Jennifer Idol, a designer who became the first woman to dive the 50 states, will be talking about her journey through the states and how it influenced her career. She helps others understand the underwater world through her photography, design, and by sharing her exploration. Diving transformed her from a successful designer into a conservation artist to help the world around us.
In addition to diving, Jennifer is a responsive web designer, photographer, and author of the book An American Immersion. She also served for over 9 years as the president of the Austin chapter of AIGA.
Learn more about her adventures here.
See Jennifer's design work and read about her book.
This event will be held in Singer Hall, inside the Wolfswinkel Education Building located on the south side of the museum courtyard. Appetizers and light beverages will be served.
Come early and take in the rest of Phoenix Art Museum on #freeafterthree Wednesday! And if you're up for even more water imagery, make sure to visit the stunning exhibit Burtynsky: Water while you're there. This special exhibit is free for museum members and $5 for non-members on Wednesdays only (normally $18 general admission on other days of the week). Read more here.
BONUS OFFER for AIGA Members: Our friends at Phoenix Art Museum are generously offering AIGA members $20 off any PAM membership on this date only! Just show your AIGA member card at the front desk and join the Museum at any level to receive your discount.
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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.