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What is home? Heller examines a public art initiative uniting diverse Americans around this shared theme.
Section: Inspiration -
interview, Voice, Diversity and Inclusion, graphic design, diversity
For these workshops, graphic design students from local colleges were paired with
children ages 8 to 12. Under the guidance of AIGA Philadelphia and Spells
Writing Lab, the participating children created poems and collages that showcased “their Philadelphia.”
Section: Tools and Resources -
DesignEd K12, Diversity and Inclusion, illustration, design thinking, graphic design, nonprofit, typography, mentoring, posters, diversity, education, social issues, design educators, students
Join moderator Callie Neylan and ePublishing experts Lindsay Powell of National Geographic and Colin Fleming of Adobe, for this webinar on September 21, part of “Breakthroughs: Where Inspiration and Technology Meet ,” an educational series designed by Adobe and AIGA for members exclusively.
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