The Democratic Lecture Series using Jean Luc by Atelier Carvalho-Bernau.
Creative Review writes:
“In an increasingly interactive world, graphic designer and visiting college lecturer Craig Oldham has looked to shake up the concept of the lecture. Rather than turning up to a college and delivering a given talk, he’s created an initiative which allows students to vote for the topics they’d most like to hear him discuss. Entitled “The Democratic Lecture”, Oldham’s initiative is based around a website through which students he is soon going to lecture can vote for their favourite five topics out of a list of a possible 40 – ranging from the benefits of taking a gap year, to the joys of collaboration, the importance of tea, and even one possible topic choice called Blood on the Macs: Design Through the Lyrics of Bob Dylan.
The idea is very simple: the top five voted-for topics get covered in Oldham’s lecture, meaning that the audience get a bespoke lecture based on their needs, worries, concerns and interests.”