It’s no secret that the Gulf Coast region is rich with history, but did you know that New Orleans was the South’s original print hub? Or that in 1876, New Orleans was home to the first female proprietor of a major American newspaper?
That's right, folks! Our national organization is rolling out updated brand options this month!
We're excited to give our marks and materials a refresh, but before we can, we want your opinion!
Have you heard of the Young Creative Agency? AIGA New Orleans spent part of our summer supporting this amazing, local K-12 design education initiative! Alberta Wright, founder and head of the program recapped this summer's events for us below.
Funding needed to continue New Orleans Community Printshop's Youth Day, which teaches silkscreening and entrepreneurial skills.
Along with a couple of professional cohorts, Julia will present “Get Creatives”, laying out the argument for design as a strategic investment for New Orleans Entrepreneur Week.
It's almost time for school to let back in! Take some time this morning to read up and also don't miss the article featuring past board member, Azu Roma, and other excellent New Orleans artists.
It's been doozy of a week! But keep in mind, practice makes perfect and the hard work does eventually pay off.
Wondering what you might have missed this week or looking for a little bit of afternoon distraction? Check back on Fridays for a selection of each week’s cool stuff that you might have missed.
We all know what south Louisiana sounds and tastes like through jazz, Mardi Gras and great food! But what does it look like in terms of visual culture? Join us in honoring the fathers and daughters of local pop culture. There's loads and loads of original advertising and graphic design art to be found locally.