Yo Sydney!!!! Hope you’re all surviving the wet, wet weather! To start with, the Rizzeria is running a class in Letterpress! Get along and learn a classic technicque. To go the opposite way, there’s a 101 class in 3D printing! Plus get in early and register for General Assembly’s Young Visionaries event! For sure something not to miss. If you’re after more events out of the weather, make sure you drop in to the Adman exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW to check out Warhol before Pop! It’s a killer exhibition with a lot of work never before seen. If you don’t feel up to braving the weather, brush up that portfolio with the TDK: Get A Job course! Now, make sure you keep an eye on The Design Kids Sydney page as we will be announcing our next #TDKTuesdays for the year. If the Hoyne visit was anything to go by, it’s going to be a cracker! Now get out there, keep checking that calendar for new events and get amongst it!!!
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Clear your calendar - It's going to be a big one folks! You're invited to take part in the festivities. Adobe has teamed up with The Design Kids Sydney hosted by Beau and Chip plus General Assembly to create an awesome night.
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.
We manage a program of awards, exhibitions, seminars and professional development activities for our members. Many of these activities are also available to the wider design and business communities.
On the Grid is a user-friendly guide curated by talented local designers who want to share exceptional places in their neighborhood with the rest of the world. On the Grid was created by Hyperakt, a design agency based in Brooklyn.
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee!
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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.