Print & Publishing Symposium

Print & Publishing Symposium 3rd Edition, Aug 16 - 17, 2014




Presented by the Dawson City Community Library, the Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, and Parks Canada with the generous financial support of the Yukon Arts Fund.

The Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Symposium, 3rd Edition will feature a series of workshops, artist talks, open studios, demonstrations, and publication projects featuring artists representing many facets of Print & Publishing from across Canada. All projects will take place in the historic former hub of publishing in Dawson City, The Dawson Daily News between noon - 6pm on Aug 16 & 17. Stay tuned for a detailed program. 

Participating artists:
Peter Braune
Paul Henderson
John Steins
Dan Dowhal 
Anik See
Justin Apperly 
Amy Ball
Elif Saydam 
Suzanna Zak
Ashoona Ashoona
Marc Bell
Paul Hammond
Seth Smith
Rebekah Miller

Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Symposium Postcard Story Competition.

As part of the upcoming 3rd Edition of the Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Symposium, Aug 16 – 17, The Dawson City Community Library and Klondike Institute of Art & Culture are accepting submissions to their Postcard Story Competition.

We’re looking for the best story of up to 150 words in the English language on the theme of “My Inner Animal.” It can be humorous, dramatic, poetic … it’s up to you and your creativity. Grab a postcard, write your 150-word submission (legibly, please), and send it to us.

Award: $150 and 100 printed postcard copies for the winning entry. The winning entry will also be published in the Klondike Sun. The three best entries selected by our jury will be presented aloud at a public event during the 14th Annual Yukon Riverside Arts Festival.

Eligibility: This competition is open to all Canadian citizens and landed immigrants. Story must be previously unpublished, fiction or nonfiction.

Deadline: All entries must be received by KIAC by 5 p.m. on August 15th. Please keep in mind that snail mail can take several days to reach Dawson City. There is no entry fee other than your own postage costs. Address: Box 8000, Dawson City, YT. Y0B1G0.


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