Once a year, magazine people have a great opportunity to see some of the best work from the graduates of the Sheridan College Illustration program. This time Illustrationism 2013 is at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. at 99 Sudbury Street in Toronto. You'll be able to size up graduates of this, the only 4-year, dedicated Bachelor of Arts Illustration degree program in Canada. They work in traditional ways such as painting and drawing as well as digital technologies such as Web design and motion graphics. Many of these grads may soon, or are already, pitching their skills to art directors.
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