December Meeting: DSVC Welcomes Magda Sayeg

Magda Sayeg is a textile artist who lives and works in Austin, Texas. Her work began as a way to take her knitting out onto the streets, graffiti style, starting a textile graffiti revolution that swept the world.      Credited with being the mother of the yarn bombing movement, she began working on larger and larger projects and collaborations, …

2014 Jingle Mingle: Benefiting the Dream Fund

We’re excited to be co-hosting this season’s ultimate party for all communications and media professionals in DFW!  Come join us in mingling with hundreds of others who work in and around our industry at an …

Join us at the 2014 Indie in the Big D

Join us Novemeber 22nd at Crowdus & Main for the 2014 Indie in the Big D and celebrate the creative spirit of Dallas at this independent artist market and music showcase. Indie in the Big D is a non-profit event …

DSVC October Recap: Timothy Goodman

Recap by: Bill Ward   “Art is whatever you can get away with” Andy Warhol. Tim didn’t actually lead with that, he actually began with his affection for d*ck jokes. They led to a discussion of …

A New DSVC.org is Coming Soon: Make Your Profile Today

  The DSVC website is about to change in a big way and you can get in on the action by making your member profile now. Sign up at signup.dsvc.org to be one of the first members on the new site.    …

Fresh Face: Mark Simmons

Author: Josh Ege Photography: Jeremy Sharp   As a new season for the DSVC begins, we see new and familiar faces after a short summer break. It is always refreshing to see people out in support of …

The DSVC Path Interviews: Brandon DeLoach -Immediate Past President

Interview by: Paige Rodges Cover Illustration: John Jurik   For nearly sixty years, the Dallas Society of Visual Communications has promoted professional development, social networking and creative …