There has been a lot of attention to this lately with some of the online discount logo sites, but the issue goes beyond the obvious. Copyright affects writers, photographers, designers, videographers, illustrators and anyone else in a creative industry. Kent Meyerhoff of Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch, LLC will walk us through what is copyright infringement and how we protect against it. Bring your questions and lets have a good discussion on Thursday. You can even bring your clients.
FREE TO ALL.
Thursday, March 1, Noon to 1 pm
Naked City Gallery
FREE TO ALL.
Bring your lunch (and drink).
Paul Howalt of Tactix Creative, March 2, 2011
Naked City Gallery, 121 N. Mead, Suite 104
6:00 pm Social Hour – Hang out with Paul
7:00 pm Presentation
Paul Howalt of Tactix Creative
Paul Howalt of Tactix Creative (Mesa, AZ) brings his unique style of illustration and design to Wichita March 2nd. His presentation will discusses how branding is about creating memorable solutions that generate an emotional response. You can check out some of Paul’s work at tactixcreative.com and paulhowalt.com.
Tactix work is on permanent display at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York and has received numerous awards including the Clio Awards, the One Show, Graphis, Print Magazine, Communication Arts, AIGA Arts, Design World (Australia), American Center for Design Annual and the New York Type Directors Club.
Clients include: MTV, Sony, Disney Adventures, Hasbro, Mattel, Sheraton Hotels, Seagate, GM, BBC America, Target, The NFL, HBO and many more.
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All tickets at the door are $15 each for members and non-members alike.
Tags: advertising, Brand identity, graphic design, marketing
Don’t miss Other Voices. You portfolio will be glad you were there.
Wichita AIGA Presents Other Voices an SPF Event
Date: February 18, 2011
Keynote: Steve Gibbs, RBMM in Dallas will discuss with a recent hire how they got the job.
Check-in: 12:30 pm
SPF Keynote: 1:00 pm
Review and workshop sessions begin at 2:15.
Professional Keynote: 5:15 pm Featuring Steve Gibbs, RBMM
All professional who participate in the afternoon review sessions get FREE admission to the Professional event at 5:15 pm. Volunteer sign-up information to come.
Location: Office This – 4031 E. Harry
Box it up. Bag it up. It doesn’t matter! Gather up your completed projects, sketches and works in progress and bring them in for some expert advice from professional designers and faculty from the Wichita, Kansas City and Oklahoma City areas to find out how to take your current portfolio to the next level. Along with an afternoon on inspiring and motivating feedback enjoy a keynote from our guest speaker, Steve Gibbs from RBMM. RBMM is the strategic branding affiliate of the The Richards Group in Dallas, Tx. specializing in branding, trademarks, packaging and advertising solutions for both local and national businesses. Steve will also be joined by a couple of RBMM’s newest designers, who will share tips on what landed them their job and advice on how you can do the same.
Get your tickets today! Buy tickets online by 5:oo pm, February 17
Show work, keynote & workshops $35
Keynote and workshops $25
Professional presentation only: Note the 5:15 professional presentation is FREE to anyone, member or non-member, who helps review portfolios during both sessions. To sign-up as a participating judge send us a comment with your name and email address.
AIGA Members $15
LogoLounge Master Library Series Book Lecture
Presented by Bill Gardner
Tuesday, November 16th • 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Live at Watermark Books (4701 E. Douglas Ave)
Admission: FREE to the public
This presentation will spring from the rich content of the first two books in the new LogoLounge Master Library Series, “Initials and Crests,” and “Animals and Mythology.” LL founder Bill Gardner will share the history as well as the current face and possible future for these enormous categories of logo design.
Presentation will also be available at www.logolounge.com/webinar