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40 and Fabulous: Graphic Design Program Alumni Show at SLC


(Kingston, ON) Join us as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Graphic Design program at St. Lawrence College with an exhibition of more than 130 works by alumni from across the country. The exhibition will be on view in the Alumni Fireside Room on the Kingston campus from September 28 to October 8.

The exhibition includes works from designers working locally and across the country such as Jen Cameron (2004) of BMDodo Strategic Designs in Kingston. Her recent contributions to work on the rebranding of the Kingston Airport was featured national design magazine, Design Edge. Larry Harris (1980) Senior Designer at Queen’s University, whose design team rebranded Queen’s with a new corporate identity, as well as designing the new logo for the City of Kingston, and Victoria designer, Kevin House (1991), who designed the logo for the winning Vancouver/Whistler Olympic bid, "Can You Imagine" campaign.

"We have grads working all over the country in many diverse areas of design," said Brandon Laird, Coordinator of the Graphic Design program at SLC. "We are also proud that many of our alumni are working right here in Kingston, and even at St. Lawrence College."

Local grads are working for employers such as Queen’s University, Empire Life, Istorm New Media, Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health, Open Text, the Department of National Defence, Allan Graphics, to name a few. Nationally, our alumni are designing for Nike, CTV, MuchMusic, Steamwhistle Brewery, The Bay, Sirrius Radio, Rogers Communications, the TTC, Sprint and Dell, Disney/Pixar, and many more.

A one-day professional development seminar is also being held at St. Lawrence College on Tuesday, September 28, hosted by the Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario. The seminar is open to all.

Exhibition hours: Monday to Thursday, 8am—9pm
Friday, 8am—4pm
Saturday, 12 noon—4pm
Sunday, closed