NYU-SCPS and Cal Poly to Jointly Sponsor Seminar On Virtual Proofing
Developed by Bonnie Blake, Acting Program Director of NYU’s Graphic Communications and Management M.A. Program and Dr. Levenson, the Virtual Proofing Seminar will cover the full spectrum of essential topics such as understanding VP management, operations, implementing VP, online VP workflow issues, VP quality, VP material and equipment requirements, training and cost benefits.
“As the premier Master’s Program in Graphic Communications Management and Technology, NYU-SCPS, together with the program’s board of advisors and faculty, has become a true industry expert. From time to time, we want to share our knowledge with the industry at large, especially a subject as timely and worthwhile as virtual proofing,” Ms. Blake stated. “Our students will expand their program of study and clearly benefit by learning from these industry leaders in attendance. We are especially pleased to co-sponsor this important seminar with Cal Poly.”
The Seminar content will focus on VP as the final step in the implementation of an all-digital workflow. Major operational benefits of VP will be explored, including the extraordinary time savings, cost reductions and faster approvals made possible through multi-site, simultaneous real-time evaluations of proof images by all parties involved in the process.
The seminar sessions will conclude with an interactive afternoon panel discussion to afford the panelists an opportunity to discuss their own experiences and successes with actual VP applications.
Fees for the NYU-SCPS / Cal Poly Virtual Proofing Seminar are $199 per person. Alumni of the NYU Program in Graphic Communications Management and Technology Program or the Graphic Communication Department at Cal Poly, as well as groups of three or more will receive a special discounted fee of $179 per registrant. Proceeds from the Virtual Proofing Seminar will benefit education in graphic communications at NYU/SCPS and Cal Poly.
The Seminar fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments. Attendees also will receive a seminar research report published by the Graphic Communication Institute of Cal Poly: Current Trends in Virtual Proofing – A Market Analysis. In addition, Dr. Bruce Myers, Adjunct Faculty Member of NYU/SCPS will provide a report on management issues within Virtual Proofing.