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Our longtime client Heidi Latsky Dance performed On Display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City as part of Disability Pride Month.
Point Five designed the research reports Liberals, Rogues and Enablers: The International Order for the 21st Century, and Keeping Up Appearances, as part of an going series for this non-profit.
Point Five Founder and Creative Director Alissa Levin talked about digital strategy and redesigning magazine websites at the 2017 Lane Press Publishers’ Conclave.
We designed Middlebury’s “Critical Conversations,” an ongoing series of events that encourage the campus community to engage deeply with issues of inclusivity and free expression. We worked with Aleksandar Savić to create a set of original illustrations for the project.
2017 was a big year for the studio, marking 20 years! Thank you to all of our friends and clients who have helped us on this journey.
Alissa was honored to give a keynote presentation about digital design at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Editor’s Forum.
In honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, NYU / Tisch School of the Arts presents Heidi Latsky Dance’s installation On Display. Photograph by Amro Arida.
We’ve updated the Opening Act website with a responsive design. Also, the cast of Hamilton stopped by…
Our campaign for Heidi Latsky Dance’s On Display installation was live on the Times Square Jumbotron.
The Blind Spot held its first, in a series of four, salons commissions by The New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Heidi Latsky Dance celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a series of free events throughout the month of July, including performances at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Lincoln Center, The High Line, and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
On April 21st, Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon (A Raisin in the Sun) will direct a reading of FABULATION, OR THE RE-EDUCATION OF UNDINE by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. Proceeds go to supporting Opening Act’s powerful young students.
Alissa and Nathan visit the Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School in Queens to talk about graphic design.
Alissa Levin and Point Five hosted a salon lead by Russell G. Jones of The Blind Spot. We discussed race, privilege, and the role of whiteness in it all. It was an engaging afternoon of frank conversations and video interviews. The dialogue continues, and we hope you join us at the next salon.