A guided tour from the curator and KPBS contributor Dave Hampton. San Diego Public Library presents a gallery of post-war graphic design and artwork from the "Mad Men" of San Diego.
AIGA San Diego and The San Diego Public Library are teaming up to get you up close and personal with the striking print work of the '50s and '60s.
Free for members & non-members!
5:30 p.m. Registration
6:00 p.m. Guided tour begins
On Thursday, Feb. 9, we'll be visiting the downtown San Diego Library to check out their ongoing Print Culture Exhibition, and we'll have a special guest on hand to be your guide: event curator and KPBS contributor Dave Hampton!
This gallery highlights the post-World War II and Korean War graphic design of artists, illustrators, photographers, designers and many others. You'll see firsthand why they earned the title of the "Mad Men" of San Diego!
Bring a friend — it's completely free!
Street parking available.
Special thanks to San Diego Public Library and the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture