Due to inclement weather this event has been cancelled.
Back in October 2015 we discussed the ways diversity (or lack there of) influences design students, practitioners, managers, thinkers, enthusiasts, clients, consumers, and policy makers. Join us for a follow-up conversation and workshop with AIGA 50 judge, Antoinette Carroll, as she continues the dialogue. Hear about her personal and professional experiences, and gain insight along with resources to further enhance the role you play to make DC more inclusive and diverse. Follow the conversation using hashtag #AIGATogether More details to follow!
This event has been cancelled due to inclement weather. It will be rescheduled for mid-February. Check back for details.
About Antionette Carroll:
Chair of the AIGA Diversity & Inclusion Task Force, as well as President of AIGA St. Louis, Antionette is the founder and executive director of Creative Reaction Lab [http://www.creativereactionlab.com], a social impact design collaborative whose mission is to challenge global issues through creative problem solving.
About the AIGA Diversity and Inclusion initiative:
The AIGA diversity and inclusion initiative encouraged diversity in design education, discourse, and practice to strengthen and expand the relevance of design in all areas of society. Goals for this group include:
Celebrating a diverse array of influential designers, including historical figures and contemporary role models.
Cultivating greater opportunity, awareness of diversity issues, and inclusive design cultures.
Connecting with students, emerging designers, and like-minded groups to support a broader range of future practitioners and leaders.
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