with Jessica Walsh, Partner at Sagmeister & Walsh
When there are no rules or limitations on a project it’s easy to be overwhelmed by endless possibilities and harder to focus on coming up with great ideas and visual solutions. In their work at Sagmeister & Walsh when they receive a very open creative brief they’ll often make up their own constraints, while also embracing the constraints given to them (budget, time, color pallets, etc) as interesting challenges to be worked with.
Get hands on with Jessica Walsh as you learn the power of making your own rules and constraints in creative work to help guide you to formal and conceptual solutions.
Prepare to get creative and dive head first into a design challenge that will have you thinking both in and out of the box!
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Half-day from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (MDT)
At the Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel
110 9th Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 5A6
The workshop is for anyone in the creative field, or interested in joining the creative field.
Five Things You’ll Learn
– The importance of play in creative work
– How to set rules
– How limitations can lead to innovation
– When to break your own rules
– How to guide yourself to successful, innovative concepts
In this adventure workshop you will discuss how the value of play and creative constraints leads to better design concepts.
Jessica Walsh is a designer & art director working in New York City. She is a partner at the New York based design studio Sagmeister & Walsh. She teaches at the School of Visual Arts & speaks internationally about design and creativity. Her work has won awards from most design competitions including Type Director’s Club, Red Dot, Art Director’s Club, SPD, D&AD, Print, and Graphis. Her work has also been featured in numerous books & magazines & exhibitions. She has also received various celebrated distinctions such as Forbes “30 under 30 greatest makers” Computer Art’s “Top Rising Star in Design,” an Art Director’s Club “Young Gun,” and Print Magazine’s “New Visual Artist”. Clients include: Jay Z, Barneys, Museum of Modern Art, The Jewish Museum, The New York Times, Levis, Adobe, and The School of Visual Arts.