Creative Lunch at Newseum
AIGA DC opens the doors to the Newseum in this series of creative lunches during DC Design Week.
This event is at capacity and registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.
Join AIGA DC for a series of DC Design Week lunches as we open the doors to some of the DC area’s creative studios. Grab a bite and get a behind-the-scenes look at some colorful spaces, see works in progress, compare office cultures and methodologies, and rub elbows with creatives that you might not otherwise meet!
Go behind-the-scenes with professionals in the fields of exhibit and interactive design, video production, and branding. Have lunch, tour the workspaces, and get a sneak peek at upcoming exhibits. Your registration lets you to stay and visit the museum until 5pm. A cross-section of creative teams will discuss their roles in making the Newseum one of Washington’s leading attractions.
Jeannine Lockwood: Director, Exhibit Designer
Tyler Jordan: Exhibits Graphic Designer
Maria Bryk: Graphic Designer/Photographer
Libby Bawcombe: Manager / Sr. Multimedia Designer
Doug Yuan: Senior Producer
Danielle Kunitz: Art Director
Lunch will be provided. Please bring a photo ID. We strongly encourage attendees to arrive 10 minutes early to get signed in.
Registration is $15, limited to 20 attendees and will close at noon on October 15.
The Newseum — a 250,000-square-foot museum of news — offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. Its mission is to educate the public about the value of a free press in a free society, while telling the stories of the world’s important events in unique and engaging ways. The Newseum features seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services. It offers a unique environment that takes museum-goers behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made.
What is DCDW?
From October 14th to 20th, DC Design Week 2013 is a week-long series of events that highlight and celebrate the impact of design and designers in our community and recognize the efforts and contributions of emerging and established local designers, architects, illustrators, photographers and others in the Washington DC area's creative collective. AIGA DC coordinates it with various partners and sponsors, but we count on you to attend and participate.
View more DCDW events and find out how to volunteer on the DC Design Week page.
Use the #DCDW hashtag to stay involved.
Thank you to this year's DC Design Week Sponsors
Creative designed by Donald Ely
A portion of proceeds go to the next generation of designers through AIGA DC’s Continuum Fund scholarship.