Continuum 2013: celebrating our past, present and future
The AIGA San Francisco Fellow Award recognizes seasoned designers and other major figures who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within the Bay Area design community and the AIGA SF chapter. Our Fellows are honored for their design practice and other contributions in a range of areas, including education, writing and leadership.
This event not only recognizes our design heritage, but looks to plant seeds for the future. All net proceeds directly benefit the AIGA SF Enrichment Scholarship Fund. In 2012, a total of $6,000 was distributed to 12 design student members from throughout Northern California. 2013 Enrichment Scholarship winners will be announced at the AIGA SF Portfolio Day in June.
*Please consider DONATING to the scholarship fund in honor of your mentor, friend or teacher.We will list their names on our contributor page. Invest in the future of design by supporting our local design students!
Hosted by: Alissa Walker
Alissa Walker writes about design, architecture, cities, transportation and walking for publications like Dwell, Fast Company, GOOD, Wired, Details, LA Weekly and the Los Angeles Times, and is an associate produce for the KCRW public radio show DnA: Design and Architecture.
6:30 – drinks and hors d’oeuvres
7:30 – awards presentation
8:30 – drinks and dessert
Open to the public!
Can’t attend the event but still would like to contribute in honor of your mentor, friend or teacher?
Visit our donation page to be included on our list of contributors.
If you need special assistance to participate in this program, please contact AIGA SF at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-626-6008. For reasonable assistance accommodations to be provided, please RSVP for the event and notify us at least 2 weeks in advance. If we do not receive timely notification of your reasonable request, we may not be able to make the necessary arrangements by the time of the event.
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