Presentation: Tiffany Lin

Tiffany Lin (Art) spoke at the University of San Francisco in the fine arts program with design fundamentals students learning about social practice and socially engaged art. Tiffany lectured on her new project 23 VIEWS with an emphasis on strategies for successful collaboration and community engagement. 23 Views is a drawing series and social practice artwork that investigates the United States Census and its impact on collective understanding of race and ethnicity. The project is currently based in Las Vegas out of UNLV’s department of art in collaboration with local organizers, artists, designers, writers, and community-based institutions.

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