An Evening with The Wexley School for Girls
Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
AIGA Student Members: $5 Register.
Student Non-Members: $10 Register.
AIGA Members: $10 Register.
Non-Members: $15 Register.
To the founders of The Wexley School for Girls, Ian Cohen and Cal McAllister, everything is advertising: traditional media, design, packaging, PR-generating ideas, video games, branded entertainment, short films, guerilla tactics and events. Join AIGA Seattle at the Henry as Ian and Cal present selected examples of their sometimes strange and always eye-catching work, and talk about their unique approach to advertising and design.
Founded in 2003, The Wexley School for Girls has grown into one of Seattle’s most talked-about agencies, with a reputation for creating innovative work that often extends beyond the traditional confines of print and TV. Their diverse roster of clients includes Microsoft, Nike, ESPN, Virgin Mobile, Washington Mutual, K2 and more. Among other accolades, The Wexley School for Girls was recently named to Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Advertising and Marketing Companies in America. As youngsters Ian and Cal dreamed of spending their day at a girl’s school, and now they’ve finally made that dream come true. For more information visit The Wexley School for Girls.