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This Is Chicago: Book Release Party

Thu, Jun 18, 2015 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Redmoon Theater
2120 South Jefferson Street
Chicago, IL 60616

Online ticket sales have ended, but tickets are still available at the door. See you tonight!

This Is Chicago: Book Release Party at Redmoon

A quick rundown of the facts:

1. AIGA Chicago published a book of interviews with some of Chicago’s biggest design names.
2. We’re celebrating the release of this book on June 18 at the Redmoon Theater.
3. Being at Redmoon, it’s going to be a spectacle, with stuff like video projections and designer vignettes related to the subjects of our book:

Cody Hudson of Struggle Inc.
Curt Schreiber of VSA Partners
Vijay Kumar of IIT Institute of Design
Alisa Wolfson of Leo Burnett
Linsey Burritt and Crystal Hodges of INDO
Zoë Ryan of the Art Institute of Chicago
Richard Wright of Wright Auction House
Bart Crosby of Crosby Associates
Elaine Chernov, Jana Kinsman, Victoria Pater, Jennifer Sisson and Katherine Walker of Quite Strong
Max Temkin and Emily Haasch of Cards Against Humanity
Cheryl Towler Weese of Studio Blue
Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi of Sonnenzimmer
John Massey of John Massey, Inc. fame
Mig Reyes of Basecamp
Art Paul of Playboy fame 

4. In addition to being able to buy the book and maybe even rub elbows with a few of the interviewees, you’ll also have your fair share of snacks, cocktails, socializing, networking and a quick speech or two from AIGA leaders and partners, as well as the company of pretty much everyone who has something to do with design in Chicago. 

Don’t miss out.

For more information, or to get involved as a sponsor/partner, contact Morgan Walsh at

Pre-order your copy of This Is Chicago right here:

AIGA Chicago would like to thank our This Is Chicago book sponsors:
Classic, Domtar and Sappi North America

AIGA Chicago would also like to thank our This Is Chicago: Book Release Party event sponsors: Artisan,
Dark Horse Wine, Lagunitas Brewing Company and Koval Distillery  

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