Sunday, December 20, 2009

AIGA-NYC Presents Panel of Top Design Bloggers

AIGA-NYC featured "Design Blogging is Changing Everything" as their Fresh Dialogue 25 December meeting at the Tishman Auditorium in lower Manhattan.

Every day, hour, and minute, design blogs present an unprecedented and ever-expanding diversity of design. AIGA-NY brought together four design blog luminaries (left) followed by a discussion of how design blogs are changing design, investigating the unintended consequences of self-publishing, and what blogging can achieve for its readers, writers, and the design community at large.

The event featured presentations by Khoi Vinh/, Josh Rubin/, Tina Roth Eisenberg/, Allan Chochinov/ with a discussion moderated by Alice Twemlow, chair of the SVA design criticism MFA Program and contributing editor at

Moderator Alice Twemlow (right) (a non-blogger) is a writer, critic and educator whose work focuses on graphic design. Twemlow earned an MA in design history from a joint program of the Royal College of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. She has been a guest critic at the Yale University School of Art and at RISD. In 2006 the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York named Twemlow the chair of its new Master of Fine Arts in Design Criticism.

Alice Twemlow writes for Eye, Design Issues, I.D., Print, New York Magazine and The Architect’s Newspaper. Twemlow is also a contributor to the online publication: Voice: AIGA Journal of Design and

Click on the heading above to go to the panel site.

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