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Seeing Language: Writing in Art and Design
May 5, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Érico Vinicius Nascimento and Argent Kvasnikoff
Presented in conjunction with Qena Sint’isis
“Seeing Language: Writing in Art and Design” explores the role of language in art and design, and how visual language affects everyday life and personal experience.
One of the panelists to appear will be professional graphic designer Erico Nascimento, of Vancouver, Canada, who specializes in UX/UI (User Experience and User Interface) design) He has designed digital user end projects for numerous worldwide businesses and organizations including Samsung, BBC, and the New York City government.
Érico is graphic and interactive designer who specializes in UX/UI (User Experience and User Interface) design. Currently living in Vancouver, Érico was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil where studied a variety of subjects from Marketing and Advertising to music and audio engineering. Érico lives and breathes design, but he believes that the inspiration to make his work better comes from every place and discipline and not only from other websites and designs. He has designed digital user end projects for numerous worldwide businesses and organizations including Samsung, BBC, and the New York City government.
Argent Kvasnikoff is a visual artist and designer from Ninilchik. With influences ranging from Renaissance to comic art and postmodernism, Argent’s Qena Sint’isis explores an innovative visual language for the Kachemak Bay Dena’ina dialect.
Funded in part by The CIRI Foundation, Ninilchik Traditional Council, Ninilchik Natives Association Inc., Alaska State Council on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, and City of Homer.