Join us as we participate in year two of San Diego Design Week with our digital showcase, PROJECTING FUTURES.
PROJECTING FUTURES looks at design and its power to connect, inspire and act. Developed in partnership with local designers and students from San Diego and Tijuana, works will be projected onto the façade of the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park featuring a range of motion design – from kinetic typography, to motion graphics, to video – and set to a special soundtrack provided by the San Diego Youth Symphony.
The special showcase takes place Friday, September 10th, from 8:30-9:30PM with four 15-minute showings during the hour. Viewers will be guided through a dynamic design exploration through themes of education, transformation, resilience, connection, balance, and play.
Viewing is FREE and open to the public. Although registration is not required to attend the showcase, we would love to get an idea of attendee count. Please let us know if you’re interested in attending.
AIGA San Diego volunteers will be on-site to answer any questions you may have.
The following designers will be featured in this year’s showcase:
• Jae Edison
• Alexandra Endsley
• Grant Gabriel
• Foi Jiménez
• Sonia Lopez
• Claudia Moncada
• Antonio Mustico
• OurWorlds XR360°
• Your Design Pals
• Visual Asylum
• LINK Students—Learn about our LINK program.
– Emily Gonzalez
– Daniel Hernandez
• San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts Student—Learn more.
– Jae Edison
Nicole & Daniel Gordon
Asuka & Noel Garcia
Steve, Robie & Caylix La
Merrit & Marsha Long
Ken & Amy Gary
Questions or Assistance
If you need any assistance or have further questions about the event, please email: email@example.com
To ensure the safety of our community, attendees will be required to follow social distancing measures and COVID-19 protocol. Learn more.
Thank You to Our Partners
Sonder Eyes Productions, DayGo Cinema, San Diego Youth Symphony, NittyGrittyBrands, Neyenesch Printers, LINK, San Diego Unified School District, ArtReach, Spreckels Organ Society, and San Diego Parks & Recreation.