NEW YORK—April 27, 2012. This week the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced the results of its August 2011 deadline, which included two grants to AIGA!
Through the Art Works’ Design program, AIGA received support towards the development of a National Design and Social Impact Mentorship
Program, a program to encourage middle- and high-school
students to pursue design as a career path by demonstrating the
industry’s vitality and the potential for social impact.
And, in the Arts in Media category, support was awarded for 100 Years of Design in America,
a series of educational videos about accomplished designers to be
created in honor of AIGA’s centennial year. The series will feature 52
short video portraits reflecting the evolution of American visual culture over the
See a complete list of NEA grants awarded this round.
AIGA’s chapters allow our members to form powerful social and
professional bonds through conferences, competitions, lectures and
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Instead of trying to outdo the competitor's beautiful, yet, very expensive packaging, alternative materials were explored to produce a packaging solution that focused on the idea that less packaging is better.
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Michael A. Signorella
Member since 1987
AIGA West Michigan
AIGA New York, Upstate
Sydnee S. Haley
AIGA Los Angeles
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