Judges Join the 2016 AIFF Poster Contest Selection Committee

Judges Join the 2016 AIFF Poster Contest Selection Committee

The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is pleased to announce two judges that will join this year’s Poster Contest Selection Committee. Joining the existing 5 judges, they will review poster entries, evaluating the work based on visual appeal, content and marketability and will choose the winning poster that will become the face of the 2016 Arlington International Film Festival. We welcome them to the AIFF team and are exceptionally honored to have such accomplished artists working with us. They join our esteemed Selection Committee members: Larry Blumsack, Jennifer Cheng DesAutels, Marc Gurton, Steven Jurgensmeyer and Niloufer Moochhala.

Jeannet Leendertse is the owner of jldesign and mooizeg. jldesign provides services to the publishing industry and those who look to publish independently. Jeannet has created books and covers for a wide variety of clients, among which are The ICA Boston, the Peabody Museum Press, and filmmaker Robert Gardner. Previously she was senior designer at The MIT Press. Her work was recognized by the Leipzig International Book Competition, has appeared in PRINT, and is in the AIGA archives. Jeannet is Dutch and received her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, at Academie St. Joost, The Netherlands. Recently she has turned her attention to fiber design. mooizeg products are in the gift collection of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, and can be found at the Society of Arts and Crafts. You can view her work at www.jlbookdesign.com andwww.mooizeg.com.

Ingrid de Aguiar Sanchez creates prints, drawings and installations that examine cultural and linguistic hybridism as a method of adaption and survival. In her ongoing project Fragmentos, she intervenes walls with graphic and organic imagery arranged in mosaic-like collages. Reminiscent of a building façade in her native Brazil, the work references different forms of visual expression that transpire in public space such as contemporary graffiti and colonial-era baroque design. Ingrid received her BFA from The Maryland Institute College of Art in 2006 and her MFA from Tufts University in 2011. She received The Elizabeth A. Sackler Museum Grant to pursue a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate at the Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy. Ingrid currently is a Community Arts Instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.