Another edition of ASTC On Air was streamed live on Sunday, October 18. This time, we spoke with world renowned designer Rosan Bosch. (See recording below.)
ASTC On Air is a series in which we interview fascinating individuals outside the museum field who are doing work that is relevant and interesting to informal science and museum professionals.
Rosan Bosch is well known for many projects, including her redesign of LEGO’s development department and her radical revision of schools. Bosch believes that the design of a work or learning environment affects outcomes of those using the space. Her vision for schools began from observing how children act, socialize, and learn today, and the result is far from the traditional classroom. What she has installed in Scandinavia has spread to other parts of the world, including the United States. In this edition of ASTC On Air, Bosch talked about her vision and projects, how her ideas have been received around the world, and how her ideas can translate to the design of science centers and other out of school learning environments.
Watch the recording:
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Previous editions of ASTC On Air:
ASTC On Air with… Nick Ishmael Perkins
ASTC On Air with… Dale Dougherty
ASTC On Air with… Jean-Pascal van Ypersele
ASTC On Air with… Lidia Brito
ASTC On Air with… Tim Slingsby
ASTC On Air with… Rane Johnson-Stempson