During this creative brainstorming session, participants will be welcomed to see The Griot in ways like never before and generate ideas and vision of how its galleries, programs, and services can be enhanced to engage more boldly amongst local audiences.
Loeb Fellow, De Nichols, will moderate “The Sanctity of Black Bodies: Creating Spaces for Wellness & Joy,” a session at Harvard’s 2019 Black in Design conference.
During the 2019 Association for Community Design Convening in Greenwood, MS, De Nichols will join design practitioners from across the nation to “explicitly look at equity through the lens of race, and how race impacts poverty and creates under-resourced communities.”
During her final university talk of the 2018-19 year, De Nichols speaks to design and art students of Webster University about the power, tensions, and possibilities of transition. Using her own career transitions as foundations, her talks regarded the process of pivoting into the field of social impact design and how she is currently anticipating one of her biggest career transitions yet.
Join De Nichols in New York City as she engages a video shoot to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Sappi Ideas that Matter award program.
Join De as a featured artist of Counterpublic, a major new triennial exhibition by The Luminary set to animate the everyday spaces of Cherokee Street with expansive artist commissions, performances, processions, and public programs from April 13th to July 13th, 2019.
De Nichols joins the Just City Assembly at Harvard Graduate School of Design to co-facilitate a conversation, Justice for Who?, alongside Quilian Riano of DSGN AGCY.
How is design embracing this social vision and championing positive cultural change? De Nichols, social impact principal at Civic Creatives, will moderate the discussion. Join designer-advocates Liz Rose Chmela, founder of Made by We; Katherine Darnstadt, founder and principal of Latent Design; and Julia Zeltser, creative director and principal of Hyperakt as they speak to design’s role in reshaping society.
Young Collectors Contemporary is a unique contemporary art fair and educational platform featuring the works of emerging artists and emerging curator that challenges both artist and audience members in content and form, and creates specific platforms for professional and artistic growth. We aim to present the works of artists and curators to new and existing art collectors, as well as, offer programming focused on multi-disciplinary conversations, art collecting education, and artistic professional and entrepreneurial development.