Creatives in Color Series

Creatives in Color Series

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$10 – $20

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The Speak Easy

5255 Winthrop Avenue

#110

Indianapolis, IN 46220

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Creatives in Color is a speaker series that spotlights and celebrates people of color in the Indy creative community.

About this event

We want to give diverse creative professionals in higher and more visible positions a platform to share their experiences – in hopes of motivating and inspiring other BIPOC creatives in our community.

Each speaker will present their personal experience navigating their career path as a Creative in Color. They will share any adversity they may have faced and how they overcame it. We want the audience to be inspired but also informed. This series is where creativity will meet inclusivity and invoke change for the better.

These events will be at the Broad Ripple Speak Easy from 6–8 pm. Limited tickets are available for each event.

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Event Series Line Up

July 13, 2022: Byron Elliott – illustrator and Senior Art Director at CVR

August 17, 2022: Terri Wada – CEO and Co-Founder of Collabo Creative

September 14, 2022: Sharmin Kent – Manager, Content Strategy Lead at Studio Science

October 5, 2022: Eduardo S. Luna – Staff Artist at Big Car and founder of Arte Mexicano en Indiana

November 30, 2022: Ashley C. Ford – writer and author of NYT’s Bestselling memoir, Somebody’s Daughter

Learn more about our speakers >

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Why Creatives in Color?

From our perspective, the Indy creative community lacks BIPOC representation. However, we know diverse creatives are out there, and we want to provide a safe space for all creatives to gather and share their experiences (similar or different). By curating a space where people can come together and spark healthy dialogue, we hope to make the Indy community more diverse and inclusive.

We hope that having underrepresented creatives speak about their career experiences will allow other BIPOC creatives to feel supported and more connected with our community. We worry that people of color might think they don’t have the opportunity to succeed in our creative industry. By spotlighting designers of color who are successful and pushing norms in our community, we hope young BIPOC designers will feel they have a place in our community and a support system here.

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