AIGA Seattle Living Principles:Seattle, WA
What will art and design look like 25 years from now? Curious?
Join us for a panel discussion around AIGA’s Living Principles. The Living Principles aim to guide purposeful action, celebrating and popularizing the efforts of those who use design to create positive cultural change. The theme of this event is looking at the next 25 years of art and design in the Pacific Northwest. Our panel will share how their own businesses, projects and life are reflected in the environment, people, economy and culture and its relation to art and design. They’ll give us a glimpse of what the future holds and how you can make a difference in it. Bring a question that stumps the panel and you could win a door prize.
Chase Jarvis, chasejarvis.com
As a photographic master, Chase has won numerous awards from Prix de la Photographie de Paris, The Advertising Photographers of America, The International Photography Awards, and numerous photographic trade magazine throughout the world. Photo District News (PDN) Magazine called Chase one of the top 30 most influential photographers of the past decade. He is well known as a visionary photographer, director, and fine artist with a consistent ambition to break down the barriers between new and traditional media, fine and commercial art.
Joshua Berger, Plazm
Joshua is a founder and Creative Director of Plazm. Recognized by numerous design publications and award shows, he received the Gold Medal at the Leipzig Bookfair for his collaboration with John C Jay on the book Soul of the Game, and the Gold Medal at Portland Design Festival for XXX: The Power of Sex in Contemporary Design. His art and design work have been exhibited by The Museum of Sex in New York, ZGRAF Festival in Zagreb, Croatia, the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art and featured in Eye, Graphis, Communication Arts, Idn, and IDEA. He was recently a finalist for the Contemporary Northwest Art Awards at the Portland Art Museum and is a board co-chair at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls.
Brian Geller, Seattle 2030 District
Brian is the executive director of the Seattle 2030 District, an interdisciplinary public-private collaborative working to create a high-performance building district in downtown Seattle. With the Architecture 2030 Challenge for Planning providing performance goals, Seattle 2030 seeks to develop realistic, measurable, and innovative strategies to help district property owners, managers, and tenants reduce the environmental impact of facility construction and operations. It aims to establish the district as a financially viable, sustainability-focused, private-sector-driven effort that maximizes profitability and prosperity for all involved.
2811 Mount Rainier Drive South
Seattle, WA 98144