Hey hey Adelaide! Hopefully you’re all making the best of the break right now, and took up the chance to check out AGDA’s First Five Out last Tuesday, where we heard from panellists about their study and their first few years in the industry. Missed out? Not to worry, there’s still plenty of exhibitions to see, as well as photography and hand lettering workshops running this month. You can still catch Kristen Coleman’s Parallel exhibition showing at FELTspace until the 22nd – and make sure you hit up our TDK calendar to see what else is on. Finally, if you’re after a little inspiration, there is a great studio interview on TDK to check out with one-time pizza chef and now Adelaide designer, Tobias Blackwood. Stay tuned for some details for the return of #TDKTuesdays!
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The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) is the national organisation for professional graphic designers. It was founded in 1988 to facilitate the advancement of the graphic design profession in Australia.
Based in Adelaide, we’re a creative bunch with a passion for brand management across the design, print and web platforms.
In 1987, Billy Blue Creative decided to open a tiny design school to train people who would eventually work in the studio. A crowd of about four was expected. Sixty-six people enrolled and there was a long waiting list.
In essence, the school was created by industry for industry and we’ve been building on that concept ever since.