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During the 2015 AIGA national design conference (#AIGADesign), I participated as a presenter and panelist for “From Logos to Protests: Using Design to Start a Movement,” a session about the growing power of design activism and social impact design. During my presentation, I introduced a framework by which designers and changemakers
On Wednesday, October 21, I will join Majora Carter, Kenna, and other civic changemakers to speak during the “Future Forward” closing plenary of the 2015 Points of Light National Conference. Hosted in Houston, TX, this conference will bring together thousands of service advocates to come together to shape the future of volunteerism.
The #StickyNotetoSelf project recently reached its 100th sticky note with a big announcement to create a #StickyBOOKtoSelf.
But, that’s not the only announcement. Below are a few more updates that will be happening with this project.
New Web Url
You can now check the #StickyNotetoSelf project out at www.stickynotetoself.com.
Colored Sticky Notes
Most of the
Arts in Struggle: An Afternoon of Creativity, Community, and Dialogue on the Struggle for Racial Justice in St. Louis
Faces of the Movement Meet Up
Thursday, August 20
at Regional Arts Commission
6128 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
The Faces of the Movement project is currently exhibiting five of its photographic portraits at the Regional Arts Commission as a feature of the IMPTXDESIGN.14/15 exhibition by the Creative Reaction Lab.
On Thursday, August 20,
The Fall 2015 United Story Summit aims to bridge narratives and perspectives to create innovations that address justice issues within the United States. After a year-long engagement with stories by youth and elders from several St. Louis communities, the U/S Summit culminates to provide space and strategies for participants to respond together, fuse ideas, and produce achievable solutions to today’s pressing justice issues.
Event Description via AIGA:
Provocative speakers, nightly parties, facetime with your design heroes… and all the beignets you can eat. The AIGA Design Conference—moderated by 99% Invisible creator, Roman Mars—is the place to learn, get inspired, and celebrate design with your friends and colleagues.
Image via AIGA
Starting August 7, I will have have work and events featured in the IMPTXDESIGN.14/15 exhibition, curated by the Creative Reaction Lab. My featured projects included:
Faces of the Movement, with Charles Wade and Attilio D’Agostino
United Story: Ferguson Beyond Today, with Sophie Lipman, Mike Pagano, and Cambrie Nelson
Connected for Justice
The teams with United
For the 1 year marker since the shooting death of Michael Brown erupted into a national movement against police brutality, St. Louis Public Radio spoke to artists who activated themselves and communities to learn how the local arts scene had been influenced by the social resistance. I was selected as