Set Designer Needed

AAIM (Austin Area Interreligious Ministries) the interfaith group for Central Texas will be holding our annual “Hope Awards” fundraiser on Tuesday, May 4 at the UT Alumni Center. We are looking for three flat “set” pieces that are identical in shape but will have different painted and / or printed facades. The intent is for the set pieces to each resemble the outline of a home. One of the sets will simply resemble the façade of a house with windows, a porch light, a door, etc. This piece and can be slightly larger than the other two and will be set behind a riser / stage. This is probably a one-use piece. The other two pieces will be illustrated with pictures and a map that help illustrate two of our different social service programs. These pieces should be re-useable / portable.

The house façade piece will be used as the backdrop for the stage which will be decorated with welcome mats, potted plants etc. It would be great if the windows and porch light could be illuminated from behind. The other two pieces are informational and will be set up in areas where people can walk up to them and examine the information closely.

We would like to begin design and construction of these pieces ASAP. We will need an estimate before we sign a contract.

Contact: Tom Spencer – tspencer@aaimaustin.org / 386-9145 x 16 office

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