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best design from the Lone Star State is coming to New York City! Award-winning designers from Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio—the
four Texas chapters of AIGA, the professional association for
design—are represented in “The Texas Show” at the AIGA National Design Center.
The Texas Show is a biennial competition and traveling exhibition
that showcases the best communication design in Texas. In addition to
recognizing and discovering designers, this year’s show aims to foster
community within the regional chapters of AIGA and nationally.
AIGA members are invited to preview this exhibition
on Friday, August 3 from 6:00–9:00 p.m. at the AIGA National Design
Center. Please present a current AIGA membership
card at the door, which admits you plus a guest.
AIGA National Design Center164 Fifth Avenue (between 21st and 22nd Streets) New York, NY 10010
The Texas Show catalog, which highlights all the winning designs, will be available for purchase in the gallery for $10.
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On view at the AIGA National Design Center from
August 3–September 28: “The Texas Show” is a competition and traveling exhibit that showcases the best design from across the state of Texas.
AIGA chapters fulfill AIGA’s mission at the local level, supporting members through organizing projects and events to educate, inform and connect designers.
Section: About AIGA
Learn more about AIGA’s national conferences and events, and access videos from select conferences and awards events.
Section: Events and Competitions -
Conference , Event
Trading Cards of the Ancient Sages
October 24, 2014
Sheila Levrant de Bretteville
Maria Giudice Designer Dialogue
October 30, 2014
Student Poster Design Competition | The Birth of a Designer
October 29, 2014
AIGA LA Member Highlight: Ellen Lutwak
William Golden: An icon for Inside Job
Visual Design EngineerMercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc.
Sunnyvale, CaliforniaOctober 8 2014
From Memory to Action: Meeting the Challenge of Genocide