Virtual Event
Sun, Jun 26th, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Virtual Event

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New year—new initiatives, AIGA MN is starting a book club to encourage thoughtful, responsible, and inquisitive discourse among members. Please join AIGA MN Book Club, ReadON, in a judicious and respectful discourse on a myriad of topics. Let us together explore a variety of topics focusing on design history, activism, theory, pedagogy, practice, and many others. Every other month we will come together to share our opinions on the read book.

Attendees are invited to take turns sharing their impressions and contribute to the discourse shining more light on these untold stories. We also invite you to join us in sharing your impressions and observations via social media. All are welcome to participate in social media follow-up discussions, whether or not you are able to attend the meetings. We invite you to use #AIGAMN, #BookClub, and #readON hashtags.

The third book chosen, for our June meetup, is Extra Bold: A Feminist, Inclusive, Anti-racist, Nonbinary Field Guide for Graphic Designers by Ellen Lupton, Jennifer Tobias, Josh Halstead, Leslie Xia, Kaleena Sales, Farah Kafei, and Valentina Vergara. This book is the inclusive, practical, and informative career handbook that we have all been waiting for. If you would like to submit book nominations for future considerations, feel free to reach out to Danilo Bojic, AIGA MN Director of Education.

Contact Leadership

Danilo Bojic
Danilo Bojic
Director of Education
As a native Serbian, born and raised in Belgrade, Danilo has earned his BFA in Graphic Communications and BA in Art History from the University of Houston in 2009. In 2012 Danilo had successfully defended his thesis and holds an MFA Degree in Graphic Communications from the University of Houston.

Danilo engages the questions of enticing shifts in perception in design education and the influence of contemporary society and culture on our visual cognition in his research practice. His goal is to visually investigate the ability to communicate in different formats and create different levels of cognition through perception, acceleration, and construction of messages that raise consciousness, sensitivity, and conviction.

In his teaching practice, Danilo is committed to transforming the traditional design curriculum to expand the level of understanding of core and advance theoretical principles while utilizing historical and contemporary knowledge to enhance the learning experience. Danilo currently teaches design at Winona State University in Minnesota, USA.