Racial Diversity in Graphic Design: a Panel Discussion

Racial Diversity in Graphic Design: a Panel Discussion

Weapons of Mass Creation, a design, art and music festival held annually in Cleveland, Ohio, takes great pride in being a festival characterized by it’s dedication to diversity. This past year in particular, 2014, we highlighted discussions surrounded by this topic.

The video you’ll see below is a panel discussion, “Race in the Design and Creative Industries,” captured at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 5. This featured panelists Jacinda Walker, Maurice Cherry, Luis Cabrera, Donald Wooten, Antonio Garcia and Linda Ayala. Angela Townsend of the Cleveland Plain Dealer moderated our discussion.

Please enjoy this unique panel discussion on race, culture and diversity in the creative community. 

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Weapons of Mass Creation is the premier art, design, and music event in the USA. Entering its sixth year, it has generated comparisons to TED and SXSW but it’s truly one of a kind. Over three days, more than 2,000 attendees will travel to Cleveland to see a diverse array of speakers, artists, and musical acts. Creative professionals, entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, students, and fans will gather to learn, get inspired, collaborate, network, and celebrate their passion for art, design, music, and entrepreneurship.

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