Join us for a PechaKucha night, while we discuss the practice and process of labor.
Once the heroic image of class consciousness and national character, pictured widely in the period of the Great Depression, the Soviet Revolution, and the two World Wars, the worker since has disappeared from the contemporary visual landscape.
In exploring this ideological shift from The Wolfsonian- FIU’s new Describing Labor exhibit, the museum hosts a collaborative event with AIGA Miami featuring eight presenters who will reveal details about their practice and process at work. The creative process and laboring journey is almost more important than the final product destination.
By learning from how others work, it allows us to reevaluate our methodologies to completing assignments, hone our project management skills and consider new approaches that could result in more predictable and favorable outcomes.
This event is done in collaboration with the Wolfsonian-FIU and PechaKucha. To learn more about the Pecha Kucha click here.
This event is free and open to the public.