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Chapter Chairs

Hannah Olin, Environmental Graphic Designer at Gensler in Washington DC
Hannah Olin
Christopher Smith, Executive VP, Gelberg Signs
Christopher Smith
Liza Rao, Gallagher & Associates, Washington DC Designer
Liza Rao
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American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial
American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial
Play Work Build, National Building Museum, Rockwell Group
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AMTRAK's Acela, AMTRAK/National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Calori & Vanden-Eynden
AMTRAK's Acela
Picture This: Windows on the American Home, National Building Museum, Matter Practice/MGMT. design
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RTKL Office, RTKL Associates
RTKL Office
Mini Store, Apple Computer
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The SEGD DCA Chapter invites all E&E attendees and local members to join us for a celebration! Celebrate with us at 3M's Innovation Center with drinks and snacks.

Please register here in advance as names are required for security. 

Address: 1425 K Street Northwest, Suite 300 | Washington, DC 20005
Accessible by McPherson Square Metro Station (blue, orange silver line).

Science and technology can make the world a safer and faster place. When collaboration results in meaningful innovation, solving real problems, it becomes amazing and awe-inspiring. That is why 3M opened its latest Innovation Center in Washington, D.C.  It is a space where people can discover and experience new ways of thinking and learning, observing, and doing work that impact people and reach mutual goals. The Center serves as a hub for 3M to introduce business and government decision and policy makers to its innovative solutions for markets ranging from energy and healthcare, to manufacturing, transportation, defense, and safety.

 Thank you to our sponsors, 3M and PhotoWorksGroup 3M logo PhotoWorksGroup

Blagden Alley is a hidden gem located between Washington, DC’s Logan Circle and Mt. Vernon neighborhoods. Inside these tucked-away streets, you will find many popular restaurants and shops such as Calico, Tiger Fork, Columbia Room, Buttercream and more! Since 2011, the multi-disciplinary design firm, Streetsense, has been involved in turning this under-utilized area into the popular DC destination. This event will begin at the Streetsense office (also located in Blagden Alley) by lead designers, Megan Capo and John DeNapoli, who will be sharing insight into the integral role that place making, interior design and environmental graphics played in creating this urban hotspot. Following the presentation, we will step outside to view a few of these places in person and ultimately landing at Calico for some refreshments.

Not familiar with Blagden Alley or Streetsense? Find out more here!
 

The event is $5, sign up on eventbrite 

Timeline of event:
6:00pm
Meet at streetsense office for presentation and Q&A

7:00-7:15pm
Tour of Restaurants

7:30–9:00pm
Refreshments at Calico

 

Location:
streetsense.
120 Blagden Alley, #300
Washington, DC 20001
streetsense.com

Thank you to our sponsor PhotoWorksGroup

PhotoWorksGroup

 

Spring is upon us!

Come celebrate the nice weather with your friends at SEGD DC. We will be providing drinks and snacks!

Where:
Barcode
1101 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

When:
Thursday, May 10th
6-9pm.

RSVP here!

Thank you to our sponsor:

PWG

Lincoln's Cottage

Presidents Lincoln Cottage
140 Rock Creek Church Rd NW, Washington, DC 20011

Please join us at 6 PM for an insider’s tour of President Lincoln’s Cottage and the temporary exhibit, “America by Belief”! The project team, including client, designers and content developer, will lead the tour. 

President Lincoln's Cottage is historic site and a "home for brave ideas," where Abraham Lincoln made some of his most consequential decisions on the Union, slavery and freedom. "American by Belief: Lincoln and Immigration," a special exhibit now showing at the Cottage, explores the relationship between one of America's most revered presidents and a surprisingly pressing issue of his time—immigration. The exhibit brings to the fore personal stories from Lincoln's time and our own, encourages visitors to contribute their immigration story, and ultimately poses the question, who is American?

Project team
Callie Hawkins, Associate Director for Special Programs, President Lincoln's Cottage

Dr. Jason Silverman, curatorial advisor
Nina Reck, senior graphic designer, Howard + Revis
Santosh Dhamat, exhibit designer, Howard + Revis
Elizabeth Eubank, content developer, writer and project manager, Howard + Revis

Please RSVP Here


Thank you to our sponsor PhotoWorksGroup

 

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Mix & Mingle DCA

SEGD DCA Presents: Mix & Mingle

Tis the season to the time that annually comes around
Where we remember our common ground
An assembly will take place at our local watering hole

To celebrate our common goal

We will recognize the qualifications
That have provided radical installations
We will celebrate the grinding
And the paths we have helped by wayfinding

We will rejoice in congratulations
For all the work that will change generations
And let’s not forget to give thanks
That our paychecks have filled our banks 

Join us on the eve of December 13
Right off the line of the green

For an evening of jolly
With our favorite follies

Prospect Bar :: 1214 U St NW
December 13, 2017 :: 6:30 PM

Join us to toast a great year! Thank you to our sponsor, Gelberg Signs.

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Your SEGD DCA Chairs: Christopher, Hannah and Liza

Please RSVP here

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