Attending Method + Madness 2017 on Saturday and wondering what to do for lunch? Join one of our topic lunch groups and make some connections! Five AIGA Arizona board members will each lead a group of 8 to a nearby restaurant where we’ll have reserved seating. Group leaders will start the conversation with the topic listed below and see where it goes!
Lunch Group Details
Lunches are no-host – that means you pay for yourself.
Meet at 12:00 Noon in the designated area near the Registration Table immediately following the morning speakers.
Groups will walk to nearby designated restaurants
Restaurants have been informed that we need to be done by 1:15PM so that you will be able to return on time for the afternoon sessions.
LUNCH GROUP HOSTS AND TOPICS:
Mentorship Director / AIGA Arizona
Redesigning the Future of Design Education: What are the current trends in design education and how will we train designers of the future?
Design for Good Director / AIGA Arizona
Designing for Changing Environments: How do we share information and resources about climate change? What role can designers play in saving our planet?
Design for Good Chair / AIGA Arizona
Women Leading Design: We will discuss the unique challenges women face in the creative industry and brainstorm ideas how our community can address these issues.
In-House Director / AIGA Arizona
A Seat at the Table: How to bridge the language barrier between creatives and executives, and position in-house design teams as valued strategic partners in a corporate world.
Financial Director / AIGA Arizona
Keeping Legacy Designers Engaged: The benefits and rewards of trading design wisdom with energetic, tech-savvy upcoming designers.
RSVP now, these will fill quickly!
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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.