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Portland, OR Blog


How does experiential graphic design connect people and place? SEGD invites you to explore the possibilities at a one-night installation along the Lawrence Halprin Open Space Sequence.

Discover a re-imagined landscape where typography, color, imagery, form, light and sound converge to promote playful interactions between people, nature, and architectural form. Each team of multi-disciplinary designers will interpret Halprin’s original concept and explore the significance of interactions in public space.

Begin at the Keller Fountain and follow the path to Pettygrove Park, Lovejoy Fountain, and the Source Fountain. End the evening with a gathering, treats and performance at the Lovejoy Fountain.

DESIGNERS
Mayer/Reed
PNCA Animated Arts
PSU GD: Words that Flow
Second Story
Stefan Lesueur
Sticky

TREATS GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY
Grand Central Bakery
Baker & Spice
Cupcake Jones
Ruby Jewel

SPONSOR
Tube Art Group

IN SUPPORT OF
Halprin Landscape Conservancy

Please reserved a ticket through Eventbrite to let us know you are coming. Tickets are not required for entry.

Terry Schrunk Park, SW 3rd & Morrison

Join us for a round table discussion of how Experiential Graphic Design connects people and place.

Interpretation, wayfinding, and art contribute to our experience of public place. Should it be secondary to the landscape and architecture? Should it make a statement? Bring examples of a favorite project in Portland or from afar.

We will also discuss the design concepts planned for our Design Week Portland event.

Snacks provided. RSVP through Eventbrite.

Join us for an evening with Tube Art Group.

Our Portland Chapter Founding Sponsor and 2014 Sponsor is opening their doors for an evening tour and gathering. Meet the local group, enjoy refreshments and appetizers while you learn about fabrication techniques. We will see sign examples large and small, crane trucks and material samples. It is a hands on night to see, touch and ask questions. Come out to give Tube Art a big thank you for their support this year!

Founded in Seattle, Washington in 1946, Tube Art Group (TAG) is the largest family owned full service sign company in the Pacific Northwest. They focus on providing exceptional service and innovative manufacturing solutions for sign projects of all sizes. They offer a broad range of services, which includes the fabrication of architectural signs, electric signs, scoreboards and advertising displays. In addition to sign manufacturing and installation, Tube Art Group offers production design, permitting and project management.

RSVP through Eventbrite!

We had a great turn out for our recap of this year's annual conference, “Convergence: Crossing Lines”. Delta Cafe provided the perfect atmosphere and delicious southern-style treats to help us recreate the flavor of SEGD in Atlanta. Co-chair Mike Sauer led us through the conference highlights with a slideshow, and there was plenty of NEXPO swag to peruse as we shared memories and reconnected over cocktails.

Thank you Delta Cafe for hosting us, and thanks again to our sponsor Tube Art Group.

Delta Café  | 4607 SE Woodstock Blvd. | Portland, OR 97206

Come share your experiences or be inspired by others who attended this year’s annual conference, “Convergence: Crossing Lines”.

Join us at for cocktails or chicken & waffles and for a chance to reconnect. If you weren’t able to attend, this is a great opportunity to learn about the programs and speakers that were featured.

If you attend the conference in Atlanta and you’d like to share your favorite moments – contact Mike or Kathy. We’ll have a computer and projection screen for slideshows, memories, and inspiration.

Please RSVP through Eventbright.

Sponsored by Tube Art Group.

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