San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center: The Green Room
401 Van Ness Ave
Please join us for this special night as we kick off the 40th Anniversary of AIGA SF with Continuum —our celebration of community, service, design, and achievement—and our annual fundraiser. Mingle with design legends, meet someone new and join us in celebrating our annual Fellows Awards at The Green Room in San Francisco.
Show your support by purchasing a ticket today and consider making a donation during the ticket process in honor or memory of a mentor, friend or teacher.
2021 Fellow is awarded in Memory of August de los Reyes (1970-2020) who was a champion for design that is meaningful, inclusive, & humane. With a career spanning 25 years, most recently as the Chief Design Officer at Varo, previously Head of Design at Pinterest and Xbox, Director of User Experience at Google, and worked for Philips Design and Eastman Kodak.
2022 FELLOWSSteve Jones principal of plantain studio in Oakland an award-winning graphic designer and educator, with over 30 years of experience in professional practice and design education.
Designer, builder, educator, founder of the nonprofit Girls Garage. Emily Pilloton-Lam has also taught and worked alongside youth co-designing and building public architecture projects.
Martin Venezky is a designer, artist, and educator specializing in book design and typography. He has also created extensive bodies of work in photography and photographic installation.
Continuum is an award ceremony that recognizes our design heritage and looks to plant seeds for the future of design in our local community. This year’s event is special by kicking off the 40th Anniversary of AIGA SF.
WHO IS INVITED?
Anyone can register and attend the event. By registering to attend, you are supporting your local design community and AIGA chapter.
ABOUT THE FELLOWS AWARD:
Our Fellow Award honors seasoned designers and practitioners through consideration of their significant contributions to our Bay Area communities among a range of areas of achievement and impact — from considerable levels of service to raising standards of excellence in professional practice to dedication to education, as well as reputation, conduct, and leadership.
GIVE BACK TO YOUR PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION AND DIRECTLY SUPPORT THE LOCAL COMMUNITY:
With your registration or donation you are directly supporting the local AIGA SF chapter which needs your help to continue serving as a resource in an increasingly expensive region to operate a non-profit. Your donation can be dedicated to a mentor, friend or teacher.
Your donations directly support the chapters initiatives which include Career Programming, Enrichment Scholarship, San Francisco Design Week, Women in Leadership + Design, and more.