RAW EXPO Returns to Milstein Hall with GLITCH

Raw Expo 2016
The Milstein Hall dome was packed with attendees and exhibitors. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Raw Expo 2016
Thread, Cornell's fashion and lifestyle magazine, participated in GLITCH. William Staffeld / AAP
Medium at Raw Expo
Medium Design Collective, the organizing group of RAW EXPO, shares the first volume of their publication, Medium Design Review, with attendees. William Staffeld / AAP
Cornell Mars rover
Cornell's Mars Rover made an appearance at GLITCH. William Staffeld / AAP
CU AUV at RAW EXPO
The Cornell University's Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (CUAUV) team demonstrates their technology. photo / Omar Abdul-Rahim '19
Cornell Rocketry Team at RAW EXPO
The Cornell Rocketry Team with one of their rockets. photo / Omar Abdul-Rahim '19
CU Air at RAW EXPO
CUAir, Cornell University Unmanned Air Systems, is an interdisciplinary project team working to design, build, and test an autonomous unmanned aircraft. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
The Milstein Hall dome was packed with attendees and exhibitors. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18) Thread, Cornell's fashion and lifestyle magazine, participated in GLITCH. William Staffeld / AAP Medium Design Collective, the organizing group of RAW EXPO, shares the first volume of their publication, Medium Design Review, with attendees. William Staffeld / AAP Cornell's Mars Rover made an appearance at GLITCH. William Staffeld / AAP The Cornell University's Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (CUAUV) team demonstrates their technology. photo / Omar Abdul-Rahim '19 The Cornell Rocketry Team with one of their rockets. photo / Omar Abdul-Rahim '19 CUAir, Cornell University Unmanned Air Systems, is an interdisciplinary project team working to design, build, and test an autonomous unmanned aircraft. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
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May 3, 2016

The second annual RAW EXPO was held on Friday, April 29 and featured more than 50 projects and objects — planes, robots, furniture, fashion, and models — created by students in design and environmental analysis, engineering, fashion, architecture, art, and hotel administration. The expo is a night of interdisciplinary exchange, chance encounters, and conversations for future collaborations.

Participants are expected to reveal the creative process behind their work — the "RAW," intermediary, process state. This year's expo, titled "GLITCH," was hosted by Medium Design Collective, a multi-dimensional platform that initiates dialogue among disciplines at Cornell University through design.