Drexel University: Drexel Unveils ‘Museum of Where We Are’ Exhibition of Design History Students’ Work

Drexel University: Drexel Unveils ‘Museum of Where We Are’ Exhibition of Design History Students’ Work. “Joseph Larnerd, PhD, assistant professor of design history in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, started his ‘The Museum of Where We Are’ online project as a way to continue facets of hands-on learning in his ‘ARTH 300: The History of Modern Design’ class after all University coursework went remote in spring 2020 due to the pandemic. He had students select an object from their current place of residence, and over the course of the term, conceptualize and research a label for that object like one would find in a museum.”

Post-WWII Memorials In the Former Yugoslavia

Spotted on Reddit: an online database of post World War II memorials in the former Yugoslavia. I think this site is the work of one guy; he’s doing an excellent job. “In a direct, physical sense, what are commonly referred to as ‘spomenik’ (the Serbo-Croatian/Slovenian word for ‘monument’, the root ‘spomin’ meaning memory) are a series of memorials built from the 1960s-1980s by Tito’s Republic of Yugoslavia, whose primary intent was to honor the events of the National Liberation War (1941-1945) (aka WWII).”