Graphic Design and Young Zimbabwe

  1. Introducing Graphic Design to students at an age when career decisions are more than just about “I want to be a doctor.” Or “I want to be a pilot.” They are more refined and students have already started to build a trajectory of what path they want to take.
  2. Introducing Graphic Design to students in a country where earning money is more important than following your ‘artistic instinct’ to pursue, not necessarily, a high paying career.
  3. Revisiting design basics and learning a new way of thinking from the next generation.

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