Continuum: Photography and Education
October 11-13 / 2012
Cincinnati / OHRegister NOW!
Regular Registration Ends September 15, 2012

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Registration prices go up September 15th
Register now to attend the MW SPE Conference at the regular low cost
Professional Member- $40
Professional Non-member- $50
Student Member- $10
Student Non-member- $15
Discount Hotel prices are available through September 20th.
Student Volunteers Needed:
Three hours of volunteer time is required for free admission to the conference.  Any current undergraduate or graduate student (who will be enrolled during the fall 2012) is eligible to apply regardless of SPE membership.  Please contact Ryan Adrick for further details and instructions for registration.

Receive Continuing Education or College Credit:
Attend the conference and get credit! This option is perfect for K-12 teachers needing Continuing Education Units or Professional Development Units. Students may also take the course. 
1 credit undergraduate (AH210) or 1 credit graduate (AH5120) art history courses are being offered. Click here for more information.

Fall 2013 Regional Conference:
If you are interested in hosting the fall 2013 regional conference, please contact Shuichi at to discuss further!

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Elena Harvey- Collins
 / Nate Mathews / 
Philip Spangler
September / 1st–29th / 2012
Artists’ talk / September / 29th / 2:30 p.m.

ROY G BIV Gallery
997 North High Street
Columbus Ohio 43201

Stefan Sagmeisterg
Thursday / Aug. 30 / 6:30 p.m.
Columbus College of Art + Design
Canzani Center Auditorium

Stefan Sagmeister and his agency, Sagmeister & Walsh, are best known for their album and poster designs—but they’ve also created branding, graphics, and packaging for clients as diverse as the Rolling Stones, HBO, the Guggenheim Museum, and Time Warner. Sagmeister himself is a longtime collaborator with musicians David Byrne and Lou Reed. He has delivered several TED talks and teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Sagmeister studied graphic design in Vienna and New York. After working with Leo Burnett’s Hong Kong Design Group, he returned to New York in 1993 to work with Tibor Kalman just before Kalman retired from the design business. Sagmeister stayed in New York to found Sagmeister Inc. He has won more than 200 design awards, including The One Show, Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, D&AD, and Grand Prix of the Moscow Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.

This program is free and open to the public.