RICHARD WILDE on Refueling: Putting Myself Back Into My Work
On Tuesday, October 6th, please join us for a celebratory start to the SPD Speaker Series season as we welcome Richard Wilde, Chair of the Advertising and Graphic Design Department at SVA for "Refueling: Putting Myself Back Into My Work." Shortly before the opening of "The Wilde Bunch" on October 9th celebrating his 40 years shaping the visual culture at SVA, Richard takes time to talk with us about the nature of work, and being a creative soul.
As Richard says,
This talk will address the idea that we have two natures. One that is acquired and one that is inborn. Oft times, in the course of our careers we lose sight of our essential nature and our work becomes more mechanically driven and we lose sight of our original goal of being an artist. The question is, How do I make my work my vital, which will give meaning to my life?
Need to remember why you're doing what you do? Get your tickets now!
Refueling: Putting Myself Back Into My Work
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
137-139 West 26th Street (between 6th & 7th Aves), NYC
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Presenation at 7:00 PM
SPD Members, $10 in advance ($15 at the door, if tickets remain, CASH ONLY)
Non-Members, $15 in advance ($20 at the door, if tickets remain, CASH ONLY)
Students & faculty with valid ID: $7 in advance, $5 (at the door, if tickets remain, CASH ONLY)
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The Society of Publication Designers (SPD)
First and foremost, SPD is a membership organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging excellence in editorial design across all print and digital platforms.
Our members are art directors, designers, photo editors, photographers, illustrators and information graphics professionals, editors and students. Since drafting its charter in 1965, SPD remains the only organization specifically addressing the visual concerns of print and digital editorial professionals, whether that be journalism, storytelling, service or more. Editorial design plays a crucial role in shaping and documenting our common history; as such, the efforts of the Society serve to educate and enlighten our members, their fans, and the general public about the importance of magazines.
We love magazines and the people who make them, however they’re printed, called-up on your screen, or ported on your iPad.