Denise Shanté Brown on the value of collaborative design and the importance of trusting marginalized communities to realize the future of their wellbeing.
Category: Activism and Organizing
Community-Oriented Craft: Designer Dierdre Shea on Conceptualizing a Voter Resource App
Interdisciplinary designer Dierdre Shea on the genesis of Poll2Poll, a mutual-aid voter resource app developed in collaboration with Emergent Works.
Will Weave for Justice: Chi Nguyen Supports Local Organizing with #Textiles4MVP
Interview by: Katie Walsh This is the second in a series of En Pointe interviews PLP has conducted in partnership … More
The Personal is Political: Carla’s Quince Engages the Latinx Vote Through An Immersive Online Experience
In the first of En Pointe’s 2020 Election series, Chenoa Baker interviews the artists behind Carla’s Quince, an immersive theater experience aimed at engaging the Latinx vote.
Daniela Sandler: Grassroots Urbanism from Berlin to São Paulo
Daniela Sandler discusses the principles of bottom-up urban intervention and the expanding definitions of architectural and preservationist practices.
Designing for Hungers That Are Already There: A Discussion with Mitch McEwen
Architect Mitch McEwen shares their 2016 project “This Is What We Will Build When We Get Our Reparations,” which took place at Pittsburgh’s City of Asylum.