December 18, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at Studio Theatre
part of a series on Silence
About the speaker
Dian Holton plays many roles. She is a deputy art director at AARP Media where she works primarily on the AARP The Magazine and leads creative on newly launched brands TheGirlfriend.com and Sistersletter.com. Her background includes publishing (print/digital), integrated marketing, branding, retail installation, styling and footwear design. She currently serves on the AIGA Washington DC chapter board as the Strategic Initiatives chair overseeing several tentpole AIGA initiatives such as Diversity and Inclusion, Design for Good, Womens Leadership etc. Her passions include education, philanthropy, fashion and pop culture. Dian is also the creator of Daily Digits, a personal project that has captivated the design community and resulted in teaming up with printer HP.
Ogilvy has been producing iconic, culture-changing marketing campaigns since the day its founder David Ogilvy opened up shop in 1948. Today, Ogilvy is an award-winning integrated creative network that makes brands matter for Fortune Global 500 companies as well as local businesses across 131 offices in 83 countries. The company creates experiences, design and communications that shape every aspect of a brand’s needs through six core capabilities: Brand Strategy, Advertising, Customer Engagement and Commerce, PR and Influence, Digital Transformation, and Partnerships.
Artemis Ward is a strategic branding and digital marketing agency built for the modern age. We are a full-service shop concentrating on all phases of brand and campaign development from discovery to design, content creation and promotion. We have extensive experience in communications strategy, brand development, design, user experience, technology, social media strategy, organic and paid promotion and beyond.
Studio Theatre is Washington’s premier venue for contemporary theatre, “where local audiences will find today’s edgiest playwrights” (Variety). Studio produces the work of today’s greatest writers, augmented by occasional productions of modern classics. Studio’s work is marked by its emphasis on excellence in acting and design, and the signature intimacy of its four theatres, all of which seat fewer than 225 patrons.