Jennifer-Navva Milliken is Curator of Craft at Bellevue Arts Museum, where she is responsible for researching and organizing exhibitions focused on contemporary craft and design in local and international contexts. Before joining BAM, she established INTER ALIA projects, a Tel Aviv-based independent curatorial practice dedicated to serving an interdisciplinary arts agenda. She has participated on the creative teams of a number of cultural institutions and museums, including the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New York, and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and has written and spoken on contemporary art, craft, and design topics for a number of international publications and venues.
Made in Seattle Week: Design Day
This panel discussion will focus around how the practice of design changes in a divisive political climate, and how Seattle designers can be more progressive about design.