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Please join usat RTKL's Downtown Los Angeles office for an evening focused on digital signage and video wall integration. Presented by Peter Lawrence from premier display manufacturer Planar, this informative session will include an introduction to digital media, new technologies, and how to integrate media into your projects. The presentation will conclude with a Q&A discussion.Food and refreshments will be provided. Please reserve a space by registering here 

We are excited to announce our next Mix It Up event. Reconnect with old friends and meet new ones as the New York Chapter welcomes Xlab attendees to NYC at this happy hour event.

Wednesday November 5, 2014
Cash bar and light hors d'oeuvres from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

The Globe
Back Area 
158 E 23rd Street (between Lexington and Third Avenue) 
New York, NY 10010

Let's kick-off the holiday season with an evening of festivities kindly hosted at the studios of Martinelli Environmental Graphics. This evening will include networking, a shop tour and a product introduction by Arlon Graphics. Also, we'll be making holiday ornaments so you will get a chance to show off your vinyl weeding and squeegee skills!

Please RSVP early so we can plan for catering and materials.

Hope to see you there!

Charlotte Chapter Lunch & Learn with Alchemy Graphics on 10/23

Please join your local SEGD Charlotte Chapter for a Lunch & Learn featuring Alchemy Dimensional Graphics.  Alchemy Dimensional Graphics is a wholesale-only supplier to the architectural signage market.  Their motto "Art, Science, Technology and a Touch of Magic" sums up thier approach to sign manufacturing.  Michael Maloney will share their compression-molded, fully integral sign fabrication process.
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On Tuesday October 7th, the New York Chapter hosted an Small Talks.Big Ideas. with Float4 at the LED Lab. Members came together to experience the LED Lab for networking and presentations by
Alexandre Simionescu, Co-Founder, Managing Partner and Creative Director, Float4 and Marcel DeKeyzer, Founder, LED Lab. The two presentations focused on what the LED lab is, how it is used by designers and the best practices for developing content and projects to meet client needs.
A special thanks to the team at the LED Lab and Float4 for coordinating this event with us!

The second event in our Studio Crawl series, where we are showcasing local EGD firms and giving students a look into the typical day for a local experiential graphic designer. For this crawl, will be getting an up-close-and-personal look at fd2s' new office. Curtis Roberts and Steve Stamper will guide the group.

Join us immediately afterwards for a social, sponsored by S|N|A.


Seven design teams bring temporary installations to the Portland Open Sequence. We explore the role of EGD and XGD in public space and push our creatively with temporary solutions. Come watch the installation during the day, and come back for the 'happening' starting at 6:30pm.   

Revolution in the Landscape: Re-experience Halprin's Fountains
Tuesday, October 7, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Save the date! We have secured an event on November 13 from 4-6PM. The event is free, however, space is limited to 25 and RSVP via Eventbrite is required:

We will gather at Lavazza Espression café at Harbourfront Centre at 4PM. We will tour Harbourfront Centre's studio space and learn about their resources, mentorship, exhibition, etc.

What a successful evening! Thanks again to all who attended the Sign Painters documentary film screening. 



Join SEGD SF for a 90-minute private guided tour with access to “behind the scenes” areas including premium club lounges, press level, locker rooms, green roof and the Sony 49ers Museum. Following our tour we will mingle at chef Michael Mina’s Bourbon Pub.

We are excited to announce our upcoming Small Talks. Big Ideas. with Float4 at the LED Lab. These events allow attendees to participate in engaging presentations and dialogues. Light refreshments will be served. 

Alexandre Simionescu, Co-Founder, Managing Partner and Creative Director, Float4
Marcel DeKeyzer, Founder, LED Lab

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Lucy Richards will be speaking at the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management Conference which takes place on 8 October at Manchester Central. Lucy's paper, titled ‘What if . . . ?’, aims to inspire delegates with innovative design approaches to improved wellbeing for patients, visitors and staff in different healthcare settings.


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We are hosting a Town Hall event to kick-off the new SEGD Los Angeles chapter on October 2nd at Gensler’s downtown office. Our goal at this event is to connect with current and past members to find out what you would like to get out of the new chapter.

RSVP at Eventbrite


The NYC Chapter recently visited the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) to introduce students to SEGD and XGD. On Thursday Sept. 4th, Board Member Bryan Meszaros and Chapter Chairs, Anna Sharp and Anthony Ferrara gave a presentation to Christina Lyons' Graduate Exhibition Design course. The presentation consisted of an introduction to SEGD as well as project examples designed by each member that showed the range of XGD from strategy/planning, signage/wayfinding to digital and retail experiences.  

On Thursday, September 25th, 2014 at 6:30-8:30PM, SEGD Toronto opens its doors for an intimate, one-night only screening of Faythe Levine and Samuel Macon's beautiful 80 minutes documentary: Sign Painters. Sign Painters celebrates the hand-painted sign industry, an American tradition. This documentary explores a fascinating insight into a highly specialized underground trade, emphasizing an appreciation for a balance between art and commerce. 

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Join us at Gelberg Signs - Washington, DC. We will tour the fabrication shop and talk with the architect and designer responsible for Metro's new Silver Line signage. Stick around afterwards for a beer across the street at 3Stars Brewing. 

Gelberg Signs
6511 Chillum Place NW
Washington, DC 20012
Phone: 202-882-7733 or 757-438-2665

Proceed and be Bold! Poster Image

The Printing Museum has secured the rights to screen an acclaimed documentary about Amos Paul Kennedy, a letterpress poster printer from Chicago. Funds raised from the evening will help  preserve the Museum’s outstanding collection of printing equipment.  Proceed and Be Bold! joins Amos for a titillating retelling of his story, while examining the pretensions and provisions of the art world. The work of this self-proclaimed “Humble Negro Printer” raises emotionally-charged questions and reveals remarkable depth beneath the bold print.

An Evening with Lance Wyman, October 19, 2017

The Salt Lake City Chapter of SEGD and Infinite Scale are thrilled to announce this year's speaker at the annual Design for Sport Speaker series will be SEGD Fellow and AIGA Gold Medalist Lance Wyman.

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!

SEGD Philly Fall Mixer

What a wonderful fall evening to spend with old and new friends. It’s been awhile since we’ve gotten our Philly crew together to catch up and connect, we’re so happy that so many responded and came out to enjoy the evening with us. Thank you so much for making time in your busy schedules to come.

Digital by Design, An Expert Panel of Best Practices for Digital Signage


Have you ever wanted to know more about the intersection of content, design, fabrication and technology in the evolving world of experiential graphic design and digital signage? SEGD Denver presents Digital by Design, an expert panel of local and national industry leaders exploring this dynamic and evolving field.

District Dialogue: Hand Lettering

SEGD DCA Presents
District Dialogue: A Lesson on Hand-Lettering

Join us for a fun-filled instructional event, where hand-lettering expert Lindsey Roper will teach us some tricks of the craft while we share in a few drinks. 

Lindsey Roper is a visual designer, lettering artist and donut lover. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, she graduated from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, and has been creating since she could put pencil to paper (or these days, pen tool to tablet).

Last month, Sydney’s experiential design community came together to celebrate the launch of the inaugural SEGD Sydney Chapter.

Nick Bannikoff, Design Manager at BrandCulture and Carlo Giannasca, Head of Environments at Urbanite (Frost*Collective) – Co-Chairs of the SEGD Sydney Chapter – invited designers, architects and suppliers to share their ideas for building a stronger experiential design community here in Sydney.

Carlo kicked things off by saying the new Sydney Chapter is one of 30 SEGD (Society for Experiential Graphic Design) Chapters globally.

SEGD Philly Fall Mixer at the new FMC Tower Level 28

When's the last time you came to an SEGD event? It's been a while?

We'd like to properly introduce ourselves as the new chapter co-chairs for Philly. We've been working hard to get up to speed on all things SEGD including attending the Annual Conference and participating in the Chapter Chair summit. We have a great fall/winter run of events planned that we'll roll out to you shortly, but realized that we should probably make a proper introduction first.


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