Portfolio Workshop - Exhibition Design & Graphic Design
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About the Event
This session is designed for anyone trying to get their portfolio to reflect their passion, find their voice within the industry or seek advice on how to stand out.
Please share a link to your portfolio as you register.
When selected to join the workshop:
You will be contacted a week before with further details and a link to confirm your attendance.
Aki Carpenter – A Principal and the Director of Social Projects at Ralph Appelbaum Associates (RAA) and has opened over ten award-winning museums and cultural institutions worldwide. Aki's current work at RAA includes leading the exhibition design for the museum at the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, The Freedom Rides Museum in Montgomery, Alabama; and the first phase of the Civil Rights Museum in Harlem, New York.
Her most recently opened project included the creative direction for the exhibition design for the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. While her past work includes art direction for the Mandela Day installation at New York’s Grand Central Terminal.
Aki's passion and experience is dedicated to the development of national and international cultural institutions, with a focus on issues and mission-based projects. Her past and current projects seek to tell some of the most important stories of history and leadership and many address topics of social justice, activism, and community.
Aki is co-founder of BIPOC Directors Collective, an initiative by Directors of Colour for fellow and future Directors of Colour. She is also a founding member and Creative Director for Ripple Effect, a New Orleans based environmental education start-up dedicated to K-12 education about socio-ecological issues of climate change.
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