ADCP - 2nd Annual Expose Yourself Portfolio Review May 10, 2012
Location: Digitas Health
The Wanamaker Building - 100 Penn Sq East - 11th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Student Members: $10
Student Non-Members: $15
Tech- and Design-Themed Quizzo06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
I-SITE and PhillyCHI are pleased to host a technology- and design-themed Quizzo at The Trestle Inn as part of Philadelphia Tech Week (phillytechweek.com/). Trivia questions will be based on technology, design, architecture, art history, and other related topics. First, second, and third place teams will be rewarded with gift certificates to The Trestle Inn. So come socialize with design and user experience professionals, try your hand at trivia, and (hopefully) learn a thing or two, all over a few whiskey sours and buttered popcorn. RSVP: help us plan by registering at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRESH Submission Deadline Extended to April 25th
Are you an undiscovered talent with a portfolio of fresh ideas?
Deadline Extensions - April 25
AIGA Philadelphia wants to recognize you with our 2nd Annual Fresh Award. The Fresh Award recognizes up-and-coming designers who are breaking boundaries in the world of design.
Open to non-AIGA members!
CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT!
Words & Pictures | Art Chantry
An evening with UArts Illustration, Featuring a Keynote Address by Art Chantry
Please join AIGA Philadelphia for an evening of inspiring words by acclaimed Seattle poster designer Art Chantry followed by inspiring pictures by University of the Arts graduating Illustration seniors.
About Art Chantry:
"Art Chantry is a Northwestern graphic designer whose lo-fi, high contrast designs have influenced a generation or two of poster artists. He rose to prominence in Seattle, first at The Rocket and then through his posters for bands big and small, including Nirvana, Gang of Four and many many others. Chantry really pioneered the use of mistakes, misprints, "low" visual culture and found imagery in graphic design." -PictureBox
Food, drinks, and the portfolios of University of the Arts Illustration graduating class.
Admission is FREE for AIGA members and the public.
Portfolio Review Event for Graduating Seniors
GO FORTH AND CONQUER with the help of over 50 of Philadelphia’s top design professionals! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to network with over 50 of our region’s top professionals, present all your hard work in one-on-one reviews, celebrate with your peers and colleagues, and most of all enjoy a fun-filled evening designed to send you into the real world on the right foot!
05/08/2012 at 5:00pm
Moore College of Art & Design
1916 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
See map: Google Maps
AIGA Philadelphia will provide food, drinks, activities, job resources, swag, and much more!
ARRIVE EARLY, SPOTS FILL QUICKLY! AIGA student members have the benefit of signing up for their interviews 1/2 hour earlier than non-members.
GET THE ADVANTAGE AND JOIN AIGA TODAY!
The timeline for the event is as follows:
5:00 pm | AIGA student members sign up
5:30 pm | All students may sign up
6:00 pm | Food, drinks, and announcements
6:30 pm | Interviews begin
9:00 pm | Final interviews conclude
Follow Feedback 14 on Twitter for updates on speakers, reviewers, extras, and more: @AIGAPHILLY #FEEDBACK14
This year Feedback 14 will offer three breakout sessions featuring topics and information useful to all new grads:
HOW TO BUILD YOUR PERSONAL BRAND
Featuring Christian Shea, Director of Marketing, Lyquix Inc.
- Your portfolio got you in the door—now what?
- Learn how to put your best foot forward in interviews, online, and on the job!
DESIGN THE PERFECT JOB SEARCH
Featuring Zoe Perilman, Recruiter, Mission Staff
- You’re ready to put yourself out there, but where should you start?
- Learn how to leverage all the resources available to creative professionals on the job hunt!
Featuring Miriam De Chant, Esq., Director, Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
- Are you ready to take on freelance work?
- Learn the basics about how to protect your work, your reputation, and your rights!