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GraphCom Web/Multimedia Developer Alex Price is heading once again to Edmonton to join The Balloon Fairies. This time she and her winged cohorts will be sculpting balloons for delighted kiddies and adults at The City Market Canada Day Celebration with Circus Montreal as well as The City of Edmonton Canada Day celebrations.
GraphCom writer Dave Stewart is volunteering for his third year with the Special Olympics Festival taking place this Wednesday, June 27 at the Delta Prince Edward in Charlottetown. The $100 a plate event is the major fundraiser each year for Special Olympics PEI. Guests this year include Toronto Maple Leafs President/Gen Manager Brian Burke, Leafs Captain Dion Phaneuf, Dr. Frank Heyden, and many more. For information call 902-368-8919.
GraphCom is pleased to support Ashton MacNeill and Kenton Smallman in their fundraising kayak trip around PEI. In fact, we've put a website together for them. You can get more information and donate at kayakingforcancerpei.ca. All funds raised are going to the Cancer Treatment Centre at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown.
GraphCom's Dean Johnstone & Craig MacLeod are taking part in The 2nd Annual Golf PEI Tournament at Countryview Golf Course today, Monday, June 4. FORE!
GraphCom writer Dave Stewart talks with Henk van Leeuwen, Executive Director of Culture PEI, in the May/June issue of Chamber Magazine, about how business and culture can support each other. The piece also features infographics by GraphCom designer Matt McCarron. Link
Join GraphCom writer/project manager Dave Stewart as he presents the Opening Night Screening of the 2012 Island Media Arts Festival at the Georgetown Playhouse on Tuesday, May 8, at 7 pm. Film and new media is growing on PEI and in the Atlantic region.
The 2012 Arts & Heritage Trail Guide and the 2012 PEI Flavours Culinary Trail Guide are now out. GraphCom worked with the PEI Culinary Alliance on the former and TIAPEI, ACOA & the Department of Tourism and Culture on the latter to produce both guides. They are available at Visitor Information Centres, online and at outlets across PEI.
We're sorry to hear about two programs at Holland College being put on hiatus due to budget cuts. April Condon, an instructor in one of these programs - Interactive Multimedia - was a designer at GraphCom before returning to her alma mater. April is a stellar designer, and we know that the Island will be seeing a lot from her. In fact, you might recognize her design work for the band Bad Habits.
The 2012 Prince Edward Island Visitor's Guide is out, featuring ads we've done for clients including The Charlottetown Airport Authority, PEI 2014, The PEI Arts & Heritage Trail Guide, Discover PEI Studio Tours, Stanley Bridge Country Resort & Conference Centre, Dalvay By the Sea Inn & Dining Room, The Quilt Gallery, and The Great Canadian Soap Company.
A webisode of Will Beckett's online series "Arts on PEI" will be included in the upcoming IMAFEST, running May 8-13, 2012. The subject of the episode is GraphCom writer Dave Stewart and his cartoon strip "And Yet I Blame Hollywood". More info about IMAFEST at http://islandmedia.pe.ca/events/imaf.
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KUDO #4 Graphic Communications has provided us with excellent customer service and have been totally a pleasure to deal with...
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