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.
AIGA's annual Student Conference will help you #FindYourFit within the design world. During her talk, De will share stories from her journey to find her fit as a change agent through design.
As a follow up to their 2018 media and filmmaking workshop, De Nichols will lead students of The Simple Room in an extended multimedia retreat that helps them transform their experiences as young people into visual calls to action.
As part of Black History Month, The Griot Museum of Black History will host a recognition of Black AIDS Awareness Day through a conversation with activists Erise Williams and De Nichols about their works and efforts to engage black communities about public health and social issues. Join in Saturday, February 9 (10am–4pm) for conversation, art-making, free health screenings, and more.
The Makers Program provides Black & Latino artisanal makers with the resources and guidance they need to build scalable product-based businesses. During this workshop, designer De Nichols will teach participants fundamentals of building the brand of their creative enterprises. Topics will explore design strategies, organizational systems, voice and tone, and more.