Cal Poly to Host the International Conference for Graphic Arts Educators July 5-10
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
SAN LUIS OBISPO - The Cal Poly Graphic Communication Department will host the International Conference for Graphic Arts Educators in July to address critical issues facing the industry.
The conference, from July 5-10, coincides with the 70th anniversary of graphic communication education at Cal Poly. Presentations will focus on the future of the graphic communication industry and workforce preparation.
The event will be conducted by the International Circle of Educational Institutes for Graphic Arts Technology and Management, the Graphic Communication Education Association, and the PrintEd consortium, the accreditation arm of the Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation.
The conference is designed for educators, researchers, scholars and industry advocates.
The six-day event will feature an opening reception, three keynote addresses, research presentations, workshops and tutorials, lunch, dinner with entertainment, a simulator contest, and a closing banquet.
An official dedication of the Raymond J. Prince Graphic Arts Collection at Cal Poly — the largest graphic communication library in the world — will also take place.
For more information or to register, visit the conference website at: http://gcea2015.calpoly.edu. Discounts for early registration are available through May 1.
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