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A Zoom Q&A with Dr. Lisa Corrigan.
INTERFORM is a non-profit organization based out of Springdale, AR which is focused on incubating the arts and fashion industry here in Arkansas.
INTERFORM works to provide access, support, and professionalization opportunities for those interested in pursuing creative production or careers in the fashion space. By creating programming directly for this creative community, we help build confidence, ability, and foster growth within the boundaries of a form of cultural production that can bring communities together.
Since our inception, we have grown our programming into the areas of sewn goods production, education, and visual arts and fashion exhibitions. Our educational topics are as diverse as racial equity to social media marketing to pattern making. We believe that our audience has complex interests and that communities with creative instincts also deserve thought-provoking programming around the issues of today. Our programming has expanded from designer education into beginners sewing courses to diverse communities, a designer residency program, small-batch manufacturing, art exhibitions, and more.
Dr. Lisa M. Corrigan is a Professor of Communication, Director of the Gender Studies Program, and Affiliate Faculty in both African & African American Studies and Latin American and Latino Studies in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. She is a feminist rhetorical scholar who researches and teaches in the areas of social movement studies, the Black Power and civil rights movement, prison studies, feminist studies, the Cold War, and the history of public address. Her first book, Prison Power: How Prison Influenced the Movement for Black Liberation (2016: University Press of Mississippi), won the 2017 Diamond Anniversary Book Award and the 2017 African American Communication and Culture Division Outstanding Book Award, both from the National Communication Association. Her newest book, Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties (2020: University Press of Mississippi) examines how the role of race is shaping public policy and how public policy shapes racial identification. She co-hosts the popular podcast, Lean Back: Critical Feminist Conversations, with Laura Weiderhaft. And she has worked in political campaigns and as a political consultant for over 25 years.