AIGA Minnesota created or partnered with other organizations to produce 60+ programs in the past 12 months. Revisit past events below.

AIGA Minnesota’s Diversity & Inclusion committee focuses on access to our organization, improving inclusion efforts of existing programs and events, trainings for our board and members on systemic oppression, the gaining and retention of marginalized creatives, mentorships for leadership positions, and educating our industry on what it means to be inclusive. [read more…]

Join AIGA Minnesota and Wild Rumpus for an event with Jessica Hische, creator of the beautiful new picture book, Tomorrow I’ll Be Kind. [read more…]

Solopreneurs — Developing Business Strategies for 2020 [read more…]

Solopreneurs in September — Heroes, Inspiration and Healthy Competition [read more…]

Join the Digital/UX Committee at our next committee meeting happening at Minneapolis Central Library, Room N-304. All past Digital Committee members and interested persons are welcome!
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We’re looking for local design leaders and enthusiasts to step up and commit to a term of service to help shape the future of the Minnesota chapter. Nominate/apply now. [read more…]

Solopreneurs in September — Heroes, Inspiration and Healthy Competition [read more…]

As a business leader, you know that your branding and marketing decisions can create an impact that goes beyond what meets the eye.

Join us for the Business Conversation to learn how Alomere Health, Curious, 3,2,1, Inc. saw the opportunities in a healthcare rebrand. [read more…]

Save The Date

Ideas and inspirations come faster when you collaborate in a group. Our first ever get together of all AIGA Student Groups to network, get inspired and collaborate. Come see a set of your upperclassmen graduates share their insights the hurdles, the unexpected and all of its rewards. [read more…]

The Fellow Award is the highest honor an AIGA chapter may bestow upon one of its members. Chapter members should submit nominations by October 15 (extended). [read more…]

Solopreneurs in September — Heroes, Inspiration and Healthy Competition [read more…]

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Heather Brooks
Heather Brooks
For as long as she can remember Heather has been a lover of color and pattern and a skilled problem solver. Design brought these two passions together and there has been no looking back.

 Currently in-house at a local nonprofit, Opportunity Partners, Heather spends her days designing print and digital materials to support the mission of advancing the quality of life for adults with disabilities.

Heather holds a BFA in graphic design from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire where she was encouraged to join AIGA as a student. 

In her free time, Heather is out enjoying all the wonderful places in the Twin Cities with her partner, family, friends and dogs, Paisley and Guthrie.