O’More College of Design was born out of the vision of Eloise Pitts O’More, a student of design who founded her practice in Middle Tennessee and created the College that bears her name. O’More believed in creating spaces and objects that were well designed, well made, and beautiful.
O’More understood, as we do today, that design has the power to transform how we live and who we are. The College’s education is structured to transform students into designers who have that power and use it wisely.
As a conservatory College of design, O’More College of Design embraces the transformative power in all we do. Join us.
Dr. David Matthew Rosen
David Matthew Rosen, Ph.D., served as president at the University of Maine at Machias and Kendall College of Art & Design and as senior vice president at Woodbury University, a college in Los Angeles with nationally ranked programs in architecture and interior design. He was one of the founders of the Public Museum School in Grand Rapids, MI, whose curriculum is based entirely on Design Thinking and which won a $10 million Super School grant. He serves as Board Chair of DisArt, Grand Rapids, MI, and has chaired the Maine Humanities Council and Brooks Institute in Ventura, CA. Dr. Rosen writes about design and design thinking and about the future of higher education, most recently in Von der Kutsche zur Cloud – globale Bildung sucht neue Wege (Springer Press, 2016).