Xerox to Host Graphic Arts Exhibition Including 150 Projects in New York City
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Association of Graphic Communications Members and Guests to Attend Showcase at Xerox Knowledge Sharing Centre
NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2002 - Xerox will host the Association of Graphic Communications' 60th Annual Graphic Arts Awards Exhibition, April 17-18, at Xerox's Knowledge Sharing Centre in New York City. The exhibit will showcase 150 award-winning projects judged to be the finest in the New York/New Jersey metro area in 2001. Entries on display will be segmented within 24 graphic arts categories and include annual reports, brochures, book covers, magazines, ads, Web sites and digital print-on-demand pieces.
More than 500 AGC members and guests - printers, advertisers, graphic designers, corporate communication professionals, educators and students - are expected to view the exhibit. It is also open to the public.
"Xerox's support demonstrates its commitment to the graphic arts industry. Our association welcomes Xerox to a prestigious group of top industry leaders who are participating in this event," said Randy Colahan, chairman, Graphic Arts Exhibition Committee and AGC board member.
"Xerox is committed to helping its graphic arts customers profit and grow with the New Business of Printing. Hosting this award exhibition gives us an excellent opportunity to interact with and learn from individuals across the graphic arts supply chain - from prepress providers and creatives to printers and publishers. It also allows us to share our knowledge of the power of digital printing with AGC members," said Elaine Wilde, senior vice president, Xerox Worldwide Graphic Arts Business.
More than 700 entries were submitted to AGC and judged by a panel of 20 print production professionals and art directors. Entries were judged for their production qualities, design and function. Special categories included digital print on demand, Web site design and large format projects.
AGC is a regional affiliate of the Printing Industries of America and the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. Founded in 1865, it is the oldest and largest regional trade organization serving the printing and graphic communications industry in the metro New York/New Jersey area.
Xerox Corporation makes the digital work world work better with an array of innovative document solutions, services and systems -- including color and black-and-white printers, digital presses, multifunction devices and digital copiers -- designed for offices and production-printing environments. It also offers associated supplies, software and support.
The AGC exhibition will be open to the public 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. April 17 and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 18, at the Xerox Knowledge Sharing Centre, 245 Park Ave.
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