It's autumn in Chicago and that means warm cider, watching the leaves change color, and mural season. Our city is a rich tapestry of street art waiting to be enjoyed.
Join us for a stroll down Milwaukee Avenue with your neighborhood tour guide, Michael Vaughn Green, to look at some classics and fresh faces. Expect the route to be about a mile long.
After the mural walk we'll post up at a nearby patio for a couple drinks and casual chatter. Please join us there if you're comfortable and interested.
About Michael Vaughn Green
Michael has been crafting digital experiences for over a decade. Passionate about design and FED, Micahel believes in empowering users with delight and discovery. He currently works on the internal design systems team at Conversant Media. There he leads the motion design practice and helps craft the visual experiences for the company’s web application offerings. You can find out more by visiting: https://cui.conversantmedia.com. Michael also teaches FED design and development at Columbia College and is co-founder of Night City Games; a small shop focused on designing experimental indie games.
Michael has a background in leading the design and creative direction for web & app design interactive digital experiences, games and FED. Michael earned his Master’s degree in Interactive Media from Indiana University-Bloomington in 2007. Since then he has worked for Disney Interactive, Salesforce and created a small “indie-darling” called GetClose, for the Nintendo Wii U.
In his spare time, Michael loves “attempting” to draw on his iPad, obsess over horror films and practice his abysmal pinball skills at Logan Arcade. He has way too many Mondo posters.
Code of Conduct
By registering to attend this event, you agree to abide by AIGA Chicago Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct may be found here. https://www.aiga.org/code-of-conduct
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Masks and Social Distancing
In accordance with Chicago's Phase 5 Re-opening Recommendations (as of June 15, 2021)
• If you are sick with COVID-19 or think you might have COVID-19, stay home and avoid public spaces except to get medical care.
• People who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear face coverings but are encouraged to do so if they feel more comfortable.
• Persons who are immunocompromised should consider wearing face coverings when in settings where others may not be fully vaccinated.
• All unvaccinated persons should wear face coverings in crowded settings, both indoors and outdoors, especially when youth are present.
• All attendees should maintain social distancing at all times.
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Special thanks Thank you to Mike Green, Laura Nesbitt, Sonja Ellicott, & Buddy Boor for working on this event and to Laura Nesbitt for the graphic.