Get ready for AIGA Baltimore’s fifth annual student design conference and portfolio review—for the first time, we’ve added experiences in the weeks leading up to the big event so there are even more opportunities to prepare for the job market and kick off your design career.
Hold onto your hats, because it’s going to be an exciting ride.
Finally, join us for the 2016 Ink & Pixels Student Design Conference on April 16 at the Stevenson University School of Design. The conference will include morning speaker sessions with designers from the National Aquarium, the Food and Drug Administration, and independent local design studio Curly Red. In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to present their portfolios to industry professionals and get real-time feedback.
Get ready to prepare yourself for a career in design!
You’ve spent lots of time meticulously revising the work in your portfolio, but what have you done to get that work in front of recruiters and hiring managers? Join the creative team at HAVAS helia on Friday, March 25, to get advice on how to approach your first design job search and get noticed!
Ink & Pixels, AIGA Baltimore’s Student Design Conference, is one of the area’s largest events focused on helping students prepare for a career in design. In the morning, industry leaders from independent design studio Curly Red and the US Food and Drug Administration will give talks discussing the different skills needed to succeed in the professional world. These talks will be followed by a keynote talk from the Exhibit Design Team from the National Aquarium. After lunch, students will present their portfolios to regional design professionals and receive constructive, one-on-one evaluations.
AIGA Baltimore thanks our Ink & Pixel 2016 sponsors for their support!
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