Celebrate International Women's Day with award-winning graphic designer Bonnie Siegler, named one of the fifty most influential designers working today (Graphic Design USA).
Bonnie is the founder of Eight and a Half studio in New York. Her clients include Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Seth Meyers and HBO. A self-described American history buff, she recently published “Signs of the Resistance: A Visual History of Protest in America.”
Join us as Bonnie presents a visual history of how past generations have dealt with anger and rage in America and used their energy for good. Post-presentation, she will participate in a panel with local Chicago activists.
Big thanks to local indie bookstore Women & Children First Bookstore for being the official bookseller for this event! Copies of Signs of Resistance: A Visual History of Protest in America will be on sale from Women & Children First Bookstore at the event.
6 PM – Reception
6:30 PM – Presentation
$5 student members
$10 AIGA members
$15 non members
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Special thanks to Heather Snyder Quinn and Marissa Strassel, AIGA Chicago Event Chairs, for organizing this event and to Morningstar, Inc. for hosting this event.