This just in: in addition to partner Emanuela Frigerio, senior designer Mariano Desmaras will also be participating in the Cooper-Hewitt event posted here earlier. Read about the past Fresh post about the event here. Read more details about National Design Week events here, and register your teen to attend for free here.Read More
The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is gearing up to host its Teen Design Fair during National Design Week. Partner Emanuela Frigerio will participate in the event on Monday, October 19th (4 to 6:30 PM at the TimesCenter, 242 W 41st Street in Manhattan). It will be her third time at the event. Each year, the Museum gives students a...Read More
On October 15th, Partner Steff Geissbuhler will present the firm's identity and signage work for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney at the iMedia Connection Financial Marketing Summit. Steff will be presenting alongside Ramona Boston, CMO of Morgan Stanley, at 3 PM at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. The event is free to marketers and agency executives (seats by...Read More
Partner Jonathan Alger will be participating in an evening sponsored by AIGA/NY in their member series "My Dog and Pony II." Designers from four firms will be revisiting one pitch they made in the past to a potential client, then revealing what happened afterwards. Jonathan will talk about the initial presentation done for the recently completed Yankee Stadium...Read More
Last week, C&G Partners Senior Designer Mariano Desmaras led a design workshop organized by the Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC) as part of the Latino Museum Studies Program (LMSP). The workshop included a discussion of the firm's ongoing Latino-focused projects and a two-hour charette where the participants were asked to design a survey-style exhibition of Latino art. Mariano's participants were mid-career museum professionals and graduate students selected from a nationwide pool of applicants with curatorial, educational and scholarly specialties.
Earlier this month, Associate Partner Maya Kopytman participated in the panel discussion, "Designers Without Borders," at the New York Institute of Technology . Along with five other panelists, including Matteo Bologna , Roberto de Vicq , Carole Goodman , Pablo A. Medina , and Takaaki Matsumoto , she discussed how influential cultural backgrounds are in design, particularly in the globalized world we live in today. In her presentation, Maya hopped four continents, discussing the various locations that impacted her youth, education, and profession.
Yesterday, partner Jonathan Alger participated in a panel discussion at the final senior review of the undergraduate Design + Management department at Parsons The New School for Design. Chaired by the recently-appointed Dean of Parsons, Joel Towers, the panel discussion on the future of the profession and the department also included Businessweek innovation writer Bruce Nussbaum, New School General Counsel Roy...Read More
At the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums "Creating Exhibitions" annual symposium on Monday, Partner Jonathan Alger will host a panel discussion called "Museumless." The session will explore the expansion of museum-type exhibits beyond the traditional walls of the museum to surprising new venues, with unexpected benefits. The sessions on Monday will be held at the Liberty Science Center in New...Read More
C&G Partners has created a new brand identity for the Greater Hudson Heritage Network, an organization for heritage professionals. The mark projects both the historical nature of the membership and the future potential of the organization. As requested by our client, the logo also deliberately avoids overused regional imagery and colors: no river, no boats, no waves, and no maps of New York State.