AIGA Atlanta is pleased to partner with AIGA Unidos to bring you Hispanic Heritage Talks 2020! Join us as we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Dominican-born songwriter, producer, and illustrator Fanesha Fabre as she discusses her journey of being a business owner who started as undocumented and is now under DACA.
This free event will take place over Zoom on October 6th, 2020 at 7:30pm EST.
AIGA Unidos, a multi-chapter collaboration, creates a space to empower and celebrate the lives, work, stories, and needs of creatives with a Latinx and Hispanic cultural heritage. Our first event series, Hispanic Heritage Talks, will feature virtual talks with Latinx and Hispanic creatives of various backgrounds and disciplines, taking place all throughout Hispanic Heritage Month!
More about Fanesha Fabre:
Fanesha began her career in music by songwriting and collaborating with artists such as Blestenation, Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids, Marc "Fafu" Pfafflin, and Chicagoan producers The Blended Babies. She briefly partnered in 2010 with Damon Dash at Brooklyn Bowl for a DD172 concert in partnership with Adidas. Fanesha has been featured on projects with artists such as Twista and has collaborated with long time friend Brooklyn-based producer Harry Fraud, lending her voice to his famous "La Musica De Harry Fraud" tag.
In her Illustrations she celebrates her experiences as a Latina living in NYC. Her illustrations capture and elevate her everyday day surroundings with vibrant colors. She has worked with companies like Mitu', Twitter, Starbucks, Whole Foods and was featured in Fierce by Mitu, Buzzfeed, Latina magazine online, Complex and Telemundo.
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