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Alumni In Conversation: Judah Armani
11:00 am
12:00 pm
Wednesday 29th July
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About the event:
The RCA Service Design programme has just graduated its 7th cohort of students and will be joining the 6 other cohorts of alumni currently scattered across the globe, in diverse roles and diverse organisations in the public, private and 3rd sectors - this reflects not only the diversity of our alumni network and their respective backgrounds, skills and interests but also the nature of service design as an evolving academic discipline and practice. The RCA Summer show often acts as a magnet to its alulmni, who come back to see the work of the next generation as well as reunite with old friends. This year, throughout the service design Festival of Better Ideas, we'll be live-streaming 6 mini events called 'Alumni in Conversation', where a past student will share their reflections and experiences on what it means to be a service designer and how best to prepare as our graduates transition from the academic setting into professional practice...
who is involved:
Judah Armani
Founder, InHouse Records
Judah leads co-creative teams from across the problem space in fostering projects of change. He is an interdependent outsider and has developed a methodology of change formed by the principles of relationships, conversations & networks and informed by nature. Having spent ten years creating initiatives of social change in the area of homelessness, he is currently operating within a decade of exploring the criminal justice system. InHouse Records is the latest of these initiatives, an award winning record label operating in and out of prison, providing safer communities, less victims of crime and reducing re-offending. He's an associate lecturer at the RCA, a researcher at the Design Against Crime unit at Central St Martins and a Visiting Fellow at Rhode Island School of Design.
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