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    • Monday, February  1, 2016, 4:43pm

Meet the 2015-2016 Public Access Design Fellows

Meet the 2015-2016 _Public Access Design_ Fellows

CUP is excited to announce the 2015-2016 Public Access Design Fellows. The incoming group of designers and artists will work with CUP over the coming year, and learn about our participatory design  methods. Several of the fellows will also get to collaborate with CUP and our advocacy partners to create visual explanations of complicated social justice issues.

The 2015-2016 Public Access Design Fellows are:

Boyeon Choi

Alayna Citrin

Erika Grijalva

David Knowles

Tatiana Lam

Joelle Riffle

Alex Tatusian

This year’s jury had many great applicants to look through. We would like to thank Ligia Guallpa of The Worker’s Justice Project, designer Rich Tu, Ian Adelman of The New York Times, and Lucas Shapiro of Mayday Space for their service. We would especially like to thank all the great designers, animators, and visual thinkers who applied! 

Learn more about Public Access Design here and meet the new group of fellows here

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