AIGA Student Design Challenge

AIGA Student Design Challenge

Jury Exhibition and Reception
Friday April, 18 2014 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Deadline to Submit
Submissions are due no later than Sunday April, 13 2014 to Coberlin Brownell at Champlain College.

Whether it is energy behind the Native Creative Consortium, community initiatives like the two new maker spaces being built, incubator spaces like Karma Birdhouse and the Innovation Center or studio collectives like the S.P.A.C.E Gallery, there is a sense of a paradigm shift in how ideas become a reality

Celebrate the opening of the new Generator space by creating a limited edition screenprinted poster or series of posters that showcase the intersections of Vermont’s creative community.

Generator, Burlington’s new maker space, is a combination of artist studio, classroom, and business incubator. Generator exists at the intersection of art, science and technology and as such creates a community of collaboration between artists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and artisans.

Generator’s objective is to foster a hybrid hive of activity that creates a fertile environment for innovation, creativity and idea fulfillment.

State officials, private developers and the residents of the greater Burlington area.

Size: 16” x 20”. Limited to 2 spot colors. See additional information on working with screen printing. Initial submission – Digital files in PDF format.

This Student Design Challenge is open to all currently enrolled college students in Vermont.

Limit three posters per student; the top submissions will be on display at KSV.

Submissions are due no later than Sunday April, 13 2014 to Coberlin Brownell at Champlain College.

Submit your artwork

“If we allow our energies and ideas to be open and integrated, we can design the creative future we all want to share, like an ecosystem — supporting each other and nurturing a very unique and creative culture that attracts clients, design buyers, and amazing new talent, from the USA and from around the world.”
– Michael Jager

By admin
Published April 9, 2014
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