Saturday, November 7, 2015 / Syracuse
Get WORKED Up is a mini-conference for student designers. Participants will have the opportunity to: (1) meet, interact and collaborate with their Upstate New York Peers; (2) sharpen their skills during a hands-on design workshop led by a professional designer; (3) prepare for the workplace during talks by and Q&A with Upstate New York professional designers.
All college-level design students are welcome to participate. We encourage student run clubs to bring their members. Bring drawing materials with you for our on-site workshop.
Registration includes lunch. The mini-conference is limited to 45 students. Registration will open October 1 and will remain open until October 30, or until all slots have been filled.
SUNY Oswego Metro Center
A Syracuse city metered lot is located directly south of The Atrium with entrances from both Clinton Street and Washington Street. This lot has free parking all day Saturdays. Additionally, free parking is available Saturdays on the streets surrounding the Metro Center.
THE ATRIUM PARKING GARAGE
M&T PARKING GARAGE
Tuesday, December 1, 2015 - Friday, April 1, 2016
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Show Upstate New York what design can do. Show Upstate why design is important. Show Upstate the power of design. We challenge all student designers to form design teams this school year and commit to making a positive impact on their community.
The top three submissions will be highlighted at Create Upstate 2016 where the community will vote on the ultimate winner. See video’s of last year’s top three submissions.
Participants in this competition retain any and all copyright claims to their work. Your participation in this competition grants AIGA Upstate New York the right to display and publicize your creative work generated for this competition at Create Upstate 2016 and in our print and and digital publications and communications, providing we include appropriate attribution.
Please direct inquiries about the Student Design Challenge to firstname.lastname@example.org.