It’s So Hot
Written by
Kate Lawless
July 2, 2013

Is it hot enough for ya yet? How’s your summer so far? We hope you’re splish-splashing at the pool, the beach, the lake, or at least somewhere with some sweet, sweet AC.

The summer’s heating up and your AIGA Baltimore board members have broken into a sweat preparing for some exciting events for this fall. So, we’ve decided to cool down this month and take a little vacation. I mean, we all need to take a break sometimes, right? Well, while we’re not hosting any events, we’ll still be around. If you need to get ahold of us, you can send us an email and we’ll still continue to share cool links on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Keep in touch, okay? We’ll see you in August!


The wait is almost over...Baltimore Design Week 2015 is coming October 16–October 24, and registration is open NOW! Get ready for a week of awe-inspiring events for designers and design enthusiasts alike.

September 23, 2015
To gear up for Commercial Type's Design Week talk, we have a challenge...what does your favorite type character say to you? Use photos, illustrations, or whatever strikes your fancy, and share your favorite glyph's selfie — or glyphie — for a chance to win a ticket to the Commercial Type event. Read on for details!
September 22, 2015
The 2015-2016 AIGA Baltimore Board is made up of nine volunteers dedicated to advancing the industry of design and creativity in Baltimore. Meet your Board Members!
June 4, 2015

Over the next four years, AIGA will allocate $1 million toward new and exciting projects through AIGA chapters across the country. If you’ve always wished AIGA Baltimore could participate or that your local design community was more involved, AIGA Innovate is the way to get those great ideas off the ground.

During this relaxed happy hour brainstorming session, we want to hear your ideas and learn more about want you want to see from AIGA Baltimore. Come and make your ideas known!

Baltimore · Tuesday, December 8, 2015
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