Need more inspired, productive results from your creative team? Does your marketing or communications department understand the value of design in global communications? Maggie speaks to groups of 12 to 1200. She delivers mind-expanding workshops with practical application, trains internal creative departments, guest lectures for schools, and speaks to groups interested in enhancing the effectiveness of their visual communication skills.

Contact Mark Coble for more information,
mark (at) macnabdesign (dot) com
 
 

Maggie really went out of her way to help Bernalillo County with a symbolism workshop tailored to one of it's largest public art projects. Her enthusiasm for the subject matter combined with her in-depth research about the role of public art in our community resulted in a dynamic, multi-discipline presentation. Maggie brings insight and intuition to your projects. —Sherri Brueggemann, Program Manager
      1% for Public Arts Bernalillo County, New Mexico
 
The lecture was excellent--we've had very good feedback from the students, especially those who thought of Graphic Design as being quite a closed subject. That was a little annoying for me because I've been telling them it's about everything for three years.  —Barrie Tullett,
                                        Glasgow School of Art, UK
 
Maggie Macnab's presentation at our Public Relations and Marketing Conference was such a success that we invited her back for a second year. Maggie's insight to symbolism, communication and how it applies to design and marketing made me stop and re-examine how we connect with our audience.  —Carol Diego, Director of Marketing,
                    Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona
 
Most valuable aspect of the entire (County) presentation. Should be required for all arts board members and participating artists. —attendee at Bernalillo County Public Art Workshop
 
...Maggie really knows what she is doing and is a very effective teacher. She gave lots of encouragement while still giving constructive criticism.  —UNM design student