Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Design Jeopardy

We just got done with a fabulous game of design jeopardy and I randomly check the blog Speak Up where they mentioned that Type was a category in double jeopardy this week.... the real jeopardy with Alex Trebec.

Anyway, Armin Vit posted the questions from the round so you can check them out if you want to.
http://www.underconsideration.com/speakup/archives/004085.html

Happy Designing!

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

TUESDAY : 2.10.07

Just a reminder the next meeting is this Tuesday at 5:30. We will let you know the results of the studio tours + setting up a screen printing workshop that will happen fairly soon. Also, the National Student Conference is in Dallas this Spring. I think we should get a head start on fundraising for that event so that hopefully we can all go and not have to suffer the costs ourselves! I know I want to go to Dallas and not pay!

What Happens When the Grid Goes Down?


A lecture by Nancy Sharon Collins about design in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

Design is communication. Communication is power. What, then, happens when the lights go out and questions of moral responsibility and leadership arise? Few outside the Gulf Coast can comprehend what it is like when everything goes down. Our dear profession, so dependent upon technology, does not see the forest through the trees. All the hardware, software, planning and databases mean very little without water, electricity or roads. Join us as KCAI alumni Nancy Sharon Collins presents a journey into the heart of a disaster, and demonstrates how design managed to survive.

WHEN:
Thursday, September 27, 2007
6:30 p.m. Reception, 7:00 p.m. Lecture

WHERE:
KCAI School of Design
324 East 43rd St
Kansas City, MO 64111

COST:
A portion of the proceeds will be donated
to the hurricane relief efforts.
$10 Members
$20 Non-Members
Free Student Members (donations encouraged)
$5 Student Non-Members


About Nancy Sharon Collins
Nancy Sharon Collins owned and operated the graphic design firm Nancy Feldman Studio in New York City from 1978 to 2004. Clients included Clinique, Vera Wang, Waterford Wedgwood, Prescriptives, Revlon cosmetics and Curve fragrance, The Metropolitan Opera Shop and the Museum of Modern Art.

Her specialty is building conceptual relationships between technologies ancient and emerging. Collins’ personal research is in a very narrow field: hand engraved social stationery, which is almost a lost art. On this, one of her favorite topics, she lectures, designs for private commissions and works with die engravers and pressmen across the world.

From 2004 to 2005 she was Visiting Professor of Graphic Design at Nicholls State University in Louisiana. Currently she is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Loyola University New Orleans and is Education Director, AIGA New Orleans. Mrs. Collins is a member of the AIGA Center for Sustainable Design Task Force, was instrumental in the Mbulance Design Relief Vehicle project in 2005, and is a contributor to The Hurricane Poster Project. She holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute (1976) and an MFA from the Hartford Art School (1978), both in Graphic Design.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Welcome to our first meeting of 2007!

Thursday, September 07, 2006

September 11, 2006 - First AIGA Meeting

W are having our first AIGA Meeting, Monday (9/11) 8pm in Willard 202-B.

We will be talking about semester trips, AIGA membership, and filling open officer positions. It's a great way to get involved, and meet other students from the department!

Hope to see everyone there!

Lisa
President, KSU AIGA

Monday, March 13, 2006

13 March 2006 General Meeting

13 March 2006
KSU AIGA General Meeting

Call for Entries
AIGA Wichita
http://wichita.aiga.org

Saturday April 19, 2006
This event is more of an interview type of process. This is not a display setup. This will be a fast pace presentation lasting about ten minutes with multiple meetings. Your work should be in a portfolio or on a computer display type of set up.

Speakers include:
Bill Gardner with Gardner design
Tim Hale with Fossil

Senior Studio Exhibition
Designs done by April 10th for senior studio poster (13x19) and postcards (4x6)

Monday, March 06, 2006

6 March 2006

AIGA General Meeting

Tonight’s agenda will include talking about the Kansas Trip and two competitions.

Megan: Kansas City trip

Carpool situation: Who will be able to drive to Kansas City?

It is suggested to park at Nelson Atkins Art Museum.

Meet at Applebee’s at 7:00 a.m. if you are carpooling.

All others be their by 9:30 a.m.

Suggested dress attire is casual - (don’t dress down to much)

Seiji: Competition

2006 Adobe Design

http://www.adobe.com/education/adaa/

KSU AIGA will cover the registration fee if the group thinks that your work is good enough. Approval needs to be confirmed before 10 April 2006 by KSU AIGA.

Wichita State University AIGA Student Group Competition

All entries must be received by 5 April 2006

Approval needs to be confirmed before 27 March 2006 by KSU AIGA.

Mid April a student portfolio competition takes place at Wichita

This is a portfolio show

Smaller design firms will go to this show to find new help.

Monday, February 27, 2006

Meeting: Monday, 2/27 at 7pm

Just a reminder that we are having our weekly AIGA Meeting tomorrow:
Monday (2/26) 7pm in Willard 202-B.

We will be talking about some Top 10 Tips to "Self-Promotion" and
"Interview Questions".

Also, it is the deadline for both the Kansas City trip and the Dallas
Trip. So, again, K.C. is $15 for AIGA members, $20 for KSU members
(Actually it's $25, but -$5 off, courtesy of KSU AIGA).

Those going to Dallas, please stay after the presentation for Trip
Discussion.

(And officers, please stay after everything is over for 30 min.)

Ok, see you all there! :-)

Seiji
President, KSU AIGA