In contribution to this year’s NEON Festival, AIGA Hampton Roads is bringing back SPARK — a juried exhibition & silent auction of posters exploring the most pressing issues in our communities.
We’re reaching out to our creative community to ask: “What’s an issue in your community that’s meaningful to you?” With this in mind, design an 18”x24” poster that only you could make!
On Thursday May 11th, AIGA Hampton Roads will host Becca Clason - a stop-motion lettering artist, at O'Connor's Brewery.
Chew this over - Becca's clients include Disney, Target, The Washington Post, Citibank, Mattel, Sabra Dipping Co., General Mills’ Lärabar, American Express, Kellogg’s Special K, L’Oréal and many more!
Take a bite out her lecture - We chatted with Becca about the ins-and-outs of her design career, her favorite materials to work with, and what she does when she’s not playing with her food.
On Thursday, April 6, Hampton Roads will host Aaron Draplin – legendary designer, author, and founder of Draplin Design Co. Aaron has designed for Field Notes, Nike, Burton, Red Wing, Ford Motor Company, Bernie Sanders, and the Obama Administration.
In partnership with AIGA Hampton Roads, Aaron Draplin will host an evening lecture on Thursday, April 6.
Aaron Draplin is a graphic designer, author, and founder of Draplin Design Co. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he is now based in Portland, Oregon. His clients include Nike, Burton Snowboards, Esquire, Red Wing, Field Notes, Ford Motor Company and the Obama Administration. His book, Pretty Much Everything, is a mid-career survey of his work including case studies and advice which was released in May 2016.
On Thursday, April 6, we are hosting 2 exciting events with Aaron Draplin: a workshop & a talk. Continue reading for more information!
We’re excited to introduce you to Rob Green. He will be presenting "Building Brands for Digital Platforms" on March 23rd at Hatch in Norfolk. Here's an insight into Rob's background and his influences as Creative Director at his company, Mobelux.
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At the 2016 Norfolk NEON Festival, Sway Creative Labs and AIGA Hampton Roads partnered to host SPARK, a juried exhibition and silent auction of posters celebrating the New Energy of Norfolk. Top submissions were displayed in the exhibition along Magazine Lane during the festival.
SPARK is a one-night exhibition & silent auction of 30 posters from local artists, designers, and students celebrating the New Energy of Norfolk. The exhibition takes place during the NEON Festival on Friday, September 16 from 6-9pm. The exhibition will take place outdoors along Magazine Lane, right across the street from the Glass Wheel Studio and Work|Release – both of which we encourage you to check out the night of the exhibition!
In contribution to this year’s NEON Festival, AIGA Hampton Roads + Sway are partnering to host SPARK — a juried exhibition & silent auction of posters celebrating the New Energy of Norfolk.
We want to see your interpretation of "the new energy of Norfolk" – how it currently is and your hopes for how it could be. With this in mind, design an 18”x24” poster that only you could make!
AIGA Hampton Roads is launching a Design for Good program and wants to know what its members have to say. We want this program to meet your needs and the specific needs of our community. With so much opportunity to do good, it is important we kick things off right by giving you the floor to shape the program into a rewarding experience, on a professional and personal level.