Virtual Event
Thu, May 21st, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Virtual Event

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Share your thoughts on Design and Community in a (post) COVID world

AIGA MN is hosting Moving in Place – a virtual town hall – giving members of the design community an opportunity to offer opinions, ideas, observations, and insights about how COVID and stay-in-place are impacting design, our community, the business of design, etc. and what we can do about it. 

In this future-focused community brainstorm, we tackle the issues and problems facing our community during this crisis. Like any design problem, we want to ideate together. We’d love to hear your ideas and thoughts on: 

  • How has COVID and stay-in-place changed your views on the future of design?
  • How can design make a difference in a post-COVID world?
  • What can designers do to impact our communities?
  • How can AIGA support the community and these ideas?

Event information

The town hall with be held on Zoom. Everyone in the design community is welcome to join and speak up. We want to hear from you.

Moving In Place Town Hall is free. However, you must pre-register for this event. Click here to register or use the link above.


Staying creative during COVID-19. #stayHome #staySafe #stayCreative

Contact Leadership

Brent Larson
Brent Larson
Vice President
Brent is an award winning Motion, 3D, and Graphic designer with 18 years of experience working in the architectural, manufacturing, legal, corporate, and film industries as a solopreneur, agency, and in-house designer. He has experience in illustration, graphic design, product design, 3D modeling & animation, motion graphics, video production, live & virtual event production, presentation design, art direction, and project management. He currently works as a corporate in-house Principal Motion and Graphic Designer in the MedTech industry.

Before becoming AIGA Minnesota Vice President, Brent served as Chair of the In-House Designers Committee from 2019 - 2023.

Brent volunteers as a mentor for emerging designers and is a member of the AIGA Minnesota Mind to Mind Mentorship Program Committee.

His interests include history, film, design, animation, illustration, 3D printing, model making, woodworking, golf, bowling, fishing, and restoring things.