What is graphic design made of?
This one-day symposium, generously supported by the School of Art and School of the Environment, will be hosted in the Yale School of Art's E.I.K. building on Saturday, March 12 from 10AM–5PM. It seeks to investigate graphic design’s material ecology, infrastructure, pedagogy and potential to address environmental crises through an installation centered by a grounded meditation alongside a series of guest presentations, all of which will feed into a diagramming workshop.

Students from the supporting schools and elsewhere at Yale are invited to join, with a maximum capacity of 50 including guest speakers and organizers.

Complete this form if you would like to attend the symposium. After entries are reviewed you will receive an email confirming your registration.

For more information, please refer to the event website https://wigdmo.org or email miguel.gaydosh@yale.edu with any further questions.
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This symposium will be documented. The below request for consent is a formality to ensure all participants understand there will be photography and recordings of activities on this day, which may be used and disseminated in the future as record of this event's occurrence and potential future promotions. For more details, see below:
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