Join the Antiracist Classroom for the launch party of their new zine, Alter, at the Fogg Library, Hillside Campus from 12:00 - 2:00pm on Tuesday, November 20. The first issue's theme is Creator's Manifesto—a declaration of the amalgamation of identities and beliefs that students of color have at ArtCenter. As the participants in the Antiracist Classroom embark on their journey of critique and expression through future issues of Alter, this first issue articulates who they are and what shapes them. The zine features contributions from Maribel Barcena, Maxwell Chen, Brett Child, Yunying Huang, Reina Imagawa, Johnny Pérez, Daniel Sevillano, Siladitayaa Sharma, and Guerx Tamayo and was edited by Nidhi Singh Rathore and produced by Adit Dhanushkodi + Julia Echevarria. Help celebrate the launch with refreshments along with the opportunity to buy a copy of Alter. Don't forget to browse ArtCenter's zine collection while you are here.
Alter is a collaborative, in-house printed zine inspired by everyday life at ArtCenter College of Design. It is a space for creatives at ArtCenter to capture their perspectives on issues of equity, representation, and diversity through art, text, and other projects.
About the Antiracist Classroom
Creating space for students, staff and faculty to counteract racism and white supremacy in the classroom and design practices more broadly.
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