“Impact HIV/AIDS” is an arts and culture community awareness initiative that will use exhibition, storytelling, visual art, mapping, oral history and other forms of expression to explore the ongoing relationship between HIV/AIDS and the St. Louis Region’s African-American community.
Roundtable events are exclusive to Brazen Members and customized to the needs of a smaller group of entrepreneurs.
Information coming soon.
The Social brings together thought leaders, practitioners and students of social impact for immersive ideation, learning and action in social innovation and entrepreneurship.
Join Adobe and designers across the globe for World Interaction Design Day (IxDD), a global celebration of interaction design’s ability to improve the human condition. On Tuesday, September 25, the community will come together through activities and events taking place around the globe that showcase the diverse ways interaction design impacts everyday life.
De Nichols will show the process of how she makes her Sticky Notes to Self and teach participating students to make their own. Students will reflect on a personal mantra, manifesto, or inspirational quote, and using mixed media, they will draw (or collage) their words onto a sticky note and create a colorful background upon which to photograph it.
De Nichols joins a Monday Assembly session at the Soulard School to introduce the Sticky Note to Self project to students, share its values of empathy/reflection/justice/activism, and inspire students’ interests around the upcoming year-long collaboration.
De Nichols joined author, Natalie Hopkinson, April 10 at Left Bank Books to discuss Hopkinson’s new book, A Mouth Is Always Muzzled: Six Dissidents, Five Continents, and the Art of Resistance.
During the Midwest Digital Marketing Conference in St. Louis, MO, De Nichols joined a panel of African American creators and technologists to engage the state of Black Tech in the metropolitan area.