January 13th, 5:00pm
Willey Hall, University of Minnesota West Bank
In the 60s, graphic design changed the visual landscape. 50 years later, the ground continues to shift. Will Minnesota remain a design center?
Come spend an evening with 13 leaders as they look at where design was, is, and needs to go. Communication Arts‘ editor, Patrick Coyne, moderates.
Panelists include: Phyllis Aragaki, Bernard Canniffe, Joe Duffy, John DuFresne, Tim Eaton, Tim Larsen, Monica Little, Eric Madsen, Steven McCarthy, Travis Olson, Jason Rysavy, Peter Seitz, Bill Thorburn
Date: January 13, 2011
Time: Reception with a cash bar from 5 to 6 p.m. Roundtable begins at 6 p.m. and will go to 9 p.m. with two intermissions. Session one will discuss the origin and early years of design in Minnesota. Session two will discuss how the graphic design marketplace has evolved through the years to today. Session three will focus on what the future of design looks like with a special discussion about the role of regional education.
- AIGA Members $35
- Non-AIGA Members $40
- Students and Faculty $10
- Bulk Tickets $30 – contact Sherwin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking: Charged by the hour, sliding scale. Ramp parking about $8 to $10. Lot parking about $7 to $10. Meters (.5 mile away) are $1.25 per hour with a 2-hour limit.
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