Los Angeles
Upcoming Events
Thursday, July 9, 2015 / Los Angeles

AIGA Los Angeles and 826LA needs generous thought partners to promote the value of our profession while solving a crucial design challenge.

Join our intimate group of smart designers and strategists and participate in our two-hour non-profit design workshop, led by Matt Manos of verynice. You will leave feeling connected to our community and proud of your contribution.

Thursday, July 16, 2015 - Friday, July 17, 2015 / New York
Gain confidence to lead internal and external problem-solving workshops and learn how to address important issues like managing team dynamics and navigating community problems. Attendees will return to work with tools, techniques and resources to help run more effective meetings, foster collaboration and effect social outcomes. For more information, visit: aiga.org/facilitation-by-design/
Thursday, July 16, 2015 / Los Angeles

Locked behind a sketchy, unmarked red door in K-town is a hidden neighborhood speakeasy. But AIGA LA members will get access.

You’ll find us inside the swanky 1920s themed bar full of brass and golden light choosing a Razzle Dazzle or Strawberry Mule from Lock and Key’s unique signature craft cocktail menu, or perhaps out back snacking on take-out with local creatives on the patio. Find us and grab a SPARK card to start a conversation. If you are one of the first 15 members to complete your SPARK card, then your next drink is on us. See you there.

*Cocktail Attire Encouraged – t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, shorts (men), sports attire, athletic sneakers, flip-flops are prohibited.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 / Los Angeles

A successful portfolio goes far beyond simply displaying work – it’s one that showcases design thinking and personality. In project descriptions, personal philosophies, blogs and linked social media accounts; one’s voice and tone can give someone critical insight into the nature of a designer’s creative capabilities.

Sunday, July 26, 2015 - Friday, July 31, 2015 / New Haven

Developed by Yale School of Management and AIGA, this program offers creative leaders a better understanding of business and design. For more information, visit: aiga.org/business-perspectives