AIGA Toledo spent 2016 focusing on an Award Winning community-based art project that connected communities through pulling up a chair and sharing stories of positivity about Strong Women of Toledo. Learn more about how The Sit&Tell Project raised $7,500 to give back to the Toledo art community.
AIGA Toledo now has a new, permanent, and beautiful headquarters all it's own as an extension of the Communica building. Located at 705 Monroe St., toledo OH
Andrew Shea is the principal at MANY, a graphic design studio based in New York City. He is the author of Designing for Social Change and has written for various publications, including Design Observer, AIGA, and Design Impact Hub.
Keetra Dean Dixon is a Designer, Director, and Artist. Her hybrid design background and expertise in graphic design often leads her work towards speculative terrain, leveraging emergent technologies and the shortcomings of ubiquitous creative tools. She has been recognized on several fronts including a U.S. presidential award, a place in the permanent design collection at the SFMOMA, and the honorable ranking of ADC Young Gun (6).
Antionette D. Carroll has been confirmed as a talent judge for the AIGA Toledo Sit & Tell project! Antionette is the founder and executive director of Creative Reaction Lab, a social enterprise cultivating creative leadership to improve the human experience through immersive challenges. Using her background in graphic design and non-profit management, Antionette founded Creative Reaction Lab in response to the death of Michael Brown, Jr. on August 9, 2014. As a practicing social impact design strategist and consultant, Antionette knew the importance of the merging of design methodologies and...
The Sit & Tell Project (sitandtell.com) is a community driven storytelling, art, design, and engagement project that will span the entire city of Toledo. Built off the history and success of award winning collaborative AIGA Toledo programs like You Are Here Toledo, The Sit & Tell Project will align the heart and soul of city residents with the visual insights of artists and designers coming together for one core cause: strengthening the