Design for a Better Tomorrow | Bilawal Khoso | TEDxIowaStateUniversity

Bilawal Khoso, also known as BK, is MFA Graphic Design student at Iowa State University. He has an extensive 4+ years of working experience in and out of U.S. He feels strongly about Social design and aims to make an impact by delivering powerful ideas into dynamic designs that inspire to change for good. He is an outspoken
individual who has actively voiced out on sensitive issues within communities and dreams of an all-inclusive society without any discrimination due to sexual orientation, religion, race, gender or ethnicity. He has worked actively along with Design Chair to make
the experience of students on campus more inclusive of minorities and International students.
His speaker session on TEDx will be based on his thesis project called GET. Get is a project that aims to counter the racist and stereotypical narrative about communities that often find themselves at the receiving ends of negative propaganda. The aim of the project is to give voice to individuals with stories that will educate as well as inspire and influence people. The outcome will be a mixed media installation with life-size photography,QR codes and sound. Bilawal Khoso, also known as BK, is MFA Graphic Design student at
Iowa State University. He has an extensive 4+ years of working
experience in and out of U.S. He feels strongly about Social design
and aims to make an impact by delivering powerful ideas into
dynamic designs that inspire to change for good. He is an outspoken
individual who has actively voiced out on sensitive issues within
communities and dreams of an all-inclusive society without any
discrimination due to sexual orientation, religion, race, gender or
ethnicity. He has worked actively along with Design Chair to make
the experience of students on campus more inclusive of minorities
and International students.
His speaker session on TEDx will be based on his thesis project
called GET. Get is a project that aims to counter the racist and
stereotypical narrative about communities that often find
themselves at the receiving ends of negative propaganda. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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