September Events

September type design by Zachary Richard Hill


 

AIGA LA PROGRAMMING MEETING
MON, SEP 12, 7PM | SHOOK KELLEY

AIGA LA runs on the support and energy of it’s volunteers. Join us tonight to hear about upcoming programs and new initiatives and find out how you can help connect design with Los Angeles creatives.

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REDUCED COMPLEXITY AND THE NEW PREMIUM
Design Evolution with Mike Milley
THU, SEP 15, 7–9:30PM | PIVOTAL LABS

As the world becomes more hectic, consumers are increasingly willing to pay more for experiences that minimize the clutter of life. Mike Milley (Director of Creative Consulting, BMW Group’s Designworks) will share his insights about the principles designers will need to meet this growing demand for simplification.

A sister event to our Business Matters series, Design Evolution leans away from known paths of career and business development to address the spectrum of new demands and requirements on designers and the design field.

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WOMEN’S DESIGN SALON: TRAILBLAZER
THU, SEP 22, 6:30–9:30PM | THE BOXCAR

Trailblazers are inspiring. They face fear head first, take creative risks, and pioneer trends. But at one time, they were in third grade. At one time, they went to prom. What created the drive to take unique risks?

Jihan Zencirli embodies everything about being a trailblazer. Learn about her passion journey from Seattle to LA and her creation of brilliant and internationally recognized balloon sculptures as she shares an evening of conversation and insight with Chelsea Sonksen (Founder, Bossladies Magazine).

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AIGA OC
WINE & TYPE PAIRING
THU, SEP 15, 6:30–9:30PM | OPEN HOUSE CREATIVE
1602 BABCOCK STREET, COSTA MESA, CA 92627

Pairing typefaces is a lot like wine tasting: making educated and inspired choices where the history, personality and unique details of each flavor bring out the best of its complement, creating an experience worth savoring.

Join AIGA OC for some type “pairing and pouring” in an evening of type pairing and wine tasting. Learn the tips and tricks for pairing type in a design context—classifications, character, superfamilies and more. This palatable event offers a perfect balance of education and networking for designers of all skill levels and is taught by Michael Stinson of TypeEd.

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NON-AIGA
WeTransfer presents
HOW WE DO: LA
WED, SEP 28, 8PM | THE THEATRE AT ACE HOTEL
929 S. BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES 90015

How We Do: LA is a unique evening of musical collaborations. Presented by WeTransfer in association with world-renowned DJ and producer Gilles Peterson, the event brings together an exciting combination of cutting-edge acts for one night only. In the stunning setting of The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Gilles will be joined by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and his 11-piece orchestra, alongside an eclectic range of cutting-edge musical talent.

CONFIRMED ACTS: Naipalm, The Sa-Ra Creative Partners, BADBADNOTGOOD and more special guests.

Parking Information
Ace Hotel Valet $20

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About WeTransfer
WeTransfer is the simplest way to send your files from one to many. Last year, its users sent over one billion files. WeTransfer promotes some of the world’s leading brands through full screen advertising and helps support the creative community by giving away one third of their ad inventory—the equivalent of $27m a year—to showcase artists, designers, musicians and creative organizations. Founded in 2009, the team is based in Amsterdam and now, Los Angeles.


 

NON-AIGA
Core77 Conference
DESIGNING HERE/NOW
THU, SEP 29–FRI, SEP 30 | DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

Be a part of the conversation as designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders gather to explore the ever evolving landscape of their intersecting crafts. Spanning two full days, the 2016 Core77 Conference offers a unique integration of presentations, workshops, tours, catered meals and evening receptions—allowing you to develop meaningful relationships while taking in game-changing ideas and perspectives.

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By Jessica Arana
Published August 10, 2016
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