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Query on Bruno Munari

September-October 2015

Professor Jeffrey Schnapp is researching the two courses that the great Italian designer Bruno Munari taught in Visual Studies during the spring term of 1967: VS 130, “Introduction to Visual Design” (36 enrolled), and VS 150, “Vision and Value: Advanced Explorations in Visual Communication” (19 enrolled). The latter course was inherited from György Kepes. Schnapp hopes to hear from anyone who took these courses and/or has memories about them, at jeffrey@metalab.harvard.edu.

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