March 5th this year marks 50 years for IDSA. What better a way to celebrate than to meetup with old friends and learn more about Indiana native Walter Dorwin Teague. Member and student special pricing, see below.
The Design Arts Society of the IMA, AIGA (the professional association for design), and IDSA (Industrial Designers Society of America) present:
Teague: Design & Beauty
A feature documentary on the life and work of the American designer, and Indiana native, Walter Dorwin Teague.
Thursday, March 5th at 7:00 pm
Doors open at 6:30pm, be sure to come early, buy a glass of vino and get a good seat!
The Toby Theater
Indianapolis Museum of Art
4000 Michigan Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46208
$6.00 Ticket for Members of DAS AIGA, IDSA, and students
$12.00 Public Ticket
Tickets may be purchased at the Indianapolis Museum of Art or online here. To get the discount, either present membership or student ID at point of purchase or buy online using the discount code TEAGUE15
Following the film, a Q&A session with Director Jason Morris will be moderated by Connie Zeigler, owner of C. Resources, a preservation consulting firm in Indianapolis. Connie is also a freelance writer of architecture and design history.
Teague: Design and Beauty tells the story of Walter Dorwin Teague's life, his rise to prominence as an industrial designer, his turbulent relationship with his rebellious son, and the stories behind some of his greatest designs. The inspiring story is told through hand-drawn illustrations, photographs, product designs, interviews, narrative, animation and film.