Planet Indy: Zero-Waste is Sexy

Join sustainable fashion designer and author Timo Rissanen of Parsons School of Design, and Indianapolis’ own People for Urban Progress director Michael Bricker for a high-stakes conversation about designs that waste nothing. From apparel patterns that leave nothing on the cutting room floor or in the landfill, to repurposing colorful stadium seats to punctuate a cityscape, consider Indy’s place at the crossroads of design decisions as smart as they are sustainable. Moderated by Petra Slinkard, IMA Curatorial Associate, Textile and Fashion Arts.

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Presented by the IMA Fashion Arts Society.

This program is part of the IndyTalks series. For the third year, this citywide collaboration continues its grassroots mission to foster a sense of community through respectful and creative civic dialogue. The 2012 IndyTalks series explores the theme “Indy at the Crossroads.”

This program is eligible for PGP (Professional Growth Plan) points. Attend the event and afterward, email to request a PGP points certificate.

Planet Indy: Zero-Waste is Sexy Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN