March 23-May 5, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 7PM
Design is change
Link to the view Change is Design Pages view book.
Featuring more than 45 works, the exhibition “Design is change” shows how FIU citizen designers – teaming up with non-profit organizations—have applied principles of composition, design and storytelling to create posters that make a positive social impact in our community. On view at MBUS from March 23rd through April 14, 2017. The exhibition is organized by Silvia Pease, designer and educator at FIU.
The exhibition shows FIU designers making a viewer take notice of their global message by placing a central element, using form and color; using multiple patterns; typography as form; illusions of depth; transforming images and 3-d objects, cutting and pasting; including visual narratives; provocative language to communicate the urgency of the message; humor and tension; scale manipulation; diagonals and transparencies.
Participants classes – Design II (GRA3817) and Sustainability in Design III (GRA4818)- S Pease
below are the students and non-profit organizations they chose.
Ariel Canino – Miami Metro Zoo
Alexa Castillo- Human Rights Organization
Stephanie Chock- National Voices For Equality, Education, and Enlightenment
Maria Eugenia-Defense For Children International
Kimberly Espinoza – Hands on Miami
Samantha Gonzalez-Humane Society of Greater North Miami
Lachoy George – American cancer Society
Samantha Hurtado-Planned Parenthood
Kimberly Joseph-Florida Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers
Yekaterina Lobuzova – C.O.P.S. Organization
David Marte – Environmental Association
Jennifer Molina-Human Rights Organization
Denise Pomeranc – Human Rights Organization
Alejandro Perez-Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
Carolina Radas – Amigos For Kids
Carlos Salazar-Human Rights Campaign
Carlos Spartacus-OUT Miami
Paula Valbuena – Chid’s Play Charity
Tiffany Tejera – National Coalition Against Censorship
Michael Mitchell- Human Rights Organization
Gabriel Perez – Seti Institute
FIU MFA student work: Art + Art History