The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is pleased to announce the 2013 AIGA 100 Show Gala & Benefit. The 100 Show, this region’s most prestigious juried competition, honors and showcases the year’s best design.
Of the 100 pieces selected, only 10 are awarded the Copper Ingot. Three Student Copper Ingots will be given for exemplary work in the student category.
The Gala, held on May 18th, will honor and showcase winning entries. Come mix and mingle with members of the design community in honor of those whose work inspires designers of all ages, sets the bar for creativity, and advocates the value of design among media, the business community, and general public.
The AIGA 100 Show Gala is one evening you don’t want to miss. The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional design, is hosting an evening of awards, good food and drinks, music and mingling. This is your chance to mingle with fellow members of the design community and celebrate another year of inspiring local design.
$30 - Student Members
$35 - Members
$45 - Non-Members
Free - Trustees & Design Leaders
$10 Increase at the door
Jenny Lam is a cofounder of Jackson Fish Market, a small software startup focused on making beautiful software experiences that has shipped more than 25 products in the past five years. Their latest product, “A Story Before Bed,” is the first (and only) service that lets parents, grandparents and children record videos of themselves...read more
Michael Carabetta is creative director of Chronicle Books, a San Francisco-based publisher. His work has received recognition in the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) 50 Books/50 Covers shows, and in Graphis Books I and II. His projects have appeared in a variety of design publications....read more
Since co-founding Modern Dog Design Co. in 1987, Robynne Raye has continued to do work for entertainment and retail companies – both local and national – and counts posters, packaging and identity projects as some of her favorite work.Recent clients include Coca-Cola, Adobe Systems Inc....read more
All entries for the 100 Show must have been designed by
firms or individuals in the state of Utah, Idaho and
Nevada. The designs you submit may have been created
for clients in any market. In addition, all entries
must have been first published, printed, or circulated
between January 1, 2012, and December 31, 2012.
Celebrate design excellence at the AIGA 100 Show Design Gala
& Benefit. This is one event you don't want to miss.
The Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA is hosting an evening of
awards, good food and drinks, music and mingling. Mark your calendars.
Help us make the 100 Show come together! Volunteers are needed
to assist in all areas the day of the 100 Show—from event
set-up to tear-down. Did we mention that volunteers receive
free admission to the 100 Show?
We invite individuals, businesses, and organizations to partner
up with the 100 Show by attending and contributing to our silent
auction or by becoming an official sponsor.
If you want to save the book to your phone for future viewing pleasure, click here to be able to download the PDF of the AIGA SLC 100 Show winners work now!DOWNLOAD PDF HERE
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Designers who have been selected into the 100 show will receive a certificate in addition to bragging rights for having their work on full display.
One of the sought-after awards in our design community. Only 10 designers in the professional category and 3 designers in the student category are given this award.