Asynchronous Online Design History Course
Incomplete Latinx Stories of Diseño Grafico centers the work and histories of art and design in Latin America. From a Latinx diasporic perspective, we look at the pluralistic work that comes out of the diverse cosmologies, perspectives, and points of view from the continent—inspired in part by Gloria Anzaldua’s seminal Borderlands/ La Frontera. It is the second in a series of BIPOC Centered design history courses facilitated by Ramon Tejada and Polymode.
Through live and asynchronous lectures, readings, and discussions, the class sheds light on moments of oppression and visibility. The series revisits and rewrites the course of design history in a way that centers previously marginalized designers, cultural figures—and particularly BIPOC and QTPOC people.
Ramon Tejada, Silas Munro
Ramon Tejada, Brian Johnson, Silas Monro and Tanvi Sharma
COURSE MARKETING AND OPERATIONS:
Audrey Davies, Brian Johnson, Silas Munro, Randa Hadi, Edgar Casarin, and Tanvi Sharma
Audrey Davies, Randa Hadi, Michelle Lamb, Silas Munro, Tanvi Sharma, and Edgar Casarin
TEACHING ASSISTANT: Randa Hadi, Edgar Casarin
Shannon Doronio (Chavez)
Laura Rossi García
Juan Pablo Rahal
José R. Menéndez
Vanessa Zúñiga Tinizaray