The largest gathering of talent in Nebraska. Show is Nebraska's most prestigious juried competition, honoring and showcasing the year's most outstanding design work.
Join us at the exhibit opening! We'll have food provided by Kitchen Table and drinks from Magnolia and Lucky Bucket. The night starts off with opening remarks and presentations from the judges. You do not want to miss this!
Don't worry about your trip home! Book your room by October 21, 2015 at 5:00 PM MST to receive a discounted room rate at Magnolia Hotel. http://bit.ly/1MMC7pJ
5:30 PM CST
Saturday, November 14, 2015
1111 Jones Street, Omaha, NE 68102
AIGA Members: FREE
5:30 PM: Kicking the night off with cocktails
6:15 PM: Opening remarks and judge presentations
7:00 PM: Exhibit opens
MEET THE JUDGES
Our judges have volunteered their time to analyze and scrutinize your work for Show. Judging takes place in two parts: the first digital, where our judges work independently; and the second in person, reviewing your physical mounted work.
Our judges travel far and wide to judge and attend Show. Let's hear a round of applause for them!
LAUREN HOM | Designer and Letterer
Hom Sweet Hom is the studio of Lauren Hom, a California-born, Brooklyn-based designer and letterer. Known for her bright color palettes and playful letterform.
DAN CEDERHOLM | Co-founder of Dribbble
A longtime advocate of standards-based web design and keynote speaker at events around the globe, Dan has worked with YouTube, Microsoft, Google, MTV, ESPN, Electronic Arts, Blogger, Fast Company, and more.
DAVID SIZEMORE | Art Director for MailChimp
Before transitioning to the world of technology startups, David billed hours at branding agencies for clients like Microsoft, Russell Athletics, Goodyear, and Carnival. He continues to participate in freelance branding and illustration projects.
SHOW US WHAT'CHA GOT!
Get your best photos and information together so you can submit your work today! http://shownebraska.org/
ENTER: Aug. 3 - Sep.18
JUDGING: Oct. 3 - Oct. 17
SECOND ROUND ENTRY: Oct. 18 - Oct. 30
EXHIBIT: Nov. 14, 2015