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South Dakota · August 27, 2014
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AIGA South Dakota asked five area designers to create compositions celebrating our opportunity to have a voice in our democracy—to vote. We worked with local letterpress shop Smith & Smith to print these designs as hopeful, non-partisan, 2-color postcards that people can send to encourage friends and family members to vote. Request your set of cards below, and send them out to encourage folks to vote!
Community, Featured, South Dakota · September 30, 2020
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Small businesses are really hurting as a result of social distancing and shelter-in-place practices. We’ve all been encouraged to buy gift cards to help local businesses get through this lean cash flow moment, but not everyone has enough extra cash to do that. But we do all have time, and many creatives would happily work at a discounted rate today in order to have coffees, a sandwiches or a beer once life gets back to normal.
Community, Featured, South Dakota · March 23, 2020
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Do you have an idea to make our community better through design? AIGA SD is now accepting applications for a fund to help you get your idea out of your head and into reality.
Featured, Idea Fund, South Dakota · March 11, 2019
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Join us as we invite Jeff Ballard to talk about what it takes to produce The Local Artist, a free print publication that exposes the public to our local visual artists.
Featured, Show & Tell, South Dakota · April 16, 2018
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Do you have an idea to make our community better through design? AIGA SD is now accepting applications for a fund to help you get your idea out of your head and into reality.
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Hugh Weber brought Aaron Draplin to town. Now he's doing it again. This time it's Brad Montague, Jason Roberts, Marshall Pollard and more.
Designer's Talk, Featured, South Dakota · November 20, 2017
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