Join AIGA Colorado for our virtual Morning Brew Series! It is more important than ever to stay connected so join us for a short 30 minute presentation from industry professionals regarding the topics of health, the future of design, or community.
Now the Good Stuff....
Austin will go through a personal account of the unexpected community reception of the Healthcare Hero Mural he created over Easter weekend. The community support inspired him to create 9 other murals across Denver highlighting other professions and people. He will account the journey and process in creating all these works.
Austin will go through a personal account of the unexpected community reception of the Healthcare Hero Mural he created over Easter weekend. The community support inspired him to create 9 other murals across Denver highlighting other professions and people. He will account the journey and process in creating all these works. He will start by focusing on the immediate reception of the Healthcare Hero mural. It went viral in the first few days of completion being featured by many news sources and eventually making the New York Times. Meanwhile, Austin spent every weekend (9 weekends in a row) creating mural’s representing other professions including: Doctor, Chef, Construction worker, Server, Food Delivery professional, sanitation worker, first responders, teacher, and veterinarian. He will account the details of each work and the inspiration behind them. Along the way he also partnered with Denver Beer Co, Frontline Foods, and Bigsby’s Folly Winery, each raising awareness and funds to the healthcare community.
Austin Zucchini-Fowler is a Denver street artist and fine art painter. He began first doing public art 2 years ago. He works in a unique pointillism style and focuses on positivity and diversity in his work. He currently has been working on a body of work highlighting essential workers during the pandemic.
Connect with Austin
- Instagram: austinzart
For This Event:
We are asking for a suggested donation of $5.00 and will be donating 50% of the proceeds to our speakers and partners for Morning Brew. The remaining 50% will go to the AIGA Colorado Chapter to help with our overhead costs, future programming, and scholarships for students during this time.
This presentation will be recorded and sent to everyone who has registered in a recap email.
Videos and mics will be muted for all attendees throughout the call. If you have any questions, please add them in the Q & A in Zoom. We’ll stay on the call for about 10 minutes afterward to answer questions.
To keep the conversation going afterwards, please join our AIGA Colorado Slack Channel #morning-brew.
A few house rules:
Given the short time of these presentations, please make sure your camera and microphone are turned off. Q & A’s at the end will be taken via Zoom Chat. Please note, we will be recording this session for our community members later, including Q & A's. If you would rather have a private discussion, feel free to contact us after we’ve ended the recording.
Feel free to sit back, sip your morning brew, and enjoy!