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I’m Maggie, a graphic designer and muralist working out of Southeastern Minnesota. Through my bright, graphic, illustrative style, my design and mural work is a modern take on public art that will continue to move the region’s landscape forward. Since studying studio art at Macalester College (St. Paul, Minn.) I have partnered with small businesses, festivals, city programs, and nonprofits to bring brands to life. I love working with my community through my studio Treedome to make some magic.
You can find me eating out and enjoying a show most weekends, or teaching figure skating — like a true Minnesotan. I am currently open for consulting and creative projects.
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Ramsey County (City of St. Paul) - Ramsey Recycles Campaign
City of La Crescent, WI
Rochester Downtown Alliance
Winona Area Chamber of Commerce
City of Winona + WinonArts
La Crosse County
Go West Des Moines
Main Street America
Gunderson Health System
State Bank Financial
Bleu Duck Kitchen
Island City Brewing Co.
Citizens First Bank
Rochester Community and Technical College
Rethos: Places Reimagined
Mid West Music Festival
ROCKchester Music Festival
Great River Shakespeare Festival
Big Turn Music Festival
Rochester Thaw Music Festival
The Rochester Posse
Boats & Bluegrass Festival
Shut Down Third Street
Karate Chop, Silence
Winona Fine Arts Commission Grant Recipient, 2020
Minnesota State Arts Board — Creative Support for Individuals Recipient, 2020
Two-time CAREs Mural Grant Recipient — Rneighbors, 2020
Team USA | Synchronized Skating World Championship Competitor — 2017, US Figure Skating
Best of Southern Minnesota Scene Nominee — 2019, Best Artist, Best Storefront (Treedome), Best Arts Organizations (Treedome)
Artcrank Artist — 2019, Minneapolis, MN
“Impala” Artwalk Outdoors piece — The Cove Alleyway, Rochester, MN
Main Street Program Funding Recipient — 2018, 2019, Treedome; Funded by Springboard for the Arts + the Bush Foundation
“Cut Voices” Aurora Picture Show Short Film — 2014, Rochester Art Center; Funded by SEMAC + the McKnight Foundation
TEDx Macalester College Speaker — 2017, St. Paul, MN