Surface Imaging Symposium 2019—What is Surface Imaging?

Surface Imaging Symposium 2019—What is Surface Imaging?

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Join Thomas Jefferson University's (Philadelphia) Surface Imaging program for a lunch & learn, Monday, October 7, from 12 PM to 3 PM at the Center for Architecture and Design!

The unique symposium will be hosted by Jefferson University Surface Imaging and its Masters of Science in Surface Imaging Program, the only educational large-format print and technology center and program of its kind in the world. Joining faculty and staff from Jefferson and other design luminaries, guest speakers will include: Clive Roux, CEO, SEGD; David Siegel, director of surface imaging, Designtex; Johnny Shell, VP print technology and training, Specialty Graphic Imaging Association; and Kaijie Chen, MSSI graduate, and surface imaging professional. Lunch will be provided and is sponsored by FUJIFILM, Inc. 

The symposium will coincide with the 2019 MSSI Alumni Exhibition, a collection of recent innovative design work also on view at the Center’s galleries during the event and beyond. The free-to-the-public show will run October 2 through 12, Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 5 PM. Exhibitors include MSSI Alumni Myrna Gutierrez, Allison Ardire, Kaijie Chen and Jessica Erin Cary.

Admission is free and no RSVP is necessary!

Center for Architecture and Design
1218 Arch St 
Philadelphia, PA 19107 

More info on the MSSI program

What is Surface Imaging? Surface Imaging utilizes new digital imaging technologies to print on most any surface imaginable: This emerging discipline exists at the intersection of art, design, engineering, and business, to create scalable, customized physical forms from the most miniature, high-res product prototypes, to the most massive architectural installations, and everything in-between. (installation image by Allison Ardire)

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