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Elaine Lopez - Hosted by Conversations in Contemporary Art

In collaboration with 4TH SPACE and the Department of Design and Computation Arts

Date & time

Thursday, September 24, 2020
6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Cost

This event is free

Website

4TH SPACE

Where

Online

BabsonBoulders_2019_ImagebyELaineLopez Bolita, 2018. Image by Elaine Lopez

Making Common sets conditions for communication around cultural diversity and inequality. Through my practice, I create new ways to share, honor, and celebrate the stories that have been neglected for too long due to white supremacy, patriarchy, and other forms of structural oppression. I make immersive graphic design experiences that challenge people to question and expand their worldview. This methodology models an alternative way for designers to work towards a more just society.

Bio
Elaine Lopez is a Cuban-American designer, researcher, artist, and educator whose work explores the intersection of cultural identity, equity, and diversity within the field of design. Elaine acquired her BFA from the University of Florida (2007), and her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (2019), both in Graphic Design. She currently teaches graphic design and Risograph printing at the Maryland Institute College of Art as a recipient of the AICAD Postgraduate Teaching Fellowship.

To attend: Register for our Zoom event. You can also follow the live-stream on 4TH SPACE’s Facebook page.

Have questions? Email mayarae.oppenheimer@concordia.ca


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