2021 Picnic Sponsorship Opportunities

2021 Picnic Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are interested in helping share the PICNIC and NORC while helping you promote your business, campaign or media, then check out what we have available.

 

Each plan includes mention in our newsletter which has thousands of local businesses and individuals in Oakland county, plus each plan has further opportunities to for your market.

 

Cohost Package Link: 500  – Limited quantity for purchase to 5. I understand we already sold 1.

https://www.norc-us.org/product/2021-picnic-sponsorship-gold-package-500-00/

Silver Package Link: 200 –

https://www.norc-us.org/product/2021-picnic-sponsorship-silver-package-200-00/

Bronze Link: 100 –

https://www.norc-us.org/product/2021-picnic-sponsorship-bronze-package-100/

April 22nd Meeting

April 22nd Meeting

Thursday’s meeting will be packed with information on national, state and county government actions. 

  • Tim Shaeffer, of Americans For Prosperity, will present an overview of legislation in Washington D.C.
  • State Senator Jim Runestad will report on his efforts to investigate the actions of Governor Whitmer that may have been responsible for thousands of deaths in Michigan’s nursing homes.
  • County Commissioner, Karen Joliet will summarize the spending the Democrats want in Oakland County to promote their agenda
  • OCRP’s Executive Director, Chase Turner on MIGOP’s initiative to update the information to help GOP candidates win next year. He will also speak on this year’s city races.
  • This meeting will be in person at OverTyme Grill, in Waterford at 7:00 pm.

Basic Space

Basic Space

Philosophy of design is the study of assumptions, foundations, and implications of design. The field is defined by an interest in a set of problems, or an interest in central or foundational concerns in design. In addition to these central problems for design as a whole, many philosophers of design consider these problems as they apply to particular disciplines (e.g. philosophy of art). Although most practitioners are philosophers, several prominent designers and artists have contributed to the field. Graphic design has seen many changes and influences.

The field needs more depth, in a sense graphic design needs to find itself, all while evolving at the same time. It’s debatable how the background of graphic design needs to be shared. There’s the discussion of different designers, and their notable works. Portrayals of how the physical art has changed and been inspired by past all while embracing the future.

Graphic Design as a field is young. There is not enough information about how it came to be. There is subtle information about society accepting messages being put in front of them. There’s not enough information given to design students about where the concept for graphic design comes from, or at least an understanding about the original forms of communications that used more than words, or why typography has such a large impact.

Street Faces

Street Faces

Philosophy of design is the study of assumptions, foundations, and implications of design. The field is defined by an interest in a set of problems, or an interest in central or foundational concerns in design. In addition to these central problems for design as a whole, many philosophers of design consider these problems as they apply to particular disciplines (e.g. philosophy of art). Although most practitioners are philosophers, several prominent designers and artists have contributed to the field. Graphic design has seen many changes and influences.

The field needs more depth, in a sense graphic design needs to find itself, all while evolving at the same time. It’s debatable how the background of graphic design needs to be shared. There’s the discussion of different designers, and their notable works. Portrayals of how the physical art has changed and been inspired by past all while embracing the future.

Graphic Design as a field is young. There is not enough information about how it came to be. There is subtle information about society accepting messages being put in front of them. There’s not enough information given to design students about where the concept for graphic design comes from, or at least an understanding about the original forms of communications that used more than words, or why typography has such a large impact.