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WELCOME TO DESIGN MEDIA

AIGA & other CURRENT DESIGN EVENTS and info will be posted here

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
http://www.thedenveregotist.com/jobs/internship/lrxd/design-intern

Art Director’s Club of Denver Portfolio Review
https://www.adcd.com/2017/04/10/the-review/

WHEN: Saturday, April 29, 2017
Session 1: 9:30am-12pm
This session is for students who are Freshman/Sophomore/Junior level.
Register for Session 1 >

Session 2: 1pm-3pm
This session is for students who are advanced Juniors and Seniors level.
Register for Session 2 >

WHERE: SPACES Ballpark
2301 Blake Street
Denver, CO, United States, 80205
https://www.spacesworks.com/denver/ballpark/
AIGA MIXER – FREE!
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AIGA MIXER – APRIL 5 – 5:30-9:00

http://colorado.aiga.org/event/come-meet-your-kind-cmyk-fast-and-cold-creative-mixer/

MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY EVENTS

http://www.westword.com/arts/month-of-photography-2017-eleven-not-to-miss-shows-8844113

Alto Gallery
March 10 through April 24

The Denver Collage Club’s Mario Zoots pulls together another great MoP exhibition of a different color, showing how found imagery in new juxtapositions makes for spectacular visuals and altered meanings. Thanks to a global collage community accessible through the Internet, the artists represented range from local club members to national and international contributors, and it’s all good. Props for this partnership between the Denver Collage Club and the Tennyson Arts District’s hip Alto Gallery.

Robischon Gallery
March 16 to May 6, 2017

Robischon Gallery comes through with a trio of photo-based exhibits from gallery artists, beginning with delicate collage work from another trio: three painstakingly animated films — “Phantom Canyon,” “Night Hunter” and “Edge of Alchemy” — by Boulder artist Stacey Steers. Also on the slate is a new selection of Kahn + Selesnick’s elaborate and meticulously staged photographs, and works from Kiki Smith’s Jacquard Tapestry series, collaged works transformed into large-scale “tapestries” via an electronic loom fed by a digital file.

Process: The Altered Photo
Helikon Gallery
March 18 through April 22, 2017
Opening reception: 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 18

Helikon showcases still more techniques for fiddling around with photos with Process: The Altered Photo, a diverse group show shedding light on the myriad ways in which artists can alter, manipulate and mark up photographic images.

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http://colorado.aiga.org/event/creative-techniques-for-well-crafted-design-ink-lounge-mix-it-up/