FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2018 AT 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
How are photographers and image-makers creating a career pathway that corrects mis-representation and re-shapes the way we see ourselves in fashion and the media? This event will serve to identify and address the social and systemic issues that generate short-sighted, stereotypical images of marginalized individuals in the media, and introduce a new generation of photographers and image-makers who will share their creative journey and impart wisdom when it comes to creating your own lane in the industry.
Myles Loftin, Photographer, Parsons’ BFA Photography ’20
Joshua Kissi, Creative Director and Co-founder, TONL
Kimberly Drew, Social Media Manager, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Peter Ash Lee, Photographer, Creative Director, Corduroy
Jamilla Okubo, Illustrator, Parsons’ BFA Integrated Design ’16
Kim Jenkins, part-time lecturer at Parsons School of Design, will moderate a panel discussion with change makers in fashion and media.
NEW SCHOOL STUDENTS: Register here using your New School e-mail.
Presented by the BFA Photography Program and MA Fashion Studies Program at Parsons School of Design.
This event is part of the Nth Degree Series: Creative Minds Creating Change.