Visualizing Cross-cultural Narratives
For my senior design class, I focused my semester project on telling the stories of Third Culture Kids (TCKs) through The Institute of Cross-cultural Perspectives (The CCP). A large and ever expanding group, TCKs can be defined as individuals who have spent a significant part of their childhood growing up overseas. However, they are almost entirely invisible to the mainstream public and the complexities of their identities can be hard for others to understand. So, when tasked with creating a brochure for my TCK college institute, I knew that storytelling and narrative would play an important role in helping to bridge this gap.