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Designing for Sovereign Nations – Workshop and Public Talk with Sadie Red Wing

Designing for Sovereign Nations – Workshop and Public Talk with Sadie Red Wing

Public Talk – Designing for Sovereign Nations
Jan 8; 3:30 – 5pm EST
[Zoom and Youtube Live]
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.
Workshop – [Jan 8 ; 2 – 3 pm EST][Zoom]
Participants to the workshop can opt to receive a physical package by post (the Anti-Anxiety Delivery Service), which will include a set of instructions that will direct ways in which you can re-think physical space and engage the senses commonly detached in digital realms. During theworkshop we will be discussingtheseexperiences through the lens of indigenous material culture and visualsovereignty.
[All package contents will be sanitized and handled with gloves prior to delivery]
To RSVP please email
This event is part of theRegeneration: All Our Relationsseries organized through Sensorium: The Centre for Digital Art and Technology and is co-organized by the Department of Design.


Jan 08 2021


2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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