Queer/Feminist/Praxis | A Conversation with FDSC

Founded in July 2018, Feminist Designers Social Club (FDSC) is a community of graphic designers dedicated to exposing the gender discriminatory structure of the field in South Korea and establishing new systems of design practice from feminist perspectives.

For Queer/Feminist/Praxis, four FDSC members, In-ah Shin, Younghwa Kang, Ee-rang Park and Sun-ah Shin, discuss what it means to practice feminist design and cultivate communal support for each other’s praxis. The roundtable is moderated by Minkyoung Kim, assistant professor of Graphic Design at RISD.

Queer/Feminist/Praxis is an international conference that brings together scholars, artists, designers, writers, and filmmakers to explore visual arts and activism revolving around the LGBTQI+ and feminist experience in South Korea and abroad.

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Thursday, April 8 at 11:00am to 12:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

panel discussion, SEI Event


Theory + History of Art + Design, SEI - Social Equity Inclusion Initiative



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