Gabriel Soomar, MArch II/MDes Student
“Critical Mas” is an exhibition that celebrates spatial-cultural tropes of the Caribbean imaginary and is part of an ongoing body of research that uses Trinidad’s Carnival to investigate diasporic legacies.
Yazmín M. Crespo Claudio, Ph.D. Candidate
Natalia Dopazo and Haewon Ma, Loeb Fellows ’23
“IN/IN” is an event created by students in partnership with the Loeb Library that explored the intersections among feminism, gender, race, and design. More than 120 titles have been highlighted to bring attention to diverse international perspectives.
Ana Maria Duran Calisto, UPD Faculty
Amazonian creatives were virtually invited to participate in a symbiosis of workshops and cultural/creative exchanges in a classroom setting.
Andrew Witt, Arch Faculty
This project is an independent land survey aimed to create a visual and descriptive dataset of the maps used in land cession treaties between the U.S. government and Native American tribes between 1777 and 1870 to contribute to open data sets.
Jessica Shakesprere, UPD Student
This initiative consisted of two workshops conducted by faculty from UCLA’s student-led “Planning Abolitionist Futures.” The Planning Abolitionist Futures team is working in partnership with Design as Protest (DAP) to examine planning’s role in perpetuating carceral logic.