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Editors Storytelling Night

"The Storyteller," by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (c. mid-1770s) Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

“The Storyteller,” by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (c. mid-1770s) Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

If you joined Editors Canada with hopes of meeting other editors, this is the program for you. Join us Wednesday, February 22, 2017, to commiserate with your fellow editors, learn from them, share a funny story, and hear others’ stories from the editorial trenches.

Program details

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, 750 Spadina Ave., Room R202. The building is fully accessible, and coffee will be served at 7 pm.

7 PM Mingling and informal Q & A session for new and prospective members
7:30 PM Announcements and business meeting
8:00 PM Program
9 PM Mix and mingle

November speaker Q&A: Creative director Bob Hambly

Bob Hambly

Want a sneak peek at the guest speaker for EAC’s Toronto branch’s November members’ meeting? Meet Bob Hambly, creative director for the Toronto design firm Hambly & Woolley and the vice-president of communications for the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD). Hambly’s artwork and illustrations have been published in the New York Times Magazine, Time magazine, and Martha Stewart Living. At Hambly & Woolley, he oversees brand development projects, operations, and administration.

At our upcoming branch meeting, Hambly will be talking about how editors, writers, and designers can work together to tell stories through design, how editors can find illustrators on a small budget, and more.

Meeting details
November 26, 2013
Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, Room 318 (southwest corner of Spadina Avenue and Bloor Street West)
7 PM: Open discussion session for new and prospective EAC members
7:30 PM: Information session and program (Bob Hambly’s presentation)
9 PM: Mix-and-mingle over coffee, tea, and cake
Meetings are FREE for EAC members and students, and $10 for all other attendees.

Q&A conducted by Emily Chau