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  • NewsBoston, Portland

    Kickstarter for Design Museum Magazine launches February 11

    It’s time to take Design Museum Magazine to the next level, in print and online. We’re launching a Kickstarter campaign on February 11 to create the premier source for design impact thought leadership. You can pledge now, before the campaign begins, to ensure we have a successful Day 1.

  • NewsPortland

    Portland 2020 Annual Meeting Recap

    On January 22, 2020 we welcomed attendees to our 2nd Annual Meeting. Last year we decided to make one of our quarterly board meetings open to the public to be transparent with our community of supporters. This year we popped up at CENTRL Office Downtown with a full program highlighting what Design Museum Portland has in store for 2020.

    Distinguished Service Medal Recipients in Portland
  • NewsBoston

    Boston 2020 Annual Meeting Recap

    On January 22, 2020 we welcomed attendees to our 2nd Annual Meeting. Last year we decided to make one of our quarterly board meetings open to the public to be transparent with our community of supporters. This year we popped-up at the Red Thread Steelcase Work Life Center in Boston’s Seaport with a full program highlighting what Design Museum Boston has in store for 2020.

  • NewsBoston, Portland

    Welcome to the New Design Museum Website

    Welcome to the new Design Museum website! This project was a true labor of love and a long time coming. We unveiled our previous website five years ago, and in that time, our organization has grown and changed in wonderful ways; this website reflects that growth.

    The new Design Museum website shown on a computer monitor.
  • Vibrant CitiesIssue 004

    Architecture in Revolution

    Why Cuba? After watching the documentary Unfinished Spaces, I fell in love with the idea of visiting Cuba. The film chronicles an arts-focused campus that Fidel Castro commissioned soon after his socialist regime gained control of the island, and then the campus’ ultimate demise. The documentary artfully weaves the design and construction of the art schools with the political climate of Fidel’s regime. The film was an inspiring starting point for my research.