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Kate Johnston

Kate Johnston
Lecturer
Teaches In
MFA Graphic Design
Education: 

MFA (Graphic Design), CalArts, B.A. (Classics) , Pitzer College

Bio/Affiliation: 

Kate Johnston is a graphic designer. Her practice melds the forces of language, identity, community building, curation, organization & making. In 2013, she founded a not-for-profit organization called the Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW), which cultivates LA’s Feminist Creative Communities & Practices, where she serves as creative director. The WCCW is simultaneously Kate’s design practice, the project management practice of her co-director, and a platform for public ideas, works and projects, serving over 16,000 feminist creatives in the Los Angeles area. Kate is also principal of her freelance design practice, Radical Rules; the editor/art director of Pants Magazine; and founding member of collage collective Confetti Confidential, among other projects.