The AIGA Fellow award program is a means of recognizing designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within their local or regional design community as well as in their local AIGA chapter. The areas of education, writing, leadership, and reputation, as well as the practice of design, are given equal consideration in measuring significant contribution. The Fellow award is the highest honor a chapter may bestow upon one of its members.
To maintain the high dignity and stature of the Fellow award, AIGA Minnesota traditionally selects and honors no more than three Fellows every-other-year. Nominations of chapter members are solicited from the membership by a nominating committee appointed by the board of directors. The nominating committee carefully considers each nominee and recommends the final slate of honorees to the board.
AIGA Minnesota Fellows: Joe Duffy, Monica Little, Eric Madsen, Peter Seitz, Sue Crolick, John DuFresne, Heather Olson, Tim Larsen (Photo by Rat Race Studios)
AIGA Minnesota Fellows
- John DuFresne, 2012
- Monica Little, 2012
- Heather Olson, 2012
- Sue Crolick, 2010
- Joe Duffy, 2010
- Eric Madsen, 2010
- Tim Larsen, 2007
- Peter Seitz, 2000
For questions about the AIGA Minnesota Fellow program, please contact the chapter president.
For more information about the Fellow program nation-wide, please visit aiga.org/fellow-award.