Join us at this month’s meetup!
AIGA Houston is moving to the great outdoors for our next round of monthly meetups, Creatives at the Park! Get some sunshine with us as we picnic at Menil Park. Light refreshments will be provided, but we also encourage you to BYOB (NO glass containers) and bring items appropriate for a potluck picnic this summer. Don’t forget to grab your favorite camping chair or blanket!
- Saturday, April 29, 2023
- 4–6 p.m. CT
- Menil Park
- 1423 Branard St
- Houston, TX 77006
- Free and open to the public. Families and pets welcome.
Please follow guidelines set by Menil Park on what is allowed at the park.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran in the creative community or a recent graduate, this is the place to connect with Houston designers, developers, photographers, makers and more.
Use hashtag #aigahouston
Design: Camila Ruiz
About Menil Park
Lined with early-20th-century bungalows and shaded by live oak trees, the 30-acre campus is integral to the Menil aesthetic and experience. Tucked away within a bustling city, the Menil’s buildings and green spaces are a source of civic energy and domestic tranquility. Museum visitors from around the globe have likened the Menil neighborhood to an urban oasis.
From the sturdiest oak tree in Menil Park hangs a bright red swing, though it is more than just that: created as an “urban intervention” by a University of Texas architecture student, it is one of many in the globe-spanning Red Swing Project.
Parking and Transportation
View parking and transportation details online.
- Parking lots are located at 1515 West Alabama Street and next to Richmond Hall at 1500 Richmond Avenue. Street parking is also available.
- The use of rideshare and carpooling are encouraged. METRO bus stops are located along Richmond Avenue and Montrose Boulevard.
- Motorized vehicles, including scooters, are prohibited off roadways and beyond parking areas. Transportation on skateboards or bicycles is welcome, but upon arrival please dismount and walk or carry any non-motorized vehicle across the grass.
As the profession’s oldest and largest professional organization for design, AIGA seeks to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. Locally, the Houston chapter focuses on building community, strengthening skills and advocating for design. We are a 100% volunteer-powered nonprofit organization.
We are committed to programming that is as inclusive as possible. If you require special assistance, accommodations, or wheelchair seating, please email the Officers at least 2 business days before the scheduled event.
Code of Conduct
By registering and or attending any of our events, you agree to abide by AIGA Houston’s Code of Conduct.
Recording Disclosure: Your registration and/or presence constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken in the public spaces of our event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Houston activities, corresponding publications and AIGA Houston managed websites. If you would prefer to not be included in photos or videos, please contact a board member or event volunteer to discuss further options.
COVID-19 Disclaimer: We understand that the Coronavirus pandemic is ongoing and constantly evolving. We can’t wait to see you in-person, but the health of our community is of the utmost importance. Please follow local recommendations regarding vaccinations, masks, and social distancing while at AIGA events to minimize the spread of COVID-19.