Get-Out-the-Vote Gallery Opening

Sunday / October 23 / 2:00 PM

Tickets (AIGA Members) Tickets (Non-Members)

Mix, mingle, clink and drink a glass of champagne to toast the opening of the DC’s “AIGA’s Get Out the Vote Campaign” (GOTV) poster gallery. Launched on President’s Day and in partnership with the League of Women Voters, AIGA‘s Get Out the Vote campaign wields the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2016 general election, as well as local elections to come. The pop-up GOTV gallery during DC Design Week (DCDW) will showcase posters designed by local creatives, with the occasional appearance of say … a Milton Glaser or Paula Scher piece.

When you’re done perusing the posters, head next door to the DCDW pop-up shop filled with items that were made in DC. Thanks to our friends at Cherry Blossom Collective, Washington Project for the Arts and Typecase Industries. Open all week. Main headquarters for DCDW.

Washington Project for the Arts

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) is an artist-centered catalyst for the creation and presentation of contemporary art. We are the only DC-area organization to support visual artists at all stages of their careers.

Cherry Blossom Creative

Cherry Blossom Creative is a full-service graphic design studio based in the heart of Washington, DC. We thrive on collaboration, creativity, and hard work, and pride ourselves on a work ethic that’s second to none. From corporate identity to creative installations and product packaging, our roster of talented designers are dedicated to delighting our clients each and every time.

Typecase Industries

Typecase Industries is the leading full service design and letterpress print shop in Washington, D.C. Founded in 2012 by three close friends with a passion for print, we’re dedicated to producing high-quality paper goods and fostering creativity. From wedding invitations and business cards, to hand-lettered die-cut masks and hand-bound books, we’re up for anything!


Date & Time


October 23

2:00 PM


Washington Project for the Arts

2124 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20001