Join us on July 12 at 6pm for a Design Conversation by Bonnie Siegler.
Bonnie will discuss the power of imagery and the role it plays in social history. And she'll share some of the research that informs her new book, Signs of Resistance: A Visual History of Protest in America. The book features hundreds of iconic, smart, angry, clever, unforgettable images and chronicles what truly makes America great: citizens unafraid of speaking truth to power.
This lecture will be held at the Hill Auditorium in the High Museum, directly across the street from MODA at 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309.
Purchase a ticket for the lecture + a book to be signed by Bonnie or purchase a lecture ticket alone.
About Bonnie Siegler
Bonnie Siegler, voted one of the fifty most influential designers working today by Graphic Design USA, founded and runs the award-winning design studio Eight and a Half. She is best known for her design work for Saturday Night Live, the Criterion Collection, HBO, Late Night with Seth Meyers, StoryCorps, Participant Media, and Newsweek. Most recently, she was the creative director of the Trump parody autobiography You Can’t Spell America Without Me by Alec Baldwin and Kurt Andersen and created the main title sequence for Will & Grace.
Bonnie has taught at the graduate level for many years at the School of Visual Arts and Yale University, conducted workshops at the Maryland Institute College of Art and Rhode Island School of Design and judged design competitions all over the place. Siegler is the author of two new books, Signs of Resistance, which is a visual history of protest in America, and Dear Client, which is a book that will (hopefully) help clients work more successfully with creative people.