Keep your eyes on this space, as profiles will take any number of forms, including written articles, collaborative content, educational resources, and interviews conducted by MCD staff and Design Council members.
MCD’s Designing Change series focuses on the ability of creative individuals to inspire meaningful change for themselves and their communities. With all of the paradigm shifts and status quo disruptions of 2020, this year’s Designing Change moves away from a single-focus event and instead becomes an ongoing framework for designer, artist and changemaker profiles–allowing MCD to continue to tell the stories of people making a difference, as difference is made.
DESIGNING CHANGE EVENTS
Interview with Purin Phanichphant
Read on to dive into Purin’s artistic and accessible DADA Meditation practice, developed at the start of the pandemic, and continuing today!Learn More >>
Check out the Museum of Craft and Design’s Designing Change conversation with Girls Garage Founder and Executive Director, Emily Pilloton.Learn More >>
An Evening with Roman Mars
MCD welcomed host and creator Roman Mars to Minnesota Street Project for a live multimedia presentation examining unnoticed design that shapes our world.Learn More >>
A Conversation with David Hogg
On December 4, the Museum of Craft and Design welcomed Parkland activist, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student and author David Hogg, to San Francisco to share his personal story and vision for change in our country.Learn More >>