• You’re invited to the 2016 AIGA Awards Gala

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    Tables & tickets now available—make your reservation today!

    Join us for the 2016 AIGA Awards Gala, co-chaired by Dana Arnett of VSA Partners and Su Mathews Hale of Lippincott, and taking place on Friday, April 15, 2016 at Pier Sixty, 23rd Street and the West Side Highway, New York City. The reception begins at 6:30 p.m., and the Awards presentation starts at 7:30 p.m.

    The AIGA Gala is our annual celebration to honor the distinguished practitioners, educators and role models whose creativity, intelligence, perception, and skill have inspired and shaped the entire design profession. Proceeds from the event benefit Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships, and the AIGA Legacy Fund. 

    Meet the medalists

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    Announcing the 2016 recipients of the prestigious AIGA Medal, in celebration of extraordinary achievement:

    Ruth Ansel | Richard Grefé |  Maira Kalman
    Gere Kavanaugh | Corita Kent

    Be there as we celebrate the extraordinary achievements of the five Medalists at the 2016 AIGA Awards Gala!

    Table and ticket options

    See who supported the gala in 2015!

    Leadership table: $20,000 Two tables of six, front-row seating; prominent logo and two-page ad in program (if submitted by March 10), logo on AIGA.org and on site at event
    Benefactor table: $10,000 One table of six, premium seating; logo and full-page ad in program (if submitted by March 10), logo on AIGA.org and on site at event
    Patron table:$6,000 One table of six, prime seating; name and half-page ad in program (if submitted by March 10), name on AIGA.org and on site at event
    Donor ticket:$1,000 Premium seating; name in program (if submitted by March 10), and on AIGA.org
    Friend ticket:$200 General seating

    For information regarding tables and sponsorship contact Elaine Bowen, 212 710 3125.

    For general ticket information contact Susan Augenbraun, 212 710 3133.

    See photos from the 2015 event in New York City, which celebrated five AIGA Medalists:

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