Designing Nationalism
is a conversation featuring Jarrett Fuller, co-founder of twenty-six design studio and Anne Quito, writer and design critic. More details to be announced.
Jarrett Fuller is a designer, writer, educator, and podcaster. He runs twenty-six, a multidisciplinary design and editorial studio; hosts Scratching the Surface, a weekly podcast about design criticism; and teaches in both undergraduate and graduate programs at Pratt Institute, The New School Parsons School of Design, and the University of the Arts. He previously worked as a designer at Facebook, Warby Parker, and The Whitney Museum of American Art. He received his BFA in graphic design from Kutztown University and his MFA in graphic design and critical studies from Maryland Institute College of Art. He lives with his wife in Brooklyn.

Anne Quito is a writer and design critic based in New York City. A staff reporter at Quartz, her coverage underscores the design angle of politics and business news. Her writing also appears on Works That Work, Metropolis, Eye on Design, 99U, Designers and Books, Core77, and Intern magazine. An experienced speaker and moderator, Anne has presented at TED Global, SxSW, AIGA, the Van Alen Institute, Adobe, the School of Visual Arts, ELISAVA, WHO/PAHO, and the CDC. She’s also been a guest commentator on BBC, NPR and Monocle Radio.
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