AIGA Student Portfolio Review

Attention all design students! Are you ready to take your portfolio to the next level? Join us for the AIGA Student Portfolio Review on Saturday, April 1st at 10:00 AM at the Kresge Art Center. You’ll have the opportunity to network with industry leaders, receive one-on-one portfolio reviews, attend informative workshops, and enjoy delicious food. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to gain valuable insights and make meaningful connections.

Register now and take the first step towards a successful career in design!

  • AIGA Student Members: $15
  • Student Non-Members: $25
  • At the door/Flat Fee: $30
  • No Refunds

Keynote Speakers:

Kelly Mier O’Hara
Art Director, Herman Miller 

Kelly is an experienced art director with a background in both agency and in-house design. She specializes in bringing brands to life through visual storytelling. Her work has been featured in global advertising campaigns, events and exhibitions, editorial layouts, and digital media. Kelly currently leads the design team at Herman Miller, continuing the American furniture brand’s 100-year legacy of bold, joyful graphic design. 

Ken Walker 
Brand Strategist, Entrepreneur, Educator

Ken is an impact leader who in 2018, launched a lifestyle clothing brand, K. Walker Collective, setting
out to alleviate the barriers of self-expression for urban professionals. He opened his flagship storefront in Midtown Detroit on November 2022 and recently designed a custom jersey for the Detroit Pistons’ NBA G League. In advertising for a decade he has built marketing campaigns for Cadillac, Travelocity, Ford, Smashburger and Delta Vacations. 

2022 Achievements:

  • Rising Star Award
    Detroit Phoenix Center
  • Entrepreneur of the Year
    Michigan Diversity Council’s National Black Men in Leadership Summit 
  • Spirit of Detroit Award
    Office of Mary Sheffield, Detroit City Council President


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