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Korean American Christian girl from Orange County grows up and finds herself working in Skid Row
Spouses Beverly Kinner [no age given] and Edward Kinner [no age given] talk about their involvement in the Columbus, GA community. While Edward describes the work he did on the Columbus Riverfront and Whitewater Project, Beverly shares her experiences volunteering...
I interviewed my maternal grandmother, Rosh Dia Mostafa. She was born in Cairo, Egypt on October 28, 1930. She came to the United States in 1968 with my mother and grandfather. She got her masters degree in fashion design at...
Jean (n/a) and Wendy (61) talk about climate change and the role of design and global citizens in navigating it.
An interview by Matt Hron, a biology graduate student from Miami a University, with Cynthia Fishman, the founder and director of the Biomimicry Design Alliance in Denver, Colorado.
Keith Christenson interviewed by Mike Alewitz on February 13, 2023. Keith explains his development as an artist, designer and his artwork that led to the show about the Teamsters strike of 1934 and involvement of Native Americans. ￼
Things That Bring Me Joy, Make Me Smile, and Create Laughter
“It was a time when I felt free.” said Heidi Miller, during the first minute of the interview. On January 6th, 2020, Ella Miller interviewed her mother, Heidi Miller, about living in the 1990s and moving to Los Angeles after...
Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.
To dare to dream big is an impossible goal for many people, but not for a young woman named Victoria Crawford. Find out the mindset behind striving to achieve a unique goal.
Andrey describes his journey from a childhood in Colombia to coming to the United States and pursuing architectural design as a student engaged in a process of discovery that will serve him building his capacity to make contributions that will...
Friends Agnetha "Jaime" Gloshay (41) and Amy Dale (58) reflect on their identities as Native women and discuss the work they have been doing in the community to uplift women and youth.
What is open source design? Eriol dives into how designers contribute to open source, resources for designers looking to contribute to open source, and how incorporating design work into open source projects benefits the contributors and community using it.
Georgia’s life as an immigrant, from when she was in grade school to her time in college to the present time, having had kids and wedded. Offers advice about working in competitive fields and how she dealt with racial discrimination...
Paul Williams, a student, talks with the interim dean of Herron School of Art and Design, Greg Hull.
Elton Louie talks about his journey in the realm of fashion, design, and more. In this episode, the Santa Ana-based creative goes in depth into what it means to create and gives advice to those looking to follow a similar...
Interactive designer Ginger Leigh talks about her love for math, coding, and creating immersive experiences, and how all of these things come together in her work. Ginger Leigh’s installations have been presented at museums and events around Orlando including Snap!...
Friends Derrick Hayes (51) and Vah Stinson (35) share a conversation about how they each came to Columbus, Georgia. They also talk about being entrepreneurs, their different businesses, and the books they have written.
Jeanette Garza, Marketing Specialist at Team Velocity provides me with some marketing/mass communications key points.