A designer and an artist, Luba Lukova creates images that she hopes will catalyze action and change the world.
Her thought-provoking posters address essential themes of humanity and injustice worldwide. Her messages help viewers develop empathetic understanding for social and cultural issues through indelible metaphors and an economy of line, color, and text.
Our exclusive printing sponsor and Midtown Atlanta neighbor, Creative Approach is prepping materials for our upcoming exhibition, Luba Lukova: Designing Justice! They can print just about anything, folks.
Learn how to 3D print!
We're proud to partner with Scoutmob for another great year of 3D printing at MODA! Join us for a starter-level 3D Printing class! At the helm of your 3D printing adventure is 3D Printing Wizard/Knight/Ninja Neil Miller – who started dabbling in 3D modeling before he was 16 and has pursued the craft all throughout his life, in his work in game design, sculpture, and other creative pursuits.
So whether you’re a wiz-kid on the computer, or haven’t so much as opened a spreadsheet in eons, Neil’s just the kind of charismatic ace you’d want to learn from. He’ll walk you through the basics of the browser-based 3D modeling program Tinkercad, where you’ll design a dream creation of your own. By the end of the class your creation will be ready to go to print, which is exactly what it’ll do. In just one week’s time you’ll be able to pick it up at MODA and bring it into the real world with you.
Did you know campMODA offers scholarships to kids who would be otherwise unable to attend STEAM camps? You can help a child have this experience by donating to our campMODA Scholarship Fund. Your donations are tax-deductible and will help metro-Atlanta kids improve their science, technology, engineering and math skills.
campMODA offers full day sessions and half-day sessions. Please find MODA's 2017 camp offerings below. Thanks for helping us expose future generations to different ways we can come together and design for good!
Did you know that your pet has the opportunity to sponsor a child to attend the Pet Project: Designing for Animals in Need camp this year? We have a waiting list of young aspiring UX designers interested in building animal empathy and in using the design process to change an animals life. And we have the above pets to thank for helping us send kids to campMODA!To learn more about how your lifelong furry friend can help a child attend campMODA, please click the button below.
Designing & Coding with Minecraft Rising 3rd to 7th Grade
Delve into Minecraft’s expanding horizons and learn the steps necessary to create 3D CAD models of Minecraft structures, to use command blocks that teach coding, to learn different aspects of a Minecraft server and to experiment with Redstone circuitry!
Join us on Wednesday, June 21 at 7 p.m. for a Design Conversation with MODA's exhibition curator and graphic designer, Luba Lukova! Come learn about her inspirations, her work, and what keeps her going every day.
Tickets are $15 / $10 MODA Members and AIGA ATL Members / $8 Students
More on Luba and Designing Justice:
A designer and an artist, Luba Lukova creates images that she hopes will catalyze action and change the world. Her thought-provoking posters address essential themes of humanity and injustice worldwide. Her messages help viewers develop empathetic understanding for social and cultural issues through indelible metaphors and an economy of line, color, and text.
From June 3 - September 3, 2017, her work will be on view at MODA in the exhibition Luba Lukova: Designing Justice.
Join us on Thursday, August 10 at 7 p.m. for a special Design Conversation with designer, educator, and creative director, Brian Collins, as he talks about design and innovation.
Tickets are $15 | $10 for MODA Members | $8 for Students
More on Brian Collins: Over his career, Brian Collins has won every major creative award. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Creativity, Fortune, Rolling Stone, Creative Review, Graphis, NBC News, ABC News and Fast Company, which named him one of five American Masters of Design. For ten years prior to the founding of COLLINS, Brian was Chief Creative Officer of the Brand Integration Group (BIG), the design and innovation division at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide. His clients included IBM, Motorola, The Ford Motor Company, Goldman Sachs, AT&T, Vera Wang and American Express.
Prior, he was Creative Director at FCB / San Francisco where he lead work for Levi Strauss & Co., Amazon.com, MTV, Janus Funds and the Walt Disney Company. Brian is Vice President of the Art Directors Club. He has been a professor in the Graduate Design Program of the School of Visual Arts in New York City since 2001.
Join us on Monday, October 3, at 7 p.m. for a Design Conversation with Paula Scher as she talks about her work and her inspirations.
Tickets are $25 | $20 for MODA Members | $15 for Students
More on Paula Scher: Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design for four decades. She began her career as an art director in the 1970s and has been a principal at Pentagram's New York office since 1991. Paula has taught at the School of Visual Arts for over two decades and has held teaching positions at Cooper Union, Yale, and Tyler School of Art. She is a recipient of the National Design Award, AIGA Medal, Type Directors Club Medal, and is a member of the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.