This is an old school Graphic Design critique. Honesty and open mindedness are critical to the process as long as that honesty can be backed up by some learned experience.
No one pays. No one should, really, it doesn't make sense. Especially not here in Columbus, a town where its community drives and pushes itself. That said, from my experience, I've not seen that type of energy within the creative community. I'd like to change that.
How it works:
- bring a curated selection of semi-current work (up to 5 pieces) in either PDF, jpg or physical form to show to the group. Please bring a flash drive.
- an optional introduction to the pieces will be welcomed then we'll open up for group conversation about the piece
- some drinks will be provided but BYOB is encouraged, snacks welcome
- keep it respectful
- before you speak, you must be able to backup whatever you say
- keep an open mind
- same approach as art school, we're bringing it back
The 301 Original studio is a safe space for designers (and creatives as a whole) to grow. That means we are judgement-free. Think your material is going to be too edgy to show your family? Totally cool, anything goes here (there better be a good reason behind it though) so don't hesitate to push creative boundaries.
Hope to see you at the 301 Original critique.