Frames: seeing colorblind racism in architectural design

Join us for an opening reception on Monday, Feb. 3 from 6-7 p.m.

Light snacks and drinks provided.

An exploration of forms through which architecture and design practices perpetuate racism that includes a space for reflection and contribution through writing, sketching, reading, posting and dialogue. The exhibit brings attention to hegemonic ways colorblind racism persists in the work and practices of designers and architects. This small set of works and ideas will be shared in conjunction with Black History Month, Feb. 3 through Feb. 8. 

Saturday, February 8

Environmental Design Building, Environmental Design Gallery 1060 18th Street, Boulder, Colorado, 80309

Event Type

Exhibit

Interests

Arts & Culture

Audience

Students, Faculty, Alumni, General Public, Staff, Industry & Business Community

Website

https://www.dissentxdesign.com/exhibit

Group
Program in Environmental Design
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