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Arts & Culture
The Spot 8.7.14 Beast-Riding + Wayfinding
Radio Ambulante Unscripted: "Riding The Beast" Host Daniel Alarcón talks to investigative journalist Oscar Martinez about his experience riding the "The Beast," the infamous train that takes migrants through Mexico on their way to the United States.
99% Invisible: "Walk This Way" As humans have developed cities and built environments, we have also needed to develop ways to find our way through them. Today, signage and other cues to help you find your way come from the field of environmental graphic design, or “wayfinding.” Chances are that any signs in an airport, in a hospital, or on a freeway, were created by professional wayfinders.
Thursday at 5:30pm.