Creating in a vacuum of isolation is tough as we forego necessary parts of the creative process such as brainstorming and personal feedback. To support our working at home creatives, AIGA chapters from St. Louis, Baltimore, and Asheville are teaming up to provide you with a way to share ideas and get creative feedback from your peers. Meet new people from other cities while enjoying new inspiration and fresh perspectives.
How it works: You’ll join a small Zoom breakout room with three other attendees. Each participant will get 15 minutes to present and receive feedback from their peers.
Rules and best practices:
Constructive criticism only; have a solution in mind
Your criticism is your opinion; no one is right or wrong
Respect time limits
Respect each other
What’s said in Zoom stays in Zoom. Confidentiality is key
Put in as much as you want in return – the more you participate, the more your peers will want to help you out.
- Web UX/UI
- Ad campaign
- Student projects
- Fine art/illustration
- Misc/not listed