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March 16, 2013
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Last summer, AIGA launched a new model for membership. Instead of membership being based on your career level, you now have the choice. The new model gives you the ability to choose how much you want to contribute to be an AIGA member.

Become a part of the Baltimore design community and join the greater conversation of design.

Learn more and join today!

Together, we are OneAIGA. Have questions? Email info@baltimore.aiga.org

 

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