For the event, Dekit’s creators discuss how their nascent online magazine is a platform for emerging cultural producers and a catalyst for dialogue with both a local and global reach. Similar to Franklin Street Works, Dekit is decidedly interdisciplinary, featuring the visual arts, fashion, music, and more via shared themes such as “What does it mean to be human?” and exploring the materiality of identity.
Dekit magazine founder Stephanie Harris and the magazine’s Creative Director Nina Irizarry will share their story on June 21 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. They will lead a casual conversation about small publishing and the emerging artists they have collaborated with since the magazine’s inception. Additionally, some of the magazine’s featured artists will join in at this is a free, public event!
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