money makes the world go â€˜round,
design makes it stop.
Today, design is all around us. Weâ€™re immersed in it. It permeates our daily lives, influences our behavior and is defining the human experience as a strikingly visual one. Once the exclusive domain of skilled professionals, new tools, channels and software have emerged in the last decade to create opportunities for anyone to design, distribute and put their ideas on display. With Graphic Design: Now In Production, come explore design as it exists today in a state of constant re-imagination.
Graphic Design: Now in Production, featuring work produced since 2000, is a dynamic exploration of communication design in all its vitality. Come see this incredible showcase of design-driven magazines, newspapers, books and posters that inform and entertain. The proliferation of branding programs for companies, communities and individuals that shape our views. The entrepreneurial spirit of designer-produced products that re-assert style as part of the sale. The second coming of typography, thanks to digital media. The storytelling aspect of film and TV titles that pick up where the James Bond opening sequence left off. And the design of information itself, transforming dull data into compelling perspectives and narratives that enlighten our thinking and open our minds. Oct. 2 6, 2 013 Feb. 23, 2014. Only at SECCA.
Experience the Family Programming
Gallery walk-through and dinner
Nov. 9 12pm to 4pm
with Doug Powell Ticketed event
Community Day: Kids as Designers Features art activities Free Jan. 11 & Feb. 15 10am to 12pm
2nd Saturday Morning Cartoons & design making Free Jan. 23 4pm to 7pm
Teacher Night @ SECCA
Oct. 30 5:30pm
Sustainable Business Awards and Celebration Hosted by The Winston-Salem Sustainability Resource Center Free Oct. 30 7pm
Design Talk: “Sustainability in Design”
Talk @ SECCA
Keynote with Holly Robbins, a pioneer in ecologicallysustainable design and partner and creative director of This is Folly Free
Oct. 25 6:30pm
Oct. 31 12 noon
Design and education Free
Exhibition Opening: “Evening as an Adman” With special guest Doug Powell, IBM Design Ticketed event Oct. 26 10am
Design Talk: “Enhancing and Revitalizing Brands with Design” with Doug Powell Ticketed event Oct. 26 6pm
Roundtable and Lunch: “Sustainability in Design” with Holly Robbins and Adam Sebastian, designer with Walter Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects and founder of Designfluence Ticketed event
changing face of design. Nov. 14 6pm
Design Talk: “The Biology of Symbols” Robert Bringhurst, author of The Elements of Typographic Style, at Byrum Welcome Center, Kulynych Auditorium, Wake Forest University. Part of the Letterforming exhibition at the Charlotte and Philip Hanes Gallery at WFU opening Oct. 21 Free
Month of Feb.
Andrew Blauvelt, Exhibition Curator, Walker Arts Center Ticketed event
Film @ SECCA Held on third Thursdays at 7pm. $8 / $5 (students and AIGA members) per film
Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative
The Real Mad Men: The Renegades of Madison Avenue and the Golden Age of Advertising Andrew Cracknell
Sept. 19 Dec. 12 7pm
From Nothing, Something
Jan. 9 7pm
A film about the crossroads of traditional and modern design techniques
Panel Discussion: Printmaking
Panel Discussion: “Women in Graphic Design”
Jan. 29 7pm
Design Talk: Paula Scher, Designer, Artist, and Principal at Pentagram Ticketed event Feb. 6 7pm
Career Roundtable Free
A documentary on the creative process
Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore: A Novel Robin Sloan
Celebration of Books in the Exhibition Jan. 16
Charles and Ray Eames: The Architect and the Painter
Readers’ Pick: Biographies Feb. 20
A documentary charting the careers of design’s most influential couple
Note: Events are held at SECCA unless otherwise noted. Pricing and dates are subject to change. This is not a comprehensive schedule. Check our website at www.secca.org for up-to-date information.
Sign Painters A film that touches on a unique art form and its participants
Book Club @ SECCA Held on third Thursdays unless noted at 11:45am and 5:30pm Free
Faythe Levine & Sam Macon
Now in Production Party Like an Adman: Oct. 25, 2013 @ 7pm
This ticketed preview party, “Evening as an Adman,” lets you be the first to preview Graphic Design: Now in Production.
Enter the era of the creative revolution and marvel at the marketing masters of Madison Avenue. Enjoy this retro evening with Sammy Sinatra and the Mad Men and their contemporary “Rat Pack” musical flair, along with fab cocktails and mind-bending interactive entertainment. Come with your crisp whites, pinstripes, kitten heels and pillbox hats and don’t leave home without your pocket squares. The party is sponsored in part by M Creative of Winston-Salem and Computer Tree of Winston-Salem.
What’s included in the ticket price? • Opening Tickets @ $40; Student Tickets @ $25 • One drink voucher, light fare, preview of Graphic Design: Now in Production • Early entry into the party @ 6:30pm (party starts at 7pm) • Live entertainment by Sammy Sinatra and the Mad Men
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Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
750 Marguerite Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
336 725 1904
Cover: cyan, Flieger [detail], 2010, Courtesy Maharam Digital Projects; Inside panel one: Meike Gerritzen, Beware of Software vest from the Saved by Droog Project, 2010. Text: Geert Lovink, Photo: Stefanie Gr채tz, Courtesy Droog Design; Page 2: Anthony Burrill, Oil & Water Do Not Mix, 2010, conceived and produced in collaboration with Happiness, Brussels, Courtesy the artist; Page 3: Daniel Eatock, Felt-Tip Print [detail], 2006, Courtesy the artist. Page 4: Peter Buchanan-Smith, Best Made Company First Aid Kit, 2009-2011, Courtesy Best Made Products; Chris Dixon, New York, December 22-29, 2008, Courtesy the publisher; Page 6: Fanette Mellier, Specimen, 2008, Courtesy the artist.
Graphic Design: Now in Production is co-organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and the Smithsonianâ€™s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York. The show was co-curated by Andrew Blauvelt, Chief of Communications and Audience Engagement and Curator of Design, and Ellen Lupton, Senior Curator of Contemporary Design, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. SECCA is an affiliate of the North Carolina Museum of Art, a division of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. SECCA receives organizational support from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Additional funding is provided by the James G. Hanes Memorial Fund. The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Artâ€™s presentation of Graphic Design: Now in Production is generously sponsored by The John Wesley and Anna Hodgin Hanes Foundation.
For hours of operation and up-to-the-minute details about current exhibitions, openings, family events, speakers, films and more, visit www.secca.org. Admission is free. Southeastern-Center-for-Contemporary-Art-SECCA SECCAcontempArt