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AIGA New Orleans is turning 10 years old in 2009 and we're throwin' a big ass costume party at the wax museum!

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Forged from the ranks of veteran ADDA members, AIGA New Orleans was conceived and birthed back in the sweltering summer months right before the turn of the century.

A few brave souls undertook this daunting task, and thankfully for us they did, because our chapter has grown significantly and continues to evolve in new and exciting ways.

Members and non-members alike are welcome to join us for a night of eating, drinking and reminiscing.

So, about that "costume party" thing...all we're going to say is that we ask you to come dressed as your favorite Art or Design movement.  Maybe bauhaus strikes your fancy, maybe de stijl gets you all tingly inside, or perhaps you have a freakish affinity for the pantone matching system.  Whatever...just get your freak on!

We'll have a DJ, a historical retrospective of graphic design in southern Louisiana, raffles for exceedingly sweet schwag, birthday cake and more!  We're also going to have commemorative t-shirts and posters for sale which were designed by local artist, Erik Kiesewetter.

 The deal is...

Members: Free

Non-Members: $20

* Note: Non-Members who come with a member will get in for half price.

So we have a better idea of how many folks to expect, please take a moment to RSVP using the form below.

See you all January 31st at the Musee Conti!

December 30, 2008 in Nola Stuff | Permalink

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