Today’s interview episode of Getting Work To Work is the first in a four-part series promoting Design Week Portland, “a week-long, all-inclusive festival celebrating the projects and processes as told by a creative community across many disciplines.” Over the next four weeks, you’ll meet amazing creatives who are not only producing great work, but also giving back and building a community of equality. Learn more about Design Week Portland at DesignPortland.org.
Now that the stage is set, the first creative I would like to introduce you to is Precious Bugarin, a creative director, designer and educator. In our conversation, we talk about the thread that weaves through all she does and how that brings balance, what it means to use design as a language of equity, the value of mentorship, how she has been involved with Design Week Portland, and the events she is participating in this year including Better Talk, where non-profits and creatives talk about what they can learn from one another.
- Precious Bugarin
- Precious Bugarin, Portland State University – Graphic Design
- Let’s Get Busy
- Big Sis, Lil’ Sis
- Better Talk
- Design Week Portland 2019 Events
- The Native Perspective Missing from Design
- Tender Table: Stories about food, family, identity
- Redesigning the Narrative — Portland In Color
- Aubrie de Clerck
- Factory North
- Harper’s Playground
- Becoming by Michelle Obama
- The (Seven Deadly) Curiosity Killers
- Photo by Sean O. on Unsplash
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