National Parks Conservation Association Lecture

Tue, Jan 28, 2014
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Groove Commerce
415 S. Central Ave.
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Over the past eight years, Scott Kirkwood and Annie Riker have transformed the graphic design department of the National Parks Conservation Association from an assortment of under-utilized staff to an award-winning team. They shared their incredible story last year in front of over 600 people at the HOW Design Live Conference in San Francisco.

Now, they want to share their insight with you. Join us as we welcome Scott and Annie for a lecture and case study on Tuesday, January 28, at the new Groove Commerce studio in Fells Point. You'll learn about how they made design and branding a priority at the NPCA and how that achievement has influenced the success of the entire organization.

Inspiring for all designers, not just in-house folks, this event is a must-see. Put it on your calendar and register now!

Members: $15 advance / $25 door
Non-Members: $25 advance / $35 door

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