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Lecture: Ann Willoughby on "Designing a Life and a Career"

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Join MODA and AIGA Atlanta on Wednesday, October 18 at 7 p.m. for a lecture with AIGA medalist, Ann Willoughby: "Designing a Life and a Career." 

Ann will share what she has learned over the course of her career, how she took risks, handled failure, and created a thriving design firm while also addressing gender and family issues in the workplace. Milton Glaser has had a profound influence on Ann Willoughby's life and career. She will also share some of the many lessons he has taught her over four decades and how it has enriched her career. 

This lecture will take place at the Hill Auditorium on the Woodruff Arts Center's campus.

Tickets are $15 Adults / $10 MODA & AIGA Members / $8 Students  

More on Ann Willoughby:

Ann Willoughby is a leading voice in graphic design in the U.S. She has taught, written and lectured about the importance of women as design leaders in both business and as a social force. Ann began her design career in 1968 during the second wave of feminism and her life and early design practice were fueled by the social, political and design movements that transformed American during the last decades of the 20th century. She founded Willoughby Design in 1978, creating a thriving design firm while also addressing gender and family issues in the workplace. Since its founding, Willoughby has become nationally known both for its award winning design and for the stimulating and creative environment. The firm has worked with local, national and international clients including the Kauffman Foundation, Omidyar Group, United Nations, Hallmark Cards, Panera Bread, RideKC Transit, Hershey’s and Weight Watchers. In 2014, Ann was awarded the prestigious AIGA Medal, one of the first women in the midwest to receive this honor, awarded to individuals in recognition of their exceptional achievements in the field of design and visual communication. Willoughby has offices in Kansas City and San Francisco as well as the Willoughby Design Barn, a 100 acre creative retreat in Weston, Missouri.