Wendy MacNaughton, Amos Kennedy, and Adobe Stock Artists Talk Diversity - MB170

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ABOUT THE SESSION

Tune in and join some of the world’s most-known — and deeply inspired — graphic designers. Hear from:

  • Wendy MacNaughton, illustrator and graphic journalist. Trained as an artist and social worker, her work centers on “deep looking” — the idea that through direct observational drawing we’re able to overcome bias and connect with one another and the world around us.
  • Artists Wiji Lacsamana, Hideo Tsuto, and Lynne Hardy from the Adobe Stock Advocates Program. Learn how they paved their creative paths, what inspiration looks like to them, how heritage shapes their art. Hosted by Sarah Casillas, Head of Content for Adobe Stock.

  • Amos Kennedy. He talks about the art of letterpress printing, and using this medium in an original way to showcase Black culture and address racial injustices. His work, housed in MOMA, The Getty, The Met, and The Library of Congress, is driven by his desire to reflect the world he wishes and hopes to live in.

Technical Level: General Audience

Session Type: Mainstage Broadcast

Category: Thought Leadership

Audience: Educator, Graphic Designer, Print Designer, Social Media Content Creator, Marketer

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