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Native American Creatives: Sadie Red Wing (September 2022)


Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 5:30 pm in the BTSU Multipurpose Room

About Sadie Red Wing

Sadie Red Wing

Sadie Red Wing is a Lakota graphic designer, educator, and advocate from the Spirit Lake Nation of Fort Totten, North Dakota. Currently, Red Wing serves as an Assistant Professor at OCAD University (Toronto, ONT).

 Sadie Red Wing's Website

Respectful Design Initiatives

"Sadie Red Wing Part 2," InEx: a show about inclusive design, podcast.

"Respectful Design: Decolonization as an Urgent Imperative," AIGA Design Conference, October 18, 2016.

"Cultural appropriation: can designers ever responsibly “borrow” from other cultures?" by Molly Long, Design Week, March 13, 2020.

"Native Designer List," Neebin Studios.

"Native North American Type & Type Designers," Typographica Library.

Sadie's Recommended Sites

"The Art of Marlena Myles," Marlena Myles Website.

"Winnipeg Web Design, Graphic Design, and Marketing," Vincent Design Inc.

"'Historical Wisdom' Podcast," GOGM Project. 

"Learn how to design using nature's systems as a guide to renourish our planet," Renourish. 

"Dedicated to Building Indigenous Power," NDN Collective.

"Native Land," Native Land Digital. 

"Landback," NDN Collective.

"Become a Rebuilder," Native Governance Center.