The AIGA Corporate Leadership Award was established to recognize
the role of perceptive and forward-thinking organizations that have
been instrumental in the advancement of design by applying the
highest standards, as a matter of policy.
The 2010 AIGA Corporate Leadership Awards committee is currently
reviewing recommendations for companies that deserve to be
recognized for their commitment to design. The 2010 committee is
chaired by Connie Birdsall of Lippincott, New York.
To be considered for an award, the company must have:
Recommendations should be sent to December 31, 2009. Nominations
sent after that date will be considered next year.
Preserving the perspectives and experiences of those individuals that have defined AIGA since its inception in 1914 is only one side of the equation that defines succession planning.
Design methodologies add value to the visual arts curriculum by teaching the practical and purposeful
application of creative thinking—the very definition of innovation. So why has design education been largely absent in conversations about K12 education reform?
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