Pittsburgh
Upcoming Events
Thursday, April 17, 2014 - Friday, April 18, 2014 / Phoenix
This two-day workshop is for professionals who want to gain confidence leading successful collaborations and empower participants to take responsibility and ownership for successful outcomes. You will gain the resources, strategies and valuable insights needed to help guide people effectively as they move through a process together. For more information, visit: www.aiga.org/facilitation-by-design-arizona-2014
Friday, April 25, 2014 / Pittsburgh

AIGA Pittsburgh's annual Portfolio Day returns!
It's that time of year! AIGA Pittsburgh will be giving students and young professionals the opportunity to present a sampling of their portfolios, polish their interviewing skills, and receive constructive feedback from some of Pittsburgh's top design professionals. This year we've added a third review session!

Professionals, Pittsburgh’s emerging designers need your expertise and wisdom. Review
portfolios and offer professional feedback…who knows, you may just find
the newest member of your team! Sign up to be a reviewer today by filling out this form.

Students and young professionals, online registration will open Monday, April 14th.

Thursday, May 8, 2014 - Friday, May 9, 2014 / New Orleans
This two-day workshop is for professionals who want to gain confidence leading successful collaborations and empower participants to take responsibility and ownership for successful outcomes. You will gain resources, strategies and valuable insights needed to help guide people effectively as they move through a process together. For more information, visit: www.aiga.org/facilitation-by-design-new-orleans-2014
Friday, May 9, 2014 / Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh chapter of AIGA cordially invites you to join us in honoring Dan Boyarski, who has been named the AIGA Pittsburgh Fellow for 2014.

The Fellow Award is the highest distinction an AIGA chapter can confer upon one
of its members. It honors mature designers who have made significant contributions —
through education, writing, leadership, reputation, and design practice — to raising standards
of excellence in practice and conduct in their chapters and their design communities.