AIGA Raleigh is happy to announce that the 2015 AIGA Raleigh Student Portfolio Review is scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 28th at Red Hat in downtown Raleigh.
All tickets must be purchased online. There will be no tickets/admission at the door. Tickets are limited and registration ends on 3/20/15 at 11:30 pm!
The AIGA Raleigh Student Portfolio Review is an event established for senior, undergraduate level students that are beginning their transformation as emerging designers. As a participant, you will receive a constructive, one-on-one evaluation of your work from a variety of design professionals located in the Triangle area.
Consider the Student Portfolio Review to be your call-to-action: to receive broader feedback and critique from fresh experienced eyes. While this event is not a job fair, some reviewers may be looking for potential employees or interns. This is a great way to network and become aware of who’s who in the Triangle design community.
Students | Plan to Bring:
Check out our article, "Guidelines and Packing List" that will provide you with answers on what to bring and how to prepare for the Review. As a reminder, please be on time! Allow yourself ample time to park, arrive at Red Hat and locate the 9th floor.
Portfolio Review Agenda*:
9:30—10:30 a.m. Student Check-In and Networking
10:30—11 a.m. Introductory Remarks
Keynote Speaker: Matthew Muñoz, Partner & Chief Design Officer at New Kind
11 a.m. Reviewers Check-In, Networking and Hors D'oeuvres
11—11:30 a.m. Student Lunch, provided by AIGA Raleigh
Jimmy Johns Box Lunches, Options: Pepe® (Ham), Turkey Tom® (Turkey), and Vegetarian
11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. Portfolio Reviews
1:30—2 p.m. Recap with the Pros
*Each student and reviewer will receive their personalized review schedule during their Check-In time.
Check-In occurs on the 9th floor of the Red Hat building.
Q&A via Social Media:
AIGA Raleigh will be posting Frequently Asked Questions about the Review on our social media channels prior to the event date. This will be a place where each of you may ask questions and see answers from professionals and fellow design students, while engaging in conversation.
Please consider participating as this is a way to better prepare yourself for your Review and your career. Use the official Portfolio Review hashtag, #PortfolioReview2015 and follow us on Twitter @aigaraleighed as well as on Facebook. We look forward to your thoughts!
For more information about the Student Portfolio Review, please visit our blog.
Parking is available near Red Hat in two parking decks: Blount St. Deck, and City Center Deck. There is also parking in the City Market Parking Lot. For parking deck/lot addresses, pricing, and more information, please visit their respective sites.
If you have questions about the Student Portfolio Review, please contact one of the following: Director of Design Ability, Kristin Fowler, or the Co-Directors for Student Programming, Sophia Hitchcock and Jacqueline McAdams.