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special events

  • RAM celebrating "50 Years with Julia Morgan"

    On June 2, 2017, the Riverside Art Museum will be hosting a gala fundraiser, celebrating their "50 Years with Julia Morgan." It will be a fun and easy way to raise money for the museum. The gala will also work to honor Julia Morgan's memory.

    Julia Morgan was a renowned female architect, born on January 20, 1872. Morgan was the first woman to attend the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, which was the most prominent architecture school during this time period. In 1904, she become she first woman licensed to practice architecture in California. During her time as an architecture, she designed over 700 buildings, many of which are still standing today. In 2013, Morgan became the first woman to win the AIA Gold Medal, which is considered the highest honor any architect could hope to achieve. To read more about her, click here.

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    The creation of the Riverside Art Museum began after the Riverside Art Association purchased Morgan's YWCA building in 1967. Renovations on the building began soon after, funded by a $10,000 grant presented by the HMC Designing Futures Foundation. A few years later, The YWCA building was successfully transformed into the new art museum seen today.

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    Now, to honor her memory, the Riverside Art Museum will be holding a celebration (in the form of a gala fundraiser) on June 2, 2017. The event will take place at the museum. The community is encouraged to contribute their personal stories and memories, which will be shared with the public during the celebration.

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    We are proud to present the custom banners we've created for this special event. These outdoor banners are bright, captivating, and are sure to draw attention. The lively colors are sure to please all viewers and these banners serve as a nice way to decorate for the event. The oranges add a nice touch and will help to remind attendees of what Riverside is most known for. Viewers can stop to admire the artwork and be reminded of all of Julia Morgan's valuable contributions to the community.

  • Event Signage for Redlands Believe Walk 2016

    The 9th Annual Believe Walk is coming up and we've got the event signage ready! This walk is 5k walk located in Redlands, California. This annual event is hosted to benefit and support many various cancer-fighting organizations in the Inland Empire. These organizations raise money to support cancer patients and their families. This event is sponsored by Stater Bros. Charities and Inland Women Fighting Cancer. All are welcome to register and attend!

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    This event will be held on Sunday, October 2, 2016. Registration will begin at 6:30am, and the walk will begin at 8:00am. The beginning of the walk will be located at State St. and Orange St. in Redlands, California, and ends at Redlands Bowl. Registration can be done online (before the September 15 deadline), or by mail. There are also registration fees for those who wish to participate.

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    For the Walk, we've created check-in signs and registrations signs - as well as event signs with maps and guides for volunteers and participants. Our large and durable signs are easily spotted and will provide useful information for everyone attending.

  • Banners and Booth Transportation!

    You've done it! You've designed a spectacular trade show or convention booth. It's been constructed, looks marvelous, and everything is printed, polished and ready to go.

    The question is, how do you get it all there?

    We're going to take a teeny break from custom banners and designs, and look at some of the logistics of getting your great display from Point A to Point B.

    If this is your first time to a trade show, it's generally advised that you don't transport your display yourself, especially if there are lots of bits and pieces that are fragile. If you're going cross-country, it also gets mighty expensive, with all the display and demonstration materials needed. What's awesome, though, is that you can hire someone to transport it for you. How?

    For those who don't know, there are many companies out there that specialize in transporting event materials only. They have the means and the manpower to make sure that your display, no matter how complicated gets to the Exhibition Floor on time and in one piece. Whether by train, plane, or truck, these guys know how to handle your business' delicate first-impression piece.

    I've researched a couple of these trade show and event transportation businesses, and organized it by region. Most are not limited to a specific region of the country, but just so you know where the nearest one would be to you. Click on the company name to get to their website!

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