CREATIVE SUMMIT 28 PRESENTS
CHGO DSGN GONE TX
The Lone Star State Welcomes Six Stars
Internationally recognized Graphic Designer Rick Valicenti is coming
to Texas – and he’s bringing five of Chicago’s hot designers with him.
Fresh off his breakthrough success as curator and moderator of
CHGO DSGN, a major exhibition of Recent Object and Graphic
Design, Mr. Valicenti hand-picked these design leaders to share
their thoughts and experiences with us. CHGO DSGN GONE TX
Curated and moderated by Rick Valicenti
Guest speakers will include:
Duncan Jackson (Billings Jackson Design)
Renata Graw (Plural)
Angie West (West Supply Co.)
Jennifer Mahanay (Wright)
Matthew Hoffman (Hey, it's Matthew)
March 27 and 28, 2015
Texas State University
San Marcos, Texas
Registration includes admittance into the conference and the option of entering the student competition where cash prizes will be awarded. Your fee will also cover a box lunch on Saturday.
- Pre-registration online is $85 until Sunday, March 22
- Registration is $100 at the conference
Registration includes admittance into the conference and a box lunch on Saturday.
- Pre-registration online is $175 until Sunday, March 22
- Registration is $200 at the conference
Please feel free to download and print the poster below.
"The Creative Summit is a wonderful amalgamation of imaginative minds. Where else can students overflowing with fresh ideas bounce their best concepts off of design legends over tacos and beer?"
"The Creative Summit helped me realize why I chose to devote my life to art but more specifically Graphic Design. What a gift. Thank you."
Student Attendee, Texas State University - San Marcos
"The Creative Summit is one of those rare events that so perfectly blends professional, academic and social interests, that attending is always immensely enjoyable and consistently beneficial."
Past Speaker & Creative Summit Evangelist
About the Summit: Conference & Student Competition
The Creative Summit was founded by Chris Hill to further the knowledge and spirit of creativity in his students; he taught graduate students for 15 years at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University). Now in its 28th year, the Creative Summit has grown into a highly respected student competition and conference that is attended by students and professionals from all over the country. The Creative Summit is a non-profit organization established by Chris's studio, HILL. All proceeds are applied toward cash scholarships awarded for outstanding work. If you have joined us in years past, welcome back. If you've never been before, we're glad you're finally here!