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Salt Lake City, UT Blog

YESCO Shop Tour, November 9th!

The Salt Lake City Chapter of SEGD invites you to join us Thursday, November 9th as we tour local fabricator, YESCO!

Take advantage of a unique opportunity to see how things are made at one of our area's premiere, full-service facilities. To see the shop in action, this tour will take place in the afternoon - Please be at the shop by 1:30pm. We recommend that you allow 20-25 minutes of driving time from Downtown Salt Lake.

To assist in the planning, we ask that you RSVP here!

We hope to see you there. Thank you to YESCO for making this event possible and inviting us inside their operation.


YESCO Salt Lake
1605 South Gramercy Road
Salt Lake City, UT  84104

Thursday, November 9th
1:30 - 3:30pm

Lance Wyman

The Salt Lake City Chapter of SEGD welcomed Lance Wyman to our fair city to share his work and experience with the local design community. The event was a highlight of Salt Lake Design Week, bringing inspiration to 130 members of our community at The Leonardo in downtown Salt Lake City. 

Lance shared his warmth, experience, and insights amassed over a lifetime of solving complex problems with iconic solutions that embody the essence of communication. 

We are grateful to our sponsors (AAA Flag & Banner, Rainier Industries, the University of Utah Department of Art & Art History, The Leonardo, and the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation) whose contributions helped make this event possible and the members of the community who joined us and made our guest feel welcome!

Onward to the next event!

An Evening with Lance Wyman, October 19, 2017

The Salt Lake City Chapter of SEGD is thrilled to announce this year's speaker at the annual Design For Sport™ Speaker Series, presented by Infinite Scale, will be SEGD Fellow and AIGA Gold Medalist Lance Wyman

As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Lance will share his experience creating the look of the games for the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. His graphic system has been cited as “one of the most successful in the evolution of visual identification.”

This event is part of Salt Lake Design Week and is a unique opportunity for the mountain west design community to hear from a pioneer in the field of environmental graphics and branding.

The evening's event will be held in downtown Salt Lake City at The Leonardo Museum. After the presentation, we will have a short Q&A followed by a reception with Lance in the museum's FLIGHT exhibit.

Seating for this event will be limited to the auditorium capacity. Please RSVP to reserve your ticket!

Event Details:
Where: The Leonardo Museum, 209 E 500 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
When: Thursday, October 19, 6-9pm

This free event would not be possible without the support of our very generous sponsors:

Title Sponsor: AAA Flag & Banner
Supporting Sponsors: Rainier Industries and The Leonardo Museum
Contributing Sponsors: The University of Utah Department of Art & Art History* and The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

*Made possible in part by the generous support of the University of Utah Department of Art & Art History, the Carmen Morton Christensen Endowment, the College of Fine Arts, and ASUU.

Behind the Scenes: Mark Hofeling, Production Designer

The Salt Lake City Chapter of SEGD and the Utah Film Commission invite you to join us for an evening with Mark Hofeling, Production Designer, at the Tower Theater on Tuesday, October 17th!

Mark will share his experience working as a production and exhibit designer at the Salt Lake Film Society's historic Tower Theater at 9th and 9th. Join us as we learn about his process and the unique challenges he confronts designing for movies, television, and museums. After the presentation, there will be a Q&A session followed by a reception with Mark in the theater lobby. 

Where: Tower Theater, 876 E 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT  84105

When: Tuesday, October 17th
Doors open at 6:30, presentation at 7:00

The event is free, but we ask you RSVP here to reserve your spot.

We thank the Utah Film Commission for their generous support of this event!

SLC SEGD Summer Social

The Salt Lake Chapter members gathered last night at Fisher Brewing Co. to catch up and discuss upcoming events. The biggest surprise of the evening was our out-of-state guest, Steve Reinisch, The Great Detail Guy! Thanks, Steve for popping in to say hi!

We had team members from Infinite Scale, YESCO, The City Library, Experticity, Atmosphere, Overstock, and the University of Utah. Thanks to everyone for coming out after a holiday weekend.

We are working on a series of events in October - details coming soon!



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