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5 May

Why bother with celebrating Cinco de Mayo when you’ve got this going on?

Priebe. Six to seven-thirty (and beyond).

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T-minus two weeks

21 Apr

{In the meantime, I’ll work on obtaining a better-quality file of this graphic….}

We’ve been to Two Rivers and back…

14 Apr

…and here are the pictures to prove it. Special thanks as always to Museum Director Jim Moran for showing us around the place and letting us play with all of that lovely wood type!

Hamilton Wood Type Museum field trip this Wednesday!

11 Apr

For those involved, here are the specs.

Rough Schedule:

8:30 Leave UWO. We will meet in parking lot #4, which is between the AC and Halsey.

10:00 Arrive Hamilton

10:15 – 11:00 Tour of facility

11:00 – 12:30 Printing: Group A (Group B lunch)

12:30 – 2:00 Printing: Group B (Group A lunch)

2:00 Printing stops. Clean up! The goal is to leave the place cleaner than we found it.

2:30 Leave Hamilton

4:00 Arrive UWO

Lunch suggestions: Fatzo’s Subs & Pizza is located only three blocks north of the museum: Washington (“main street”) & 20th. And last year, students raved about Phil Rohrer’s Diner, just a few blocks away on 22nd.

Coffee: there are two coffee shops downtown.

Ice Cream: just across the street (because Two Rivers is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae after all).

Group A

Carder

Duarte

Dziadosz

Fahl

Helein

Herr

Hoffman

Hupf

Leinenkugel

 

Group B

Lenz

Marra

Naylor

Nelson

Ramsey

Richmond

Suprise

Wozniczka

Zahringer

Folio Review Pix

4 Apr

Here are just a few images from Saturday’s AIGA Wisconsin Folio Review, which was held at UW Milwaukee’s very nice Peck School of Arts Kenilworth Building. (They have hand scanner access. Seriously. See bottom image.) UW Oshkosh was represented by five students: Lucy Boyer, Todd Johnston, David Kufahl, Megan Nettekoven, and Katie Scott. And our work looked pretty darn good.

The photos are a little blurry, as I took ’em on my cell phone. Never mind that: I like to think they capture the fast-paced energy of the day.

 

Of course, any AIGA event worth its salt has matching t-shirts for those working…

…and I was very happy to find an Alterra Coffee right next door. Masala Soy Chai. Nice.

MeeWha Lee lecture & reception today!

31 Mar

Reminder:

Lecture: March 31 @ 4:50 to 5:50 p.m. in A/C 149

Reception to follow in the Allen Priebe Gallery.

Design Management 101 / MeeWha Lee

Design students at UWO should not miss this opportunity. And have a look at the show in the Priebe beforehand– it’s up right now. From the show announcement:

This exhibition presents a design manager’s portfolio in a manner to both inform and inspire students of graphic design.

MeeWha Lee studied Design at Seoul National University in South Korea and at the University of Iowa. She has taught graphic communications design at two universities and has worked for three Fortune 200 Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies as Design Director. This portfolio comprises her Brand Design and Innovation work from her CPG experience. Currently, she is Associate Director of Design & Innovation at Oscar Mayer/Kraft Foods, Inc.

Exhibition dates: March 8 to 31, 2011.

 

AIGA Wisconsin Portfolio Review: 4/2

11 Mar

Road trip! Here’s another event that you need to know about: the AIGA Wisconsin Student Portfolio Review. If you are seriously considering looking for a job in graphic design, you should seriously consider attending. I’ve helped to organize this event, and it’s going to be an amazing day full of helpful tips, networking, and inspiration for graphic design students just like yourself.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

UWM Kenilworth
1937 East Kenilworth Place
Milwaukee, WI 53202

From the event’s promotional materials:

Get ready for the job market with a stunning folio. Professionals will be available at this event to help you with tips and feedback. Become more competitive in the job market and get the job you really want.

• Valuable feedback from 3 professional designers

• Valuable feedback from 2 of your design peers
• Small group designer discussion lunches
• See and hear about professional designer’s folios in a series of lectures
• Mingle and network with professionals and other students