Checking The Pulse Of AIGA Baltimore: The Q4 Retrospect
As we shift into September, we recap and refocus. What have we done this year to create a city where design thrives? Come check the pulse of AIGA Baltimore as we move into Q4 and review the past ¾ of the year. We’ll take a look at some big ideas from our January Community Meeting that are coming to life now, and how you can help make them amazing.
If you’ve got ideas, the AIGA Baltimore Community Meeting is the perfect place to make your voice heard. We’ve continued to work this year to push design forward in our city. And much of that push has come from direct input from YOU! Our goal is to make design attainable, to prove its impact, and to unite people more deeply in Baltimore with each other.
Everyone is welcome— members, non-members, designers, non-designers, and beyond. If you have a desire to see our community grow and flourish then we urge you to join us. Whether you're new to the area, new to AIGA, ready to get involved, or just curious about what's going on in the Baltimore creative community, this monthly meeting is a great place to get started.
This September, join AIGA Baltimore at Open Works— a creative center for "makers" to thrive. Open Works provides all the necessary tools, technology, and the knowledge to use them while keeping everything accessible and affordable via membership access to workshops; friendly, expert staff; and classes for youth, adults, and families. To learn more, visit openworksbmore.com.
What to expect:
You, as an attendee, will also have the opportunity to contribute your ideas to the conversation and connect with other creatives. We want to make sure everyone gets what they want out of these meetings, so please contact us if you have a topic to discuss. Come out to hear what’s gone down in Bmore’s AIGA this year— and help shape the activities of the upcoming community meetings!
The Fine Print:
This event is FREE and open to the public, however space is limited (up to 50), so please be courteous to others and plan to attend if you register.
Open Works is in the Station North neighborhood of Baltimore City. Parking is easily accessible in the free Open Works parking lot.