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May 4, 2019
Strive: AIGA Toledo + BGSUGD
Hart (downtown)

The BGSU Division of Graphic Design, AIGA Toledo, and the AIGA BGSU Student Group are proud to present our 12th Annual Portfolio Review Day on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Hart in Downtown Toledo. Modeled after our previous Portfolio Review Days, but also ever evolving, we have once again planned an exciting event!

May 9, 2019
Seed Coworking

Unfortunately, due to the weather conditions this week AIGA Toledo is postponing the Pulp event scheduled for Thursday, January 31st. This event has been rescheduled to May 9th.

What designer do you know that don’t drool over gorgeous textures, brilliant colors, and thick paper stocks that demand attention? As creatives we intersect an exciting world of digital and physical experiences. Now more than ever we work in tandem to find the perfect accompaniment to an augmented world, often a physical printed artifact that carries the same quality and attention to detail given to our digital experiences. Indeed the user experience game does not end at the keyboard as every touch point and experience connected to a brand defines that brands voice in the public eye. Curious to find the next great stock, the perfect texture, or a killer new color that can push your project to the next level?

Aug 10, 2019
Communica / AIGA

AIGA Toledo is proud to present a one-night only gallery exhibition of Toledo’s very own James Dirtykics Dickerson’s work. Join us for an evening of photography, drinks, music, and great company. Come meet the man himself, this event is free and open to the public.

Oct 29, 2020
Design is Story Telling with Ellen Lupton

AIGA Toledo is honored to kick off our Virtual Design Talks with Ellen Lupton on "Design is Storytelling."

Writer and curator Ellen Lupton will talk about how to use storytelling to touch people’s minds and emotions.

How do we move, act, and respond when we look at a poster, a website, or a retail environment?

How are designers building narratives in response to the urgent crises of today?

Learn how to use concepts such as the narrative arc, the hero's journey, the rule of the threes, and sensory detail.

This talk is illustrated with rich and surprising examples that will help you master the art of narrative and bring more life to your work.