AGI members were invited to create wrap-around designs for a series of teacups and saucers. The designs were fired on to bone china at the Potteries of Stoke-on-Trent by the ceramist Michael Czerwinski. The results were displayed at the Flow Gallery and a limited edition catalogue was given to AGI showcasing all 130 unique designs that each portrayed a very personal interpretation of the brief. The catalogue also serves as a legacy document with a special editorial celebrating the rituals and heritage of tea drinking.
In spite of having a wide range of performances, Victoria Symphony was only attracting an older (65+) female audience. We were tasked with attracting a younger, more diverse audience with their annual season guide.
Illustration: Raymond Biesinger
The Calgary Society for Persons with Disabilities (CSPD) is a non-profit that provides residential care to adults with developmental disabilities. Up against other pleas for donations (eg. starving children, cancer research) CSPD was being overlooked. They needed to stand out and be heard.