Designing for Sovereign Nations in Higher Education

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Join Lakota graphic designer and advocate Sadie Red Wing for this public talk.


Oct 19, 2021 9:00am – 10:00am

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Sadie Red Wing is a Lakota graphic designer and advocate from the Spirit Lake Nation of Fort Totten, North Dakota. Red Wing earned her BFA in New Media Arts and Interactive Design at the Institute of American Indian Arts. She received her Master of Graphic Design from North Carolina State University. Her research on cultural revitalization through design tools and strategies created a new demand for tribal competence in graphic design research. Red Wing urges Native American graphic designers to express visual sovereignty in their design work as well as encourages academia to include an Indigenous perspective in design curriculum. Currently, Red Wing serves as a Student Success Coach for American Indian College Fund (Denver, CO) where she specializes in student retention and resource building for the Native American demographic in higher education spaces.

This talk will be talking place over Zoom:

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Generously supported by the Ian Gillespie Faculty of Design and Dynamic Media.