Lilian Vo Workshop Presenter
Lilian Vo was born and raised in Seattle, WA. She is a self-taught graphic designer and an International Studies major with Anthropology and Japanese minors at Macalester College. She organized the Sticky Rice Project (thestickyriceproject.com) in the summer of 2017 and published a Vietnamese recipe storybook with the goal to bridge the Seattle Vietnamese generational gap. She is a co-founder and the creative director of Polyglot Languages, a community driven platform for endangered, underrepresented, and minority languages. Dedicated to providing opportunities and support to peers, she is also a mentor to first-generation students of color at Macalester.
The Sticky Rice Project: In-“graining” Food, Identity, and Culture
Over a cà phê đá demo, we will delve into conversations about what role food has in our process of understanding our identities of being Vietnamese and how might we use it to strengthen communities.