This summer ST8MNT had the opportunity to partner up with some great young talent through AIGA Nashville’s Summer of Good program. Summer of Good pairs design students with professionals who mentor the students through a pro-bono project for a local non-profit organization.
We had the pleasure to mentor student designers Terisa Brenna from the Art Institute and Jordan Bickimere from Watkins College of Art and Design. They were set up with a Nashville youth outreach facility called Rocketown. Rocketown strives to be the place of peace, purpose and possibilities for youth. The facility consist a skate park, 2 music venues, coffee shop, motor garage, b-ball courts and a make shift go-cart track. They also offer every thing from tutoring and after-school programing to break dancing lessons and video editing for the youth of the city.
Our young designers did an amazing job working with the client and delivered a top notch design solution.
Check out Nashville’s AIGA chapter tweet below for the link to more picture of the wrap up party of this years Summer of Good.
Summer of Good was a success! Hope to see your faces at more AIGA Nashville events coming up! bit.ly/PVvOkL
— AIGA Nashville (@aiganashville) August 27, 2012
photos form AIGA Nashville’s flickr feed