Designing Politics: How Visual Creatives Shape Election Campaigns

PANEL DISCUSSION Designing Politics: How Visual Creatives Shape Election Campaigns Two days before the nation’s new President is inaugurated, the Department of Art will host an engaging, timely discussion with […]

PANEL DISCUSSION

Designing Politics: How Visual Creatives Shape Election Campaigns

Two days before the nation’s new President is inaugurated, the Department of Art will host an engaging, timely discussion with four experts in the creative and political arenas on the role and impact of visual communication on election campaigns. We welcome all to join!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
1:00 pm, LVC Room 2022

PANELISTS:

Raziah Ahmed

Former President of the Senate of Trinidad and Tobago, former Minister in the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development, and Head of Delegation at the UN’s 58th Commission for the Status of Women.

Anson Kaye

Senior political campaigns partner at GMMB advertising agency. Kaye lead GMMB’s Hillary for America presidential campaign, and was a key strategist in President Obama’s re-election campaign.

Alexander McSwain

Assistant Professor of Design, Department of Art. McSwain’s creative portfolio focuses on non-profit advocacy campaigns and responsible design. He will simultaneously serve as moderator for the panel.

Sela Lewis

Creative director and designer at Inherent Design by Sela Lewis (IDSL), a space where design, identity, media, and politics intersect. Currently, Lewis works in education advocacy. She is a graduate of Howard University.

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