February Events

LAWRENCE AZERRAD OF LAD DESIGN SPEAKS
CAL STATE LA | ANNENBURG SCIENCE COMPLEX
ROOM ASCB 132 WING B
THUR, FEB 4, 7PM

As part of the CSULA AIGA LA chapter GAUGE, designer and Creative Director Lawrence Azerrad of LAD Design will be speaking about his design work for music, cultural institutions, social good, and his personal passion project #Concorde, a design history of the supersonic luxury airliner.

Free and open to the public



BUSINESS MATTERS: THE EFFECT OF BRANDING IN DIGITAL COMPANIES
HERMAN MILLER SHOWROOM
TUES, FEB 9

Business Matters is a professional, informative, and inspirational series of events for the design community to grow in their field of design by keeping up to date with current trends in design and business success.

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SPARK @ PEKING TAVERN 

THUR, FEB 11, 7–9PM

The SPARK series is a monthly social gathering of AIGA members for Los Angeles area creative providing an opportunity to network and spark connections with others.

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STUDIO TOUR @ IGNITED
TUES, FEB 16, 7–9:30PM

Studio Tours offer intimate views and insights into the workings of local creative firms. These events allow AIGA LA members a behind-the-scenes look at the processes and studios of leading industry creative leaders and teams.

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DESIGN OBSERVER: TASTE
FRI, FEB 12, 8:30AM–5:30PM
THE LOS ANGELES THEATER

TASTE: A Symposium on Food + Visual Culture, a new Design Observer Symposium is coming to town. Both Michael Beirut and Jessica Helfand will be hosting the event in downtown Los Angeles!

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5×5 INTERVALS ON DESIGN

THU, FEB 18, 7PM
1617 ABBOT KINNEY BLVD

A rapid-fire panel, where five creatives talk for five minutes each on what they’re most passionate about at the intersection of cycling and design.

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE OSCARS: A CELEBRATION OF FILM TITLE DESIGN WITH ART OF THE TITLE

DOWNTOWN INDEPENDENT
THUR, FEB 25, 7–10PM

An evening celebrating Title Design in Film. The trophies have been handed out, the red carpets put away. Another year has past without a Best Title Design category.

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By Jessica Arana
Published February 11, 2016
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