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Apr 25 2023

ARTivism: Share what you know – Drawing for Environmental Justice w/Jose Rosa

April 25, 2023

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM


Latino Cultural Center in Lecture Center B2

Art memory map on the left side, description of artist Jose Rosa on the right side

Join us for an open art studio with José Rosa, Chicago artist.

Participants will create artwork that shares their stories about how they are experiencing and responding to environmental and climate change issues affecting their lives. This program is part of the Climate and Environmental Justice Crossing Latinidades research project and attendees who identify as Latinx will have the option to participate in the research by consenting to have their artwork and stories contribute to the project's digital public archive. Research participants must be 18 years of age or older.

José Rosa is a visual artist and graphic designer centering duality. Through his upbringing between multiple cities in the U.S. and a small rural town in Puerto Rico, José has learned to appreciate the beauty in all things. Using a minimalist approach, in-depth research, and the influence of cultural familiarities, José’s preferred mediums are typography, logo design, and posters as tools to decolonize design. @jrosadesign

Supplies will be provided. There is a limited capacity for this in-person program, so please RSVP below.

When: Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Time: 1-3pm CST

Where: Latino Cultural Center in Lecture Center B2

Questions or Needs? E-mail

Teresa Cordova, PhD, Principal Investigator,

Rosa Cabrera, PhD, Co-Principal Investigator,



Rosa Cabrera

Date posted

Apr 7, 2023

Date updated

Apr 27, 2023