“Get things out of your head and into someone else’s.”

September 22nd, 2010 by Katie Koch | Filed under Interviews, Videos.

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Jason Santa Maria a few weeks ago to get his thoughts on the topic of design education. I wanted to find out about his experiences taking on his latest role as a designer / educator / mentor, including how he defines what it means to be a teacher.

Project: Interaction Interviews Jason Santa Maria from Project: Interaction on Vimeo.

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2 Responses to ““Get things out of your head and into someone else’s.””

  1. jodi says:

    Yes! Risk-taking and experimentation are what’s lost when art/design are eliminated due to budget shortfalls. Donor’s Choose is a great way to help art teachers fund their classes. And usually you get a catalog-sized envelope full of student-made artwork at the end of the year.
    Loved hearing from JSM. Good luck with Project Interaction!

  2. Carmen Dukes says:

    @Jodi
    We totally agree. We want our kids to know that it is okay to fail as that’s a critical part of finding great ideas!

    Thanks for your comment!

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