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Close to five million people visit the Grand Canyon each year. They arrive by car, train and bus, and plenty of them come to stay for longer than an afternoon. The Park has many wonderful campgrounds, but read up on reservations, restrictions and costs.
I won comment on your view and sarcasm levied against KMOJ and McKenzie. Just know they are more credible than you on this topic because they are in the trenches in hood trying to make a better way for kids at their expense. A viable solution is for the University to acknowledge the perception exists.
It’s price gouging at its worst. But here’s Irsay trying to defend it, and doing so for reasons I can’t even begin to fathom. The Major League Baseball Team That Made Fans And an Entire City Feel Like Suckers). Former head of the Design program at Cranbrook Academy, Kathryn McCoy said ‘Design is not a neutral, value free process; however, we have trained a profession that feels political or social concerns are either extraneous to our work or inappropriate.’ (McCoy, 1994 p.111) McCoy alludes to a sort of tacit knowledge (and knowledge production) that became codified within the Western academy after World War II in which formal design production typically results in concrete statements couched in positive terms, which celebrate consumerism, consumer products and the munificent culture that produced them. Theorist Guy Debord characterized the psycho philosophical underpinnings of this mediated environment in the following terms, ‘Everything that appears is good; whatever is good will appear.’ (Debord, 1967 p.15) In this regard design (graphic, product, apparel) acts as the process by which this self congratulatory monologue is made flesh, expressed physically in the form of what seem to be ideologically inert objects. As design educators, practitioners and scholars in a historically incurious profession one might be forgiven for asking is this all there is? Is client based practice the only prescribed outcome for our intellectual and creative endeavors and those of our students? In addition to critical thinking and , is there room for in design research, and practice?.