Join Metropolis and Autodesk's Twitterview on the Future of Making Things

Friday November 13th, 2:30–3:30 PM EST, Metropolis will host a live interview with publisher/editor in chief Susan Szenasy and Phil Bernstein, vice president of Autodesk, a leading provider of digital design, engineering, and software.

Graphic by Malaya Velasquez Saldaña

 

The 21st century has opened up the design field in unprecedented ways, as digital cloud-based computing have made design tools available to increasing numbers of people. These changes are prompting us to negotiate the role of technology as it relates to humanity and the planet.

On Friday November 13th, from 2:30–3:30 PM EST, Metropolis will host a live interview between Metropolis's publisher/editor in chief Susan Szenasy and Phil Bernstein, vice president of Autodesk, a leading provider of digital design, engineering, and software. As part of the conversation Szenasy and Bernstein will look at some fundamental design questions that have emerged in recent years.

Moreover, they will address the role of the past in informing our present and future and will explore the ways technology has changed our idea of making. The conversation, which will take place on Twitter, will be open to the public, and users will be able to participate and follow along by using the hashtag #ConnectedFuture. 

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