401 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, California 94102

Presented by AIGA San Francisco
Herbst Theatre
401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
7:00 PM - Lecture
Materials designed by the speakers will be available for purchase and signing at their respective lectures.

Bonnie Siegler and Emily Oberman | NO.17
Emily Oberman and Bonnie Siegler founded Number Seventeen—a multidisciplinary design studio working in television, film, print, and the Web—in the summer of 1993.
Some of their recent work includes all collateral for the World Trade Center Memorial foundation; the new titles for Saturday Night Live (which they have been doing for 12 years); the titles for Shut Up and Sing, the documentary about the Dixie Chicks; the conceptualization and design of the culture Web site veryshortlist.com; the Daily Candy book; creative direction and design of Colors magazine; the identity and advertising for Air America Radio; advertising and design for New York’s River to River Festival (for five years); the creation and design of Lucky magazine; and the identity/packaging for Homemade Baby, a new line of organic baby food.

Other clients include NBC, IAC, Nickelodeon, Hyperion, MTV, HBO, Will & Grace, The Mercer Hotel, the Chateau Marmont, and Starwood Hotels.

Before starting Number Seventeen, Emily was a senior designer at Tibor Kalman’s M&Co. And before that she went to Cooper Union. Emily is a past president of the New York Chapter of the AIGA. Before that she served on its national board.

Before starting Number Seventeen, Bonnie was the design director at VH1. And before that she went to Carnegie Mellon University. Bonnie is a past treasurer of the New York Chapter of the AIGA and is currently serving on its national board.

In their spare time, they teach Design for Television at Cooper Union and in the MFA program at the School of Visual Arts, and are visiting critics for the Yale University graduate design program.

AIGA Members: Individual tickets $20 / $50 for the series
Non-members: Individual tickets $30 / $80 for the series
Students (with ID): Individual tickets $15 / $40 for the series

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Admission will also be available at the door, space permitting.
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The San Francisco chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, presents the seventeenth (almost) annual Design Lecture Series.
One of the oldest and most important lecture series dedicated to the convergence of technology, art and design, this year's series continues a tradition of bringing world-renowned professionals to one of the world's great creative capitals.

This year's lineup showcases different avenues in which creativity and design influence our culture. Each speaker brings a unique perspective to the conversation, and another link in what may appear to be an uncommon thread.

Official Website: http://aigasf.org/events/event_dls07.html

Added by juniferous on April 13, 2007