Latino Design Histories | Argentine Art and Design From the 1960’s

Join the Society of Design Arts (SoDA) and AIGA Baltimore for this online talk by Wustavo Quiroga, a designer, cultural manager, institutional advisor, and researcher from Argentina. He is the president of IDA Foundation (2013) in Buenos Aires. Quiroga will share his experience as the editor of the publication “Material Ideas. Argentine Art and Design in the 1960s.”

AIGA Baltimore and SoDA member Raquel Castedo will host this event, part of the virtual series created to promote the rich and plural histories of Latin American production in design.

Thank you to AIGA Unidos, Stevenson University, and the Vancouver Latin American Cultural Centre for partnering with us on this event.


* The speaker will present in Spanish. Interpretation in English will be available.
1) The event will be online using Zoom. Click here to register for free.
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Wustavo Quiroga co-founded and directed the Foundation of the Interior and the Museum Under Construction (2005-2017) in Mendoza, and IDA Foundation (2013) in Buenos Aires. He has implemented measures to systematize patrimonial assets by creating archives, processing data, improving material conditions, and validating cultural capital. He has participated in curatorial and publishing projects, conferences, academic meetings, and biennials in Argentina and abroad. Quiroga has received awards for his research and professional career.

Fun fact: The typefaces we used for the event’s visual identity were created by Latin American Type Designers. Inge was designed by Fernanda Cozzi from 🇦🇷 Argentina and Anguita Sans was designed by Sofia Mohr from 🇧🇷 Brazil.

When & Where
Thu, Jul 29, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM