SGC International conferences program a number of chaired panel discussions proposed by members. Panel discussions usually include 4-5 panelists in a theater setting, who each bring a distinct and diverse point of view to the main topic of the panel. Panel discussions are one hour in duration, with half an hour of Q&A following the panelist’s presentations.

Panel audience space is first-come, first served. Please visit each panel page to see the detailed abstracts and biographies of the SGCI 3018 Panel Chairs and their panelists.



SGCI Education Panel: The (Un)Methods of Print in Multidisciplinary Milieus

SGCI International Panel: Shifting Sands: Emerging from a Globalized Landscape

SGCI Student Panel: Modified Print: Breaking the Rectangle

A Vision in a Dream: Embracing Limitations in Creative Practice

Hybrid Cultures, Intersecting Landscapes

Landscape and Embedded Native and Indigenous Identity

Print Culture in Detroit: A Parallel to the City

Printmaking as Protest: Harnessing Power of the Multiple

Printmaking in Pacific

Seeing Success: Everything That Rises Must Converge

Shifting perspectives: Printmaking and Fulbright

Site Responsive Print

Staying True

The Printer's Path

Typography as Topography

(Un)Real; From Fantastic Animals to Alternative Facts; Locating Truth in Print Media

Women Leaders in Print: Building the Community

WORD / LIFE: each one, teach one