About Foodstock Art Party


A charity auction from AIGA St. Louis featuring artists’ work from across the country and around St. Louis. Prints, paintings, mixed media, cartoons, photography & collage. Proceeds will go to operation food search.

Thank you to TALX for their generous sponsorship.


The mission of Operation Food Search is to provide individuals in need with food and other basic necessities to help them alleviate the burden of hunger and its consequences... together, we can impact lives one meal at a time.
 Find out more about Operation Food Search and it’s community impact.

AIGA, the professional association for communication design, is committed to furthering excellence in communication design as a broadly defined discipline, strategic tool for business and cultural force.
 Find out more about the AIGA, The Professional Association for Design.

Foodstock Art Party


September 23, 2011

6:00 - 10:00 pm, One night only
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Mad Art Gallery

2727 s 12th, St Louis


FREE for AIGA members and children (under 13)
Non-members $10 before event and $15 at the door
(bring AIGA member card, cash/credit cards accepted)

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The Professional Association for Design

AIGA sets the national agenda for the role of design in its economic, social, political, cultural and creative contexts. AIGA is the oldest and largest membership association for professionals engaged in the discipline, practice and culture of designing. Founded as the American Institute of Graphic Arts in 1914 as a small, exclusive club, AIGA now represents more than 16,000 designers through national activities and local programs developed by 48 chapters and more than 150 student groups.

AIGA supports the interests of professionals, educators and students who are engaged in the process of designing, regardless of where they are in the arc of their careers. The disciplines represented in the profession range from book and type design through the traditional communication design disciplines to the newer disciplines of interaction design, experience design and motion graphics. In addition, AIGA supports the interests of those involved in designing from other disciplines, professions and business who share designers' commitment to advancing understanding of the value of design.

Through the relationships members develop within the community of designers, the information they share and the standards they develop for the profession, AIGA helps the profession to validate its own ethos and role in business and society.

AIGA serves as a hub of thought-leadership and activity for the designing community. The association is committed to stimulating thinking about design through conferences, competitions, exhibitions, publications and websites. AIGA inspires, educates and informs designers, helping them to realize their talents and to advocate the value of design among the media, the business community, public agencies and the general public. While AIGA was created to advance the design profession, its members now place a higher priority on AIGA's work in communicating the value of design to audiences outside the profession.