Design Futures Forum Keynote Lecture: De Nichols

  • Saturday, July 18, 2020 • 4:00 pm

Keynote lecture to be livestreamed on YouTube with live closed captioning at 4p Central July 18; check for livestream link

De Nichols is a designer, social entrepreneur, and keynote lecturer addressing issues within the built environment through the production of interactive experiences, digital media, and social initiatives. She is currently a Loeb Fellow of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, as well as an alum of Washington University (BFA10, MSW14). Learn more about her recent work in this Q&A>>

The Design Futures Student Leadership Forum (DFF) is a leadership development initiative that builds capacity for future leaders to apply the power of community-engaged design to address systemic racism in the built environment. As an anti-racist and interdisciplinary learning space, DFF trains design leaders to think critically about power and privilege and redefines design as a tool for racial justice and equity with and in marginalized communities.

The 2020 Forum is presented with support from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Enterprise Community Partners.

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