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SGIA Releases Upcoming Workshop Schedule for 2016

Friday, December 04, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Hands-on training teaches essential skills and new applications

Fairfax, Virginia - SGIA has announced the upcoming 2016 SGIA Workshop schedules for both graphic and garment communities. 

These onsite workshops take place at SGIA’s state-of-the-art laboratory in Fairfax, Virginia, and explore everything from essential tricks of the trade to newly introduced technology. Taught by industry leaders, the workshops combine classroom learning with interactive demonstrations, allowing participants to immediately practice their new skills.

Workshops for the graphic community include:

  • Wrap Like a Pro Workshop: March 9–10 
    Rob Ivers, Rob Ivers Inc
  • Color Management Boot Camp: March 22–24, August 24–26
    Tony Quinn, National Sublimation and Insight Print and Display; Jim Raffel, ColorMetrix Technologies LLC; Jonathan Reed, ErgoSoft US; Mike Ruff, Mike Ruff Consulting; and Ray Weiss, SGIA
  • Operation Sublimation, Mission: Wide-Format Graphics: May 3–5
    Nick Buettner, Arjowiggins; Diana Chen, Sensient Imaging Technologies Inc; Jonathan Reed, ErgoSoft US; Michael Sanders, Pacific Coast Fabrics; and Ralph Terramagra, Mutoh America Inc
  • Screen Making: Basic to Advanced: May 9–13
    David Dennings, KIWO Inc; and Art Dobie, Chromaline Screen Print Products

Workshops for the garment community include:

Register now for one (or more!) of these critical workshops to keep your abilities — and your business — at the top of their game.

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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