Making Policy Public: Panel Discussion on Representation in Illustration
Making Policy Public
Designer and Staff Panel Discussion on Representation in Illustration Moderated by Christine Gaspar (Executive Director, CUP)
How can illustration be used as a tool to represent diverse communities? How can designers use their work to combat bias and disrupt common stereotypes? In this public panel, designers, artists, and illustrators will discuss their experiences working with community-based organizations and CUP on "popular education materials,” or tools that use visuals and accessible text to make complex issues easy to understand. Hear about lessons learned and how these artists were able to create visual tools that were culturally sensitive and responsive to the communities they were partnering with, and what they learned along the way.
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