AIGA Webinars

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Webinar Pricing

  • AIGA Members: Free
  • Nonmembers: $15

Upcoming Webinars

Fireside Chat

Fireside Chat: Bennie F. Johnson and Mauro Porcini

Thursday, September 16
8:15 a.m. PT | 11:15 a.m. ET

Join AIGA's Executive Director, Bennie F. Johnson, in conversation with design industry leaders and innovators. These conversations seek to inspire dynamic new conversations in and outside of the design community.

AIGA Book Series

AIGA + Phaidon Present: Jane Hall on Woman Made

Tuesday, September 28
10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET

Discover the fascinating stories of trailblazing women product designers from 1900 through present days with Woman Made: Great Women Designers. Author Jane Hall will reveal the stories behind the designers, from lesser known figures – including a number of unsung members of the Wiener Werkstätte and the Bauhaus school – to icons and pioneers past and present, such as Ray Eames, Eileen Gray, Florence Knoll, Ilse Crawford, Faye Toogood and Nathalie Du Pasquier. These designers flourished, against the odds, to create some of the most important furniture, lighting, textile, ceramic and home-ware designs of the last century. This glorious visual celebration illuminates the fascinating and overlooked history of women preeminent in the field and flips the script on what is historically considered a man’s world. 

One Designer, One Work

Sam Yates

Friday, October 15
11:00 a.m. PT | 2:00 p.m. ET

This virtual series features one designer showcasing a work that is personally meaningful. We'll hear what inspires, challenges or guides them. Expose yourself to new material by exploring with our guest, Sam Yates. 

Sam will discuss the work of Emory Douglas: "Emory Douglas is a prolific Black creator, designer, and activist. As the first Black designer I was introduced to, I was attracted to his his effective use of the principals of design. Discovering his work led me to wonder why his name isn’t more widely known or shared in design history courses or when discussing basics of visual communications."

Catch Up

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