Every four years since 2000, AIGA has engaged communication designers across the country in a nonpartisan voter mobilization campaign.
Creatives are asked to wield the power of design to motivate eligible citizens to register and vote in the 2016 election, as well as local elections to come. This campaign is a part of Design for Democracy, an AIGA initiative to increase civic participation through design.
Join us on Saturday, September 24th at The Arizona Capitol Museum for the exhibition’s opening reception featuring posters from AIGA members, including Milton Glaser and Paula Scher. Take a walk through the exhibit on Design for Democracy and sit through a panel discussion about design and influence with local designers.
12:00 p.m. – Poster Exhibition opening
2nd Floor, South Hallway
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. – Presenting speakers, Alison King and Margaree Bigler
The Historic Senate Chambers Room, 3rd Floor
Alison King, Editor / Designer, Modern Phoenix LLC and Associate Professor of Design at The Art Institute of Phoenix
"Creative ways to cut through the clutter" – designing collateral to influence community activism on a local level.
Margaree Bigler, Marketing and Communication Manager, Phoenix Art Museum
Design can take a grass roots initiative from the beginning stages to a full blown movement – how design has helped to get initiatives off the ground and into mainstream conversations.
Spread The Word.
All member posters are available to print or share on social media to promote voting engagement initiatives. To see all posters available for download, visit aiga.org/vote. To access important election information such as polling places, voter guides, and more, visit vote411.org.
This event is free and open to the public, but RSVP is requested.
Free parking is available in the Wesley Bolin Plaza east of the Museum. Parking lots are accessible by heading west on Adams Street toward 17th Avenue, or east on Jefferson Street toward 15th Avenue. If Wesley Bolin Plaza parking is unavailable on Saturdays, alternate parking for Arizona Capitol Museum visitors can be found at Monroe and 17th Avenue, behind the State Agriculture building.
Your registration constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken of you at the event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Arizona, and places you on the master mailing list.
AIGA Arizona has adopted the AIGA Code of Conduct with regard to its activities. We reserve the right to refuse admittance for violations of this Code, or other unlawful or disruptive actions. Any concerns should be addressed to the AIGA Arizona president.
Speakers' presentations and viewpoints are their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect those of AIGA Arizona. We are not responsible for the content of every presentation; please be aware that adult language, visuals or topics may sometimes be included.