Jordan and the Magic Cape

Authors

Bryan Cortes; David Cao; Irene Dinh; Mahyar Ghorbandaiy; Clare Huang; Taki Karasmanis; Jesika Kula; Alvin Leung; Sophia Nguyen; Danakin Seah; Caleigh Smith; Nancy Tran; Maria Wang; Kirby Woo; Yuki Yao; Naghmi Shireen; Stephanie Ostler; John Bondoc; Lynn Warburton

Keywords:

textile sustainability, entrepreneurship, children's literature, Interactive Arts and Technology

Synopsis

This book was conceived by a team of 15 students in Simon Fraser University’s Make Change Studio Program. Through experiential and interdisciplinary teaching styles, students were given space to reckon with the strategic and evolving challenges of textile sustainability and entrepreneurship. The outcome of this 13 week program is this book, which we created in order to support young people to engage with the challenges surrounding textile sustainability and to inspire opportunities for learning.

Students:

David Cao, Educational copywriting & research / Time management
Bryan Cortes, Art direction / Grant & funding research, & external partner outreach
Irene Dinh, Quality control / Art direction
Mahyar Ghorbandaiy, Grant & funding research, & external partner outreach / Time management
Clare Huang, Images & drawings / Art direction
Taki Karasmanis, Story building & kid-proofing / Images & drawing
Jesika Kula, Story building & kid-proofing / Images & drawing
Alvin Leung, Images & drawings / Art direction
Sophia Nguyen, Textile sourcing & publishing outreach / Quality control
Danakin Seah, Textile sourcing & publishing outreach / Quality control
Caleigh Smith, Story building & kid-proofing / Book execution
Nancy Tran, Book execution / Educational copywriting & research
Maria Wang, Art direction / Quality control
Kirby Woo, Educational copywriting & research / Time management
Yuki Yao, Art direction / Quality control

Instructors:

Naghmi Shireen
Stephanie Ostler

Course Mentors:

John Bondoc
Lynn Warburton

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Published

February 9, 2021