Meet the Board
We have an amazing group of board members at AIGA Philly and we want you to meet them all! What better way to start than with our President.
We have received not one, but two AIGA Innovate grants for special initiative projects, which will have a significant impact on our local and national design community.
Together we WILL do amazing things.
Known for his time as Vice President of Creative Design at furniture company Herman Miller, Steve Frykholm pushed the envelope as the company's first in-house graphic designer by creating, early in his career, the now iconic posters for the Herman Miller Summer Picnic Series.
It has been my great pleasure and sincere honor to serve AIGA Philadelphia as President. My two-year term comes to an end on Friday, June 30th. These years have had a tremendous impact on my life.
Previously co-President of the Philadelphia University Student AIGA Chapter, Lauren King was featured in GDUSA as a 2017 Student to Watch and is this month's Member Spotlight.
The Fresh Award celebrates one emerging designer who is creating stellar work and breaking boundaries in our local design community.
The highest honor an AIGA chapter can bestow upon one of its members, this award recognizes those who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in our local community and chapter.
Congratulations to AIGA Philadelphia President, Lauren Dougherty, on being named a Philadelphia Business Journal's Outstanding Director for 2017.
AIGA Philadelphia proudly presents Design Conversations, a podcast series featuring creatives in the field of design. We’ll get the scoop on their work and personal life, as well as the inspiration and experiences that have shaped their career.
This month, our Member Spotlight shines on Stacey Toseland! She's a Senior Graphic Designer and active member of our chapter. She's played a significant helping hand in organizing our upcoming event with Isabel Urbina Peña as a dedicated volunteer on in our chapter's Women's Leadership Committee.
Learn more about her below.
Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities.