Sask Polytech adds to Indigenous visual identity through three designs

August 30, 2021
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is working with Dakota artist Chantel Yuzicappi to add to its Indigenous visual identity. Yuzicappi has created three designs for Sask Polytech, which will be used to celebrate and share Indigenous culture. “The concept for each piece is developed with the idea of learning and fulfilling a dream of one’s chosen career path,” explained Yuzicappi. “They represent success and hope for future generations.” The designs include a brown buffalo, which represents success and the beauty and educational services of Sask Polytech; a geometric star, which signifies the path of hope and depicts teaching and learning between instructors and students; and a Dakota floral design, signifying the growth and evolution of Sask Polytech students. Sask Polytech (SK)