Black Design in America: African Americans and the African Diaspora in Graphic Design will begin with 12 courses throughout the month of January, including “Designing Emancipation,” taught by Pierre Bowins (’17), and two courses by faculty member Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton, “The Great Migration: Harlem Artists Guild, and the 306 Group” and “Funk, Blaxploitation & Hip Hop Aesthetics.” Other design scholars teaching courses in the series include Audrey Bennett, Chris Dingwall, Jon Key, Saki Mafundikwa, Omari Souza, and Lauren Williams.

Registration is open for the full series or for individual courses, and each course will be recorded for later asynchronous viewing.

Read more about the series in Print Magazine.

New: Read Rick Griffith’s column about the course series in Print Magazine!

(Jacob Lawrence. Migration Series: In the North the Negro had better educational facilities. Panel 58.)