CLIENT : MADE PR/EVENT COORDINATION   MADE AT  DESIGN WEEK PORTLAND    Join MADE’s Bo Hagood and a multidisciplinary panel of local designers and craftspeople for a Design Week Portland (DWP) conversation on the intersection of design, craft, and business. Then, return for a closer look at MADE’s showroom and production studio at DWP’s SE Open House crawl. MADE will be on hand for questions or walkthroughs and refreshments will be at the ready to keep you rolling on your DWP crawl.    PANEL :  Design and Craft: The Merging of Concept and Execution Tuesday, April 19, 6:30 – 7:45 PM    OPEN HOUSE  : MADE Open House (DWP SE) Wednesday April 20, 4:00 – 7:00 PM   CRAFT AND DESIGN: THE MERGING OF CONCEPT AND EXECUTION  This panel invites you to an interactive DWP discussion on the intersection of design, craft, and business. Moderated by John Hoke, the panel will explore the early stages of the creative process as well as design refinement, blending modern design with traditional craft techniques, honing production strategies, and more with some of Portland's sharpest makers and design minds.   PANELISTS : Bo Hagood,  MADE Studio  Mark Hellweg,  Clive Coffee and Ratio  Ken Tomita,  Grovemade  Meghan Wright,  Mazama Wares  Moderator: John Hoke, VP Global Design, Nike   MADE , 2940-b SE Belmont St., Portland, OR 97214  www.made-studio.com  |  designweekportland.com    @madepdx #madeatdwpdx #dwpdx    __________________________________ Photo: MADE showroom
       
     
  ED. 1,    Moves When Folded   PUBLICATION DESIGN: Broadsheet newspaper, 1 color, 8 pg.  RELEASE DATE: SEPT. 07, 2011  " FRONT  has the zeal of a zine but with a professional design quality to beat. Their mission?: “Bringing a larger dance conversation to Portland and bringing Portland into a larger dance conversation.” The forthcoming issue includes contributions from Ukrainian dance troupe Performativity, LA dancer  Meg Wolfe ,  Jay Sanders  (co-curator of the 2012 Whitney Biennial)".                                                                     - JENNA LECHNER,  Portland Mercury     __________________________________   FRONT  graphic design: Noelle Stiles (Ed. 1-4)
       
     
  CLIENT : LUCY LEE YIM,   LIGHT NOISE   GRAPHIC DESIGN: Suite of performance ephemera (print/digital)  
       
     
       
     
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