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Friday, February 17, 2012
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

AIA CLE Emerging Practitioner Lecture Series: Process/Progress: WeShouldDoItAll (WSDIA)

AIA CLE Associates Committee Presents: Emerging Practitioner Lecture Series Featuring WeShouldDoItAll (WSDIA) : Progress / ProcessFriday, February 17th5:30PM (talk to begin at 6PM)Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative1309 Euclid AveCleveland, OHFree for studentsEveryone Else: Suggested Donation of $10RSVP at: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ruv4l6dab&oeidk=a07e5iuhwec4809bb0dAfter the lecture, all are welcome to walk to the AIA Cleveland / Joint Professional Association Happy Hour at Drop Bar on West 6th Street in the Warehouse District for continued discussion! WeShouldDoItAll, a New York based graphic, interactive, and architecture multi-disciplinary design studio. Established in 2004, WSDIA designs, develops and mediates interactive, print, motion environmental and spatial projects for a diverse range of clients in varied professions. WSDIA has been recognized nationally and internationally through various awards and competitions, including the prestigious Art Directors Club Young Guns 5 award, which appoints the top 50 designers or studios under 30 years of age. WSDIA devised and produced the branding and exhibition design for New York's Governors Island, The Park at the Center of the World, which went on to win the Event Design Awards Bronze Prize in 2008. WSDIA created the New Practices New York 2008 exhibition which went on to receive three major design awards, the Type Directors Club's 'TDC55 Certificate of Typographic Excellence? (2009), Creative Review's, ?The Annual? (2009) and AIGA's, ?365:Annual 30?, (2009).WSDIA?s recent projects include a temporary 4,000 sq. ft. space for Nike Running in the Bronx; designed an exclusive Nike product case for six NFL players; under the umbrella of Ralph Appelbaum & Associates, WSDIA is one of the lead exhibition design teams for the National Museum of African American History & Culture coming to Washington D.C. in 2015, designed by David Adjaye. Past clients include AIA NY Center for Architecture, Archi-Tectonics, Art Directors Club of New York (ADC), Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Diesel, Floto+Warner, Governor?s Island Preservation & Education Corporation (GIPEC), Jill Stuart, Hall & Partners and Kiehl?s.WSDIA was founded by Jonathan Jackson (1979), who graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Architecture. He has previously worked for architects, Studio Archea in Florence, Italy, Archi-Tectonics//Winka Dubbeldam, and Lindy Roy in New York.Sarah Nelson (1982) is partner at WSDIA. She graduated with a BFA from Boston University with a focus in Graphic Design and a minor in Art History. She has worked for Ingredient, Area17, and Helicopter in New York. Upcoming talks this spring to include: (schedule tentative)March 2nd: Mike Herpy (Constru Casa)March 30th: Wayne Mortensen (Rose Fellow, NPI, Inc, AIA National Associate Director)April 13th: Eric Cesal (project manager, AfH Haiti, author of Down Detour Road:An Architect In Search of Pratice) Lecture brought to you thanks to direct support from AIA Ohio.TBA: Studio Graypants (Seattle / Amsterdam based multi-disciplinary design studio). Special thanks to AIA Cleveland, Kent State University's CUDC, and AIA Ohio for providing support to help make this series a reality!AIA CLE Associates Committee Presents: Emerging Practitioner Lecture Series Featuring WeShouldDoItAll (WSDIA) : Progress / ProcessFriday, February 17th5:30PM (talk to begin at 6PM)Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative1309 Euclid AveCleveland, OHFree for studentsEveryone Else: Suggested Donation of $10RSVP at: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ruv4l6dab&oeidk=a07e5iuhwec4809bb0dAfter the lecture, all are welcome to walk to the AIA Cleveland / Joint Professional Association Happy Hour at Drop Bar on West 6th Street in the Warehouse District for continued discussion! WeShouldDoItAll, a New York based graphic, interactive, and architecture multi-disciplinary design studio. Established in 2004, WSDIA designs, develops and mediates interactive, print, motion environmental and spatial projects for a diverse range of clients in varied professions. WSDIA has been recognized nationally and internationally through various awards and competitions, including the prestigious Art Directors Club Young Guns 5 award, which appoints the top 50 designers or studios under 30 years of age. WSDIA devised and produced the branding and exhibition design for New York's Governors Island, The Park at the Center of the World, which went on to win the Event Design Awards Bronze Prize in 2008. WSDIA created the New Practices New York 2008 exhibition which went on to receive three major design awards, the Type Directors Club's 'TDC55 Certificate of Typographic Excellence? (2009), Creative Review's, ?The Annual? (2009) and AIGA's, ?365:Annual 30?, (2009).WSDIA?s recent projects include a temporary 4,000 sq. ft. space for Nike Running in the Bronx; designed an exclusive Nike product case for six NFL players; under the umbrella of Ralph Appelbaum & Associates, WSDIA is one of the lead exhibition design teams for the National Museum of African American History & Culture coming to Washington D.C. in 2015, designed by David Adjaye. Past clients include AIA NY Center for Architecture, Archi-Tectonics, Art Directors Club of New York (ADC), Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Diesel, Floto+Warner, Governor?s Island Preservation & Education Corporation (GIPEC), Jill Stuart, Hall & Partners and Kiehl?s.WSDIA was founded by Jonathan Jackson (1979), who graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Architecture. He has previously worked for architects, Studio Archea in Florence, Italy, Archi-Tectonics//Winka Dubbeldam, and Lindy Roy in New York.Sarah Nelson (1982) is partner at WSDIA. She graduated with a BFA from Boston University with a focus in Graphic Design and a minor in Art History. She has worked for Ingredient, Area17, and Helicopter in New York. Upcoming talks this spring to include: (schedule tentative)March 2nd: Mike Herpy (Constru Casa)March 30th: Wayne Mortensen (Rose Fellow, NPI, Inc, AIA National Associate Director)April 13th: Eric Cesal (project manager, AfH Haiti, author of Down Detour Road:An Architect In Search of Pratice) Lecture brought to you thanks to direct support from AIA Ohio.TBA: Studio Graypants (Seattle / Amsterdam based multi-disciplinary design studio). Special thanks to AIA Cleveland, Kent State University's CUDC, and AIA Ohio for providing support to help make this series a reality!

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