Guest Lecturer: South Lake High School
9:00 AM09:00

Guest Lecturer: South Lake High School

Signs of Resistance–Creating an Effective Protest Poster

As a participant in the day-long event entitled “The Power of Voice” The Intersection of Social Justice and the Arts, I will be working with a small group of self-selected students to teach them the basics of the text, typography, and imagery of powerful poster design. The 90-minute session will include a review of samples of my own work as well as images from protest movements throughout history up through current events.


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Red Pencil 6: Tracking Changes in Editing
12:30 PM12:30

Red Pencil 6: Tracking Changes in Editing

Moderator: Panel on Publishing Project Management

I have put together a panel of four professionals representing different aspects of the publishing industry. 

What exactly does a project manager do? The answer is as varied as the types of publishing projects that exist. This panel brings together four Seattle-based professionals with over 30 years of combined experience as project managers in the book publishing industry. They will introduce the variety of positions open to someone with project management skills and help attendees determine whether this might be a possible career option—especially in this era of “wearing many hats” for employers and clients.


  • What practical skills do you need to do your job, and how did you gain those skills?
  • How many projects do you work on at any given time?
  • Describe a typical workday
  • Do you use special “planning” software?
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to Jun 25

Panel Participant at ISAZ2017

I will be part of a six-person panel to discuss the process of submitting papers to academic journals at ISAZ2017, the annual conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology, to be held in Davis, CA, June 22–26. My role will be to give attendees advice on how best to submit graphic elements such as charts, graphs, tables, and photos/illustrations.

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