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ALTER—ISSUE 01

Creator’s Manifesto




Our first issue of Alter is a declaration of the amalgamation of identities and beliefs students of color  have at ArtCenter. As we embark on our journey of critique and expression through future issues of Alter, we want to use this first issue to articulate  who we are and what shapes us.





Creator’s Manifesto; Issue 01
Edited by Nidhi Singh Rathore




 


















Issue 02

Work-In-Progress
Celebration of Color



For Spring 2019, we’re working on the theme of representation and  power in color, which is a complimetnary piece to our exhibit last year, REPRESENT

Stay tuned for more!
   


Issue 01 

How do you express your beliefs through your work?



In Fall 2018, Antiracist Classroom started documenting work and expression of students of colour through Alter zine. 
   
  A 10 page, 8.5x11 inches, zine filled with contributions by students of ArtCenter. Drawing attention to conflict, in our work and life, that comes from a place of duality and dichotomy. This zine documents the need and search of a manifesto, beliefs, and expression of individuals from different disciplines. 

Mail us at antiracistclassroom@gmail.com to order a hardcopy; and check out the digital zine here.  








Alter is a collaborative, in-house printed zine inspired by everyday life at ArtCenter. Led by Nidhi Singh Rathore, as Art Director, it is a space for creatives at ArtCenter College of Design, capturing creatives’ perspectives on issues of equity, representation, and diversity through art, text, and classroom projects. Alter is grounded in the same principles of countering racism in art and design education and practice.