If you haven't yet found a coworking space in New Orleans that fits your vibe, there might be a community in Central City that's right for you. Located in a historic, vivid-blue building at the intersection of South Rampart and Euterpe, in the booming Oretha Castle Haley corridor, the Blue House offers multiple membership types in what its founders call a "coworking collective."
This July, we conducted a survey of our members and followers to gather a gamut of metrics which are vital to growing as a chapter, enhancing partnerships and, most importantly, best serving our membership.
Baskerville, in a AIGA-exclusive workshop, will guide you through the process of turning your own designs into beautiful printed 3"x5" cards.
Onward Travel and AIGA have partnered to offer "Spring B’Reykjavik", an international design experience occurring March 7-15, 2015. You'll journey to Reykjavik to attend DesignMarch, the city's annual design festival, and explore Iceland's natural wonders and cosmopolitan capital city, all in the company of AIGA members from all over the country.
Tales of the Cocktail has no doubt been a great way to celebrate the long week, but with Monday approaching, we have a few selections for you to keep your mind focused on the prize. Patience can be rewarding.
Did you know that 60% of the graphic design profession is made up of in-house positions?
Help us design our chapter chair! In anticipation and honor of AIGA’s Centennial Celebration, chapters from across the country are customizing chairs to be put on display at the AIGA gallery space in NYC. Here at AIGA New Orleans, we're opening this event up to you, our members, to contribute their your design expertise and help us design our chair!
You may have received an email, a poster, or even a tweet or link in passing to information about the current call to for a vote about the future of AIGA.
Here at AIGA New Orleans, we have been reading, watching, and listening to the current discussion on the call for a vote regarding our national organization's strategic framework and presented options for moving forward past 2014.