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CASE talk

Posted on by tyler galloway

my slides from "advocacy by design" delivered at the CASE [council for advancement and support of education] district VI conference, "power up" on january 14, 2013. 

advocacy by design
Tyler Galloway, Associate Professor and Chair of Graphic Design at Kansas City Art Institute
How can graphic design serve as a catalyst to help colleges and universities advance their causes? In this session, Tyler Galloway, chair of graphic design at the Kansas City Art Institute, will discuss and show the power of graphic design in bringing about individual, social, and political change.

thanks to conference organizer andrew careaga for the invitation to speak!

great climate change video

Posted on by tyler

the above video is an amazing example of visual advocacy that is designed in a culturally relevant and effective manner. it’s a great response to all of the pundits and decriers who have no authority (other than their status as “famous people”) to report accurately on issues of climate change.

the use of humor and parody is always such an effective way to “help the medicine go down, in the most delightful way”. see the longer article about the video here.

thanks to my student, jessi wilson, for the link.