Molly Sherman asks "What does it mean for a publication to be collaborative?" and releases a new risograph-printed collaborative publication, A BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR RE-IMAGINING BORDERS, as part of the 2017 Risograph Lab lecture series.
Molly Sherman is an artist, is an artist, graphic designer, and Assistant Professor in Communication Design at Texas State University. Her creative practice consists of socially-engaged projects and client-based collaborations. She has worked as a designer at Project Projects in New York and with a range of cultural clients including the Hammer Museum and Amherst College. Her work has been shown at the Centre Pompidou, Matisse Museum in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, Parthenon Museum, and Portland Art Museum.
Special guest appearance by Brandy Shigemoto, Risograph Lab Designer in Residence.
The Risograph Lab Lecture Series brings conversations about timely ideas in design and publishing to a public forum. It is supported by the Risograph Lab's Designer in Residence program and our public workshops.
Date: Thursday, October 26 / 6:30pm-8pm
Location: Carter Auditorium at St. Edward's University
Carter Auditorium is in John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center - South (JBWS), room 186.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Driving: Enter through the South Congress entrance. Take your first right, follow Moody Drive around until it dead ends. Park in the Gold surface lot. Walk east, parallel to Moody Drive, past the Main Building and Moody Hall.
Public transportation: Capital Metro's 801 Rapid line and MetroBus 1 line have stops on Congress Avenue conveniently in front of campus.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Inquiries about the event can be sent to Jimmy Luu, firstname.lastname@example.org