Visual images help us communicate complex ideas, reach new and different audiences, reinforce our key messages and inspire people to join social change movements. Join us for a hands-on workshop that will explore design theory as well as different processes for envisioning and creating elements that will bring attention to your cause or event. Together we will practice making either a poster or a flyer. We'll also discuss ways to ensure our designs are following best practices around accessibility. Participants will be provided with resources for sourcing free and open source images. Please bring your creative ideas and a laptop if you have one.
Date: Thursday, Oct 20, 2p.m. - 5p.m.
Location: York University Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies (HNES) Room 140
Accessibility: Workshop will be held in an accessible space. Subway tokens will be available by request.
Ryan Hayes is a Toronto-based artist and activist who works with grassroots social movements. He is a member of the Radical Design School and renter at Punchclock Printing, a shared screenprinting space founded by movement activists. Ryan developed his craft as a graphic designer and printmaker while organizing with No One Is Illegal - Toronto, working alongside community-based artists who generously shared their skills.
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Tools for Change
Tools for Change is a project of OPIRG Toronto, Earthroots, Greenpeace Canada, OPIRG York, the Community Action Centre of the Student Association at George Brown College and No One Is Illegal (NOII). We help you develop skills to champion social, economic, and environmental justice. We host over 20 workshops a year. Workshop are offered on a sliding scale of $20, $30 and $50 and scholarships are available.
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