10 04 Masquerade: AIGA Seattle’s Annual Membership Party on October 20th POSTED BY Drew Meyers COMMENTS AIGA Seattle’s Annual Membership Party, MASQUERADE, is coming up on October 20th. Join us on October 20th as we celebrate Seattle’s vibrant design community, applaud our brilliant members, and induct AIGA Seattle’s newest design Fellow. The 2016 AIGA Seattle Annual Membership Party & Fellows Award Ceremony takes place at Fred Wildlife Refuge in Capitol Hill. No need to bring your bear spray, this event and exhibition space was a professional photo studio in the 1960s and now features one of the city’s largest cyclorama and immersive video walls. Ticket Prices: Student Member: Early bird – $15.00, Regular – $20.00. Professional Member: Early bird – $30.00, Regular – $35.00 Non-Member: Regular – $45.00 Admission includes one drink ticket, plenty of hor d’oeuvres, and a raffle ticket for a chance to win a one-year Adobe Creative Cloud subscription ($599 value). About the Fellows Award: The AIGA Fellows Program recognizes seasoned design professionals who have demonstrated significant contributions to elevating the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within our region’s design community and local AIGA chapter. Nominated by their peers, each Fellow: – Is an established practitioner and/or educator with more than fifteen years of experience in the field – Is an actively participating member of AIGA Seattle – Has made a positive impact within their local design community – Demonstrates creative excellence and promotes design as a discipline, profession, and cultural force More details: https://seattle.aiga.org/event/masquerade-aiga-seattles-annual-membership-party/ RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1688464454813334/ Related PostsSupport Modernism and Celebrate the Holidays with DoCoMoMo WEWACelebrate Gray Magazine’s 5th AnniversaryAIA Honor Awards For Washington ArchitectureDesign In Depth 2017: Two X Two SeriesSpecial Offer for Upcoming Seattle MADS Home Tour This entry was posted in Events, Seattle and tagged aiga. Bookmark the permalink.