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AIGA Grand Valley Presents 3rd Annual Pattern Show

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AIGA Grand Valley is holding its 3rd Annual Pattern Show on Friday, March 25th. The exhibit is free and open to the public, and will be on display from 8-11pm at the DAAC. The theme of the exhibition is Maps & Direction.

The Pattern Show is a poster exhibit curated by the AIGA Grand Valley student group. Collectively, submissions chosen for display will visually represent the unity of Grand Valley State University designers and artists of all disciplines, and promote AIGA as a valuable resource for young artists in the community.

All posters will feature a pattern incorporating the theme of Maps & Direction. Around 15 student and alumni posters will be on display and for sale during the show. Other items such as notebooks and notepads with previous Pattern Show designs will also be sold.

Elyse Flynn, a senior graphic design student and president of AIGA Grand Valley will be attending and participating in the show for the second time. “The Pattern Show was started a few years ago and really did a wonderful job of showing the community some of the things we produce as designers. It gives the members a chance to create something on their own time, each one showcasing each individual’s unique style.”

AIGA is a professional association for design that stimulates thinking about design, demonstrates the value of design and empowers the success of designers at each stage of their careers. AIGA represents more than 20,000 design professionals, educators, and students through national activities and local programs developed by 65 chapters and 200 student groups. The Grand Valley student group is located in Allendale, Michigan and is part of AIGA West Michigan.

For more information, please visit the Facebook event page http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=188885894483165 or email [email protected]

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