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The Party + the BIG TALK + Illustration Week

By Peggy Roalf   Thursday October 30, 2014

AI-AP, the parent company of DART: Design Arts Daily, invites subscribers and their friends to The Party, on Thursday, November 6, to launch American Illustration 33, American Photography 30, Latin American Ilustración 3, Latin American Fotografía 3, and the International Motion Art AwardsTickets.

But first, warm up at the BIG TALK Symposium, on Wednesday, November 5.  From 1 to 5 pm, you can tantalize your imagination through a series of panels with the jurors and book designers—and some special guests—who will get inside the minds of some of the industry’s hottest talents.

The Big Talk takes place at the SVA Theater, 333 West 23rd Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues, NY, NY. It’s Free, but register now, as seating is limited. If you have already RSVP’d for The Party, you are automatically registered for The Big Talk.

Left: AP30. Cover by David Butow. Design by Robert Newman. Right: AI33. Cover by Daehyun Kim. Design by Len Small and Esther Wu.

The Big Talk lineup:

1:00 -1:40 pm  Everyday Everywhere.  The Instagram-Based Movement.

Michael Shaw, Founding Editor, Bagnewsnotes.Com  
John Edwin Mason, Assoc. Prof, University Of Virginia
Austin Merrill, Writer and Editor
Stephen Mayes, Consultant, Visual Communications  
Whitney Johnson, Photo Director, The New Yorker
Moderator: David Schonauer, Editor, Pro Photo Daily

1:45pm Latin American Fotografía 3 Presentation
2:00pm Dan Winters and Sam Weber, The Interview
2:30pm Latin American Ilustración 3 Presentation
2:50pm AP30 and AI33 Jurors and Designers
3:40pm Richard Borge and Stephen Mallon, Artists Moving Into Motion 
4:15pm Int'l Motion Art Awards 3 Screening

In addition, November 3 through November 8 is Illustration Week in New York City, with many events to choose from. Following is a teaser from the lineup:

Politics and Comics 
6:00 PM at Columbia University | Butler Library, Room 523-535, West 114th Street, NY, NY.
Join Peter Kuper, Jeff Danziger, and Liza Donnelly as they discuss the role of politics in their own work.  Information 

 


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