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An Exploration of Angel DeCora’s Design and Lettering Work

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Discover the inventive letterforms of one of the first Native American women to be credited in the publishing world.

Angel DeCora (1871–1919) was a Ho-Chunk designer, artist, illustrator, and educator whose inventive lettering opens windows to the design of North American tribes. In this lecture, Neebinnaukzhik Southall, founder of the Native Graphic Design Project, will examine DeCora’s work, with a particular look at the illustrations and lettering she created for books and other publications.

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