On September 26th, AIGA Raleigh presented Made Good: An evening to celebrate design & its promise for social change. Following up from that event, we're hosting four Take Action sessions:
- October 1st - Take Action in your Workplace
- October 3rd - Take Action with your Peers
- October 8th - Take Action in your Community
- October 10th - Take Action in your Process
These working sessions continue out of the presentations made by Dawn Hancock of Firebelly Design and the Firebelly Foundation; AIGA Atlanta Fellow Doug Grimmett of Primal Screen and Good Thinking Atlanta; and Raleigh's own Aly Khalifa of Gamil Design, founder of designbox and SPARKcon.
If you attended Made Good on Thursday, September 26th, you will be able to attend these working sessions free of charge—bring your ticket from the event to enter for free.
If you have any interest in the role of designers and design process as a way to create social change, or if you're a design professional who wants to use your talents to make a powerful difference in your community, join us to learn more about how to take action in these areas of your professional and personal life.
Made Good is a Design for Good event; Design for Good is AIGA's national movement to ignite, accelerate and amplify design-driven social change.