If you’re a multidisciplinary designer with a passion for equity and justice issues don’t miss this Salon with Jenn Low. As an integrative designer, educator, and landscape architect, Jenn has been busy designing ways to make stories visible and the social histories of neighborhoods. Neighborhoods like Chinatown, DC.
Her Dear Chinatown DC project is a participatory art and mapping project that brings to life the people and history of Chinatown. Join us for a lively talk about this project and other ways design can support cultural and economic health of communities.
This AIGA DC Salon is free to ALL.
Questions? Email Rebecca Perez at email@example.com
Jenn Low is the Communications Director at the Urban Studio and Deputy Director of the 1882 Foundation where she leads a collection of place-keeping initiatives in D.C.'s Chinatown. With thirteen years of experience as a landscape architect and her recent studies as an integrative designer, Jenn works at the intersection of participatory design and public history, and her work seeks to redistribute power in our design processes to advance our work toward spatial justice.