Spire: Responding by Design

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Spire is a body seeking to
cultivate the intersection between
servanthood & design.

VISION

To be stewards of our gifts and talents while following in Christ’s footsteps to fulfill our purpose as creators.

MISSION

To help graphic designers discover, understand, and acknowledge their purpose and creative calling through cultivating the intersection between servanthood and design. Spire curates, moderates and instigates the exploration of what that means as a called seeker of Christ.

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STORY

Spire was born out of the realization that graphic design is not merely a means to a paycheck, but rather serves as a catalyst for purpose in our everyday life. Spire is a body of creatives that recognizes the value in coming together to combine individual strengths, perspectives, and hopes to understand our calling.

unnamedUPCOMING EVENT

Spire invites all design/creative professionals and students to attend their fourth quarter event, Responding by Design, in the Arts District of DTLA. Special guest panelists will be exploring the topic of what it means to be called to be a creative/designer/thinker.

WHEN: Saturday, October 8, 2016  // 7:00PM to 9:00PM

WHERE: ArtShare LA

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We are honored to welcome the following guest speakers to this event:
Brad Abare – Design Thinking Executive; Personality
Tishia Que – Creative Director; Good Paper
Alex Lauderdale – UI/UX Designer; Google

Sponsored by:
Azusa Pacific University Art & Design
Execuprint Prepress and Printing
La Semilla Cold Brew Coffee

We will be having free snacks and drinks as well as giveaways and door prizes!
Let us know if you are coming here.

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For more information about this event, please visit: Upcoming Events

www.wearespire.com

 

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