ARCH hosted an inspiring art exhibition at the campus. Initially, students were given theoretical subjects, from which they chose the subject they were most interested in.
The exhibition was about the significance of famous Art Movements and their history. There were 4 groups, and each one had chosen an Art Movement, or an artist or technique that was studied previously. Their process is to study deeply the movement itself, the color schemes, aesthetics, techniques used, and the social and economic contexts. Then they developed 3 to 5 products based on these movements. Each group had a different object and a different story behind it.
Faculty instructors Isadora Mayumi and Lis Haddad were helping the students in designing the products for the exhibition.