Hanna Kim
is an artist and a designer.

I draw, design, and make—to understand deeper meaning, translate uncomfortable dialogues into friendly visual communications, and envision radical justice. I hold a Master in Design Studies (MDes) from Harvard Graduate School of Design with a concentration in Art, Design, and the Public Domain (‘19) and Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) from Maryland Institute College of Art (’13). My research focuses on the intersection of design and policy.


Currently I am a non-resident fellow at the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research and summer fellow at IDEO CoLab.

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