Running a Small Studio: What it Means, Why it Works

A panel discussion on the pros and cons of working in an intimate, collaborative agency.

How do some of New York City’s top design studios start small, stay small, and still compete with much larger agencies?

Join us this Thursday, February 22nd at the Museum of Arts and Design to talk some real-world strategies around something we know well: creating and running a small-scale studio. We’re going because Trollbäck CD Rosie Garschina has once again helped organize AIGA New York’s monthly panel talk.

Panelists will include agency founders Teddy Blanks (CHIPS), Geoff Halber (Everything Type Company), and Kelli Miller (And/Or). The discussion will be moderated by Keira Alexander (Work-Order).

Stop by, say hi, and get inspired for your latest creative venture.

Time + Date
Thursday February 22, 2018

Museum of Arts and Design
Columbus Circle
New York, NY

AIGA student members: $5
AIGA members: $10
Friend / Nonmember: $20

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