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Arte y Diseño Latinx: Comunicación Cotidiana



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We offer our courses and classes at subsidized rates for students, educators, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) individuals.

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Comunicacion Cotidiana is a hybrid conversation that analyses the distinct ways in which people in Latin America use imagery, typography, and local materials to communicate with distinctive nuances that reflect keen awareness of audience, location, and language. In our Charla/Chat, we interact with and consider artifacts, peoples, artisans, and artists from Mexico, Dominican Republic, and beyond that help piece together a better awareness of the ideas, stories, and tools people in Latin America use to create visual languages.

This class is available to purchase individually, or at a discounted rate when the course pass is purchased.


  • Ramon Tejada

    Ramon Tejada is a LATINX (Dominican-American descent) designer and educator based in Providence, RI, and occasionally in Los Angeles, and Palm Springs, CA. He works in a hybrid design/teaching practice focusing on collaboration, ...
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  • Carlos Avila

    Carlos Avila(he/him) is an LA-based Mexican-American designer and educator focusing on typography, visual language, and user experience. Currently, Carlos splits his time as creative director of scent-based studio...
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Licenses for institutional use are available and customizable to fit your needs. Contact us at [email protected] to provide your students, employees, and designers with access to our BIPOC Design History Course.

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