WHEN: February 15, 2012 @ 6:30 – 8:30pm
WHERE: Indianapolis Art Center
820 East 67th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220
AIGA Indy is thrilled about [INHOUSE] – a new initiative to provide support, resources, and inspiration for the many in-house designers working here in Indy and the surrounding areas. This quarterly event will share insight into the inner workings of in-house design studios – shedding light on the current struggles and successes faced in an in-house design environment. From speaker presentations to panel discussions, the [INHOUSE] initiative is a time to share, encourage, and inspire designers in all aspects of the design industry.
Join AIGA on Wednesday, February 15 for a unique opportunity to learn about the inner-workings of the design team at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). David Russick and Matt Taylor will discuss how the IMA Design Studio works to create and maintain all design aspects of the museum’s diverse needs.
Get to know the presenters:
David Russick, Chief Designer
David is responsible for the aesthetic appearance of the IMA Campus. He oversees a team of seven designers who create and maintain all design aspects of the museum’s diverse needs. From traveling exhibitions, to wayfinding, publications to permanent collections, the IMA Design Studio provides 2D and 3D designers an opportunity to collaborate on a daily basis.
Matt Taylor, Senior Graphic Designer
Working within the IMA’s Design Studio, Matt leads a team of designers who are responsible for all of the musuem’s graphic needs. While maintaining the IMA brand, his team designs a variety of material including exhibition graphic design, marketing collateral, membership and development campaigns, wayfinding, signage, publications and more.