Native Voices in Design, and Why it Matters

West Michigan Design Week presents a panel discussion featuring Native American creative professionals. Each panelist works in a different creative industry, ranging from film, to graphic design, to furniture design. The topic will focus on the professional’s background and how it affects their work. Panelists will delve into what being a Native American professional in the workplace is like and why their voices matter.

Moderated by:
​​​​​​​Jason Wesaw / The Art of Condition Studio

• Anastacia Magnuson / Furniture Designer
• Two Eagles Marcus / Design Entrepreneur, Photographer, Owner of Glitter Booth, Assistant Publisher of Women’s Lifestyle Magazine
• Shane McSauby / Filmmaker
• Seth Sutton / Artist, Educator, Activist

Attendance is free.
Lunch provided.

Discussion begins at 11:45.
Please arrive at 11:30 to pick up your lunch and find a seat.

Thanks to Grand Rapids Community College for providing lunch and hosting this event.

When & Where
Thu, Mar 30, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Grand Rapids Community College Wisner-Bottrall ATC
151 Fountain Street Northeast
Lyon Room (#120)
Grand Rapids, MI 49503