AIGA Los Angeles and Zimmer Children’s Museum needs generous thought partners like you to help in solving a crucial design challenge for a non-profit organization. Join a small group of fellow designers and strategists to participate in Design for Good LA, an intimate, two-hour design workshop, led by Alisa Olinova and Noah Goldberg-Jaffe of verynice. You will leave feeling connected to our community and proud of your contribution.
6:30–7:00 PM: Networking
7:00–9:00 PM: 2 Hour Workshop
This event is free, but space is very limited.
The museum is located in the Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles. It inhabits two levels of the Jewish Federation Goldsmith Center on the north side of Wilshire Blvd just east of the San Vicente intersection. There is no exterior sign for the museum.
Please note that there will be limited (or possibly no) visitor parking available due to a large meeting taking place on the ground floor the same night of our event. Parking options include:
— the public lot on La Jolla & Wilshire
— another lot on Wilshire (north side), east of La Jolla
— metered parking on Wilshire, Sweetzer & San Vicente (please read parking signs carefully)
For public transportation visit metro.net for schedules.
About the Non-profit
The Zimmer Children’s Museum’s mission is to make a better society through interactive learning, creative self-expression and art experiences for children and families. We are dedicated to teaching people about the BIG IDEAS of global citizenship, community responsibility, and cultural sensitivity.
Through the power of play, children will learn about human values such as respect for others, helping those in need, generosity, and creativity. We also offer children’s classes, family programs, and field trips to deepen the experience.
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Design for Good LA is a movement helping to promote the value of design thinking by solving real problems for local non-profit organizations. A national AIGA initiative, Design for Good helps develop and sustain design thinking for social change. It also creates opportunities for designers to build their practice, their network, and their visibility.
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