2015 Design Conference
Board of Directors
Cool Stuff Roundup
Design for Good
Lazy Sunday Mornings
Maker Interview Series
Sponsors and Partners
SIFT's In Like Lions fundraiser is this Saturday, March 12 from 6 to 10 p.m. at 3700 St. Claude Avenue. The fundraiser will raise money for SIFT’s expanded programming and feature a silent auction with artwork from national and local artists.
Our February Community Meeting was a tremendous success. Alberta Wright was our guest speaker talking about Young Creative Agency.
You can still look every bit the designer even as you ditch your Work Uniform for a day. Enjoy AIGA New Orleans’ top suggestions for costumes to impress your designer friends and alienate everyone else!
Ten teams of graphic designers and two teams of motion designers competed head-to-head! There were donuts, sliders, a pizza costume, a free typeface, and ironic despair at the Joy Theater.
This year, Ric announced his retirement from his post as CEO and while we’re sad to see him go, we’re thrilled to have caught a moment with him at the design conference for an interview. Who better to talk about AIGA and the conference than the man himself?
What do you get when you take a room full of 20 rambunctious elementary schoolers plus 20 professional designers and throw in a challenge to wish New Orleans a Happy 300th Birthday?
On October 13th, we held our third open board meeting at the Blue House, a shared studio, community, and coworking space on South Rampart. We had a few fresh faces among the attendees, students and professionals alike.
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."
Early AIGA Design Conference attendees joined AIGA New Orleans and the NOLA Dribbble Group for a mixer & lecture presented by Dribbble and Mac Papers at the Little Gem Saloon.
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?