Katie Schwendeman
Brand & Visual Designer
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Oobleck– Senior Thesis Exhibit

In creative work, we often experience issues that don’t have to do with creativity itself. Burnout, miscommunication with our team, and self-doubt keep us disengaged and unable to tap into our creativity.

The Oobleck exhibit space explores simple practices to tackle issues having to do with security of body and mind, issues with community, and issues with confidence through three activation points.

 
 

Oobleck—Senior Thesis Exhibit

 
 

Exploring playful ways to tackle disengagement from creative work.

Design Conception / Graphic Design / Writing / Environmental Design
Collaborators: Liz Cansfield
Sponsors & Partners: Katz Box, Lowes, CCAD Student Agency

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In creative work, we often experience issues that don’t have to do with creativity itself. Burnout, miscommunication with our team, and self-doubt keep us disengaged and unable to tap into our creativity.

The Oobleck exhibit space explores simple practices to tackle issues having to do with security of body and mind, issues with community, and issues with confidence through three activation points.

 
 
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Just like Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs sets levels of expectation for human growth, these practices look to a hierarchy of creatives’ needs to grow and flourish.