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Sunday, June 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Graphic Designers, Printers and Programmers Resist

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What does it look like for graphic designers, printers, and programmers to resist in the current political climate? We know that resistance at the local level is critical, and that effective visual language can help communicate information. In this session we will share our experience as part of a loose network in Detroit called What Is To Be Done?. As a group we will discuss methods for working, outline best practices, and extend our networks.

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Danielle Aubert

What Is To Be Done?
Danielle Aubert is a graphic designer interested in the intersection of graphic design, labor, materials, and software. She is currently researching the output of Fredy Perlman and the Detroit Printing Co-op (1969-1980). Since January she has been working with What Is To Be Done... Read More →
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Paul Goodrich

What Is To Be Done?
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Bianca Ibarlucea

What Is To Be Done?
What Is To Be Done? is a loose coalition of graphic designers, printers and allies united against fascism. WITBD emerged out of a gathering of designers and printers who came together following the general election seeking ways to think through the present moment. Following that... Read More →
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Kikko Paradela

What Is To Be Done?
Kikko is an independent designer based in Detroit. He teaches Interaction Design in the Graphic Design department at the College for Creative Studies. He is also a member of OmniCorpDetroit.


Sunday June 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
State Hall: Room 113

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