Dimitry Saïd Chamy is an artist and designer of interdisciplinary practice. He works from a queer, mixed-race, and Caribbean immigrant perspective. Chamy’s aesthetic is an alchemy of critical theory and emancipatory design, creating works that explore speculative futures, unusual pathways, and symbolic world-building through artifact creation and participatory storytelling.
Eligible candidates must hold a teaching or research position (full-time faculty or teaching adjuncts) at an accredited college or university who offers education in communication design or related fields.
Joell Angel-Chumbley, MFA, has extensive public and private sector experience specializing in the areas of experiential graphic design, branding, wayfinding, public art and placemaking. Her multi-disciplinary focus seeks to connect research and insights, brand strategy, and user-centric design.