"DESIGN OF DISSENT"
WHAT: An exhibit of design
WHERE: Non-Breaking Space, Seattle
WHEN: Feb. 2 through April 6
Originally curated by Milton Glaser and Marko Ilic, "Design of Dissent" is an exhibition of the ways design has historically been used to question, challenge, and communicate dissent wherever necessary to protect the freedoms we so value. It explores the social and political protest and critique spanning the last fifty years addressing war, racism, human rights, poverty, environmental protection, gun control, and corporate greed. More information here.