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25 Days of AIGA

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December 9, 2013

In honor of the holiday season and AIGA Baltimore’s 25th anniversary, we’ve put together 25 Days of AIGA: a list of 25 awesome things about AIGA Baltimore and the magical holiday season.

December 1: Get up close and personal with the best of the best! Couldn’t attend Design Week 2013? Check out what we learned from Khoi Vinh, Matteo Bologna, and other amazing designers: http://ow.ly/rjWVB

December 2: Did you miss the members-only BPS workshop? Say HI to Kim and Kyle this month at their Pop-Up Shop, Holiday Card workshop, and 2 craft fairs! http://baltimoreprintstudios.com/workshops/

December 3: Say HI to Design Week 2012 lecturers, Post Typography! They’re having an epic poster sale on 12/7 at their studio http://ow.ly/rjZr9

December 4: Did you know your AIGA membership is good around the world?! If you find yourself traveling, check out the local chapter’s events and tell ‘em B’More says “Hi!”

December 5: Be in the know about all local art events. CBS Baltimore selected us as one of the top 5 to follow in the arts: http://ow.ly/rjZCZ

December 6: Wallet feeling the holiday pinch? Save with AIGA membership discounts on things like Adobe, Shutterstock, Apple, and Lynda.com.

December 7: Exclusive AIGA benefits are now more accessible than ever! Give your favorite designer a membership gift for $50:http://www.aiga.org/join/

December 8: You can look to AIGA for standard practices and legal requirements. Supporter-level members and above get a complimentary print copy of the AIGA ethics guide!http://ow.ly/rjZUg

December 9: Be counted. Join the largest community of design advocates, practitioners, enthusiasts and patrons! http://www.aiga.org/belong/

December 10: As a Baltimore chapter member, you have access to special members-only events! Check our events calendar for upcoming opportunities: http://baltimore.aiga.org/events/

December 11: Get to know us and other creative professionals! Who else is going to Baltimore Jingle Mingle tomorrow?! http://ow.ly/rjZRV

December 12: Be counted. Join the largest community of design advocates, practitioners, enthusiasts and patrons!http://www.aiga.org/belong/

December 13: Today, we’re simply enjoying time together with friends at our Board Member Holiday Potluck Dinner…YUM!

December 14: Support local designers and quality craftsmanship. We’ll be shopping at the Holiday Heap today. Come say HI!http://www.charmcitycraftmafia.com/holiday-heap-2013-2/

December 15: Designers caught in the act of giving back at MDFB:http://ow.ly/rk00E. How else can we team up to support the Baltimore community?

December 16: Do you know about Harris Creek Connected? Learn more about them and get involved in social design initiatives through AIGA!http://www.aiga.org/harris-creek-connected/

December 17: Reconnect with analog! Dr. Sketchy’s & Creative Alliance have life drawing events, & boardie Greg shares his thoughts: http://baltimore.aiga.org/for-the-love-of-analog-design/

December 18: Does your New Year’s Resolutions List include “Find a new job?” Members are in luck. We’ve got exclusive opportunities for you on AIGA Design Jobs (http://designjobs.aiga.org/)

December 19: Be found! AIGA members are invited to join our exclusive Behance network: http://www.aiga.org/aiga-member-gallery/

December 20: Get recognized with discounts on competitions! AIGA’s design competitions celebrate exemplary design and demonstrate the power of effective design. http://www.aiga.org/competitions/

December 21: Never stop learning! Whether you’re just getting started or well into your career, AIGA has authoritative advice, articles, compensation data, publications and more: http://www.aiga.org/Resources/

December 22: How do national design trends translate to the Baltimore community? Come find out at our monthly BLEND! and Converse events!

December 23: Let AIGA help keep you healthy in 2014 with health insurance discounts: http://www.aiga.org/health-insurance-discounts/

December 24: AIGA is turning 100 in 2014, so look for amazing celebratory things in multiples of 10! Cheers to the future of AIGA!

December 25: AIGA Baltimore doesn’t plan on slowing down our 25th Anniversary celebrations, either! Just wait ’til you see what we have in store…!

Impact Hub is a coworking space on a mission: to bring together a community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals to take collaborative action and drive positive change. With our missions aligned, it’s only natural that AIGA Baltimore has partnered with Impact Hub. Read more about our partnership and a 10% discount on an Impact Hub membership.
March 7, 2016
AIGA Baltimore is calling all designers looking to make in impact in our community! The nation and the world have been focused on Baltimore as we have confronted some of the major issues of our time. In the coming months, we will be working in partnership with the Druid Heights Community Development Corporation and Neighborhood Design Center to develop the community branding for Druid Heights CDC. But we need YOU to do it! AIGA Baltimore is looking for designers, creative and art directors, interactive and UX designers for this initiative. Apply by March 25th to get involved.
March 5, 2016
Alyson Beaton is a successful designer and entrepreneur. For more than a decade, she’s designed and launched several of her own product lines, including Lille Huset, Grow Books Press, and Marketote. For Design Week 2015, Alyson joined us to talk about her experiences as an entrepreneur and designer, and the processes of defining both success and failure.
February 16, 2016
Unfortunately, due to low registration, this event has been cancelled. We hope you will join us for some of our other upcoming events. “There is no better designer than nature.” — Alexander McQueen The theme for Earth Day 2016 is “Trees for the Earth” and we will be taking this call to action to the streets of Baltimore. Join AIGA and Park & People as we celebrate Earth Day and enjoy the spring weather by planting trees, pruning, mulching and neighborhood clean-up!
Baltimore · Saturday, April 30, 2016
Designers often talk about the ability of design and design thinking to spark positive change, but it’s just as important to understand how design has been used as a tool to negatively impact culture and community. The Art of Oppression is a new Blend series dedicated to reminding us to view design with a critical eye into the perspective and agenda behind it.
Baltimore · Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Chris DallaVilla is a man on a mission to share the power of data-driven creative solutions with the world. He believes that “with the right data, you can control your destiny” because when data is combined with creativity, technology, and strategic thinking, it drives significant business results. On Thursday, May 19, join AIGA Baltimore at Betamore for an intensive lecture and workshop with award winning designer, developer, and data scientist Chris DallaVilla.
Baltimore · Thursday, May 19, 2016
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