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AIGA Los Angeles Student Portfolio Review 2014

Written by
AIGA Los Angeles
Published
April 7, 2014

The AIGA Los Angeles Student Portfolio Review provides design students with practical advice on how to present themselves and their work as they embark on a career in the design industry.

Students receive thoughtful, constructive, one-on-one evaluation of their work by an array of design professionals from the Los Angeles area. The goal is to offer candid advice about student portfolios based on professional experience. It’s also a great way to network and become aware of “who’s who” in the LA design community.

This year, local LA design firms and agencies will open their doors, and host students in their own offices around the city.

Details
Locations: City-Wide
Saturday, May 3 2014, 1-4pm

Portfolio Day is free and open to all current AIGA student members.

Register here

Participating Studios

Gensler
http://www.gensler.com
500 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
213.327.3600

Looking
http://looking.la/
145 Standard St.
El Segundo, CA 90245
310-322-6330

Huge LA
http://www.hugeinc.com/contactus/los-angeles
6100 Wilshire Blvd, 2nd Floor,
Los Angeles, CA, 90048, USA
310-499-7700

KBDA
http://kbda.com/
2452 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1
Santa Monica, CA 90403
310.255.0902

Baker Brand
http://www.bakerbrand.com/
3015 Main St. Suite 300
Santa Monica, CA 90405
310.393.3993

Westfield Brand Studio
westfield.com/us/
2049 Century Park East, 41st Floor
Century City, CA 90067
310.689.5695

Promotional artwork created by Andrew Byrom.

Comments
AIGA encourages thoughtful, responsible discourse. Please add comments judiciously, and refrain from maligning any individual, institution or body of work. Read our policy on commenting.
  • Jimmy Moss

    I’m curious when the participating studios will be posted.

  • gemma

    where is the link for registration?

  • Kristin Ouchi

    been waiting all morning and afternoon….

  • Elena Hutchinson

    If each student is only allowed one ticket, does that mean we only get one 20-minute session in the whole 3-hour block?

  • Nick Valdivia

    This was great! I learned a lot from my visit to KBDA & Huge LA. The staff were really nice and the critique very meaningful.

  • Wish I could’ve been there. If there is a similar Los Angeles graphic design event this year?

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