Kalish visual editing workshop accepting 2010 applications

Scott Sines, managing editor at The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal and Kalish Director reminds us that the 2010 Kalish Workshop “is accepting applications for the 21st edition of the best visual editing workshop on the planet.”

The announcement continues: “Learn cross-platform/multimedia skills from a faculty of Emmy and Pulitzer Prize winning visual editors including Brian Storm, Geri Migielicz, Sue Morrow, Randy Cox, Kenny Irby and other industry experts. We work hard and we play hard. We’d love to have you.

Application details: www.kalishworkshop.org.

The Kalish: June 4-8, 2010

Application deadline: May 15, 2010

  • WHO WILL BENEFIT? The workshop is targeted toward visual editors who are, or aspire to be, assigning editors, line editors and producers. Anyone with a substantial role in determining the visual report of their publication including, picture editing, multimedia and design will benefit from the workshop.
  • HOW MUCH? $500 total: $100 up front with your registration and the balance due when we confirm the final registration.
  • WHERE IS IT? The workshop is generously hosted by Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
  • MORE INFORMATION? Visit our website www.kalishworkshop.org or contact Scott Sines at 901-529-5843, or [email protected]

About Steve Dorsey

@Gannett VP innovation. Boards: @INMAorg, @SND. He was the 2011 president of the Society; 2015 Lifetime Award recipient. Dad to Fiona; partner to @paprgrl76. Relocated Detroiter. Tigers fan. Designer. Editor. SU grad.

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