There was some weirdness in the Journal Link sent out to GNSi Subscribers. It should be corrected here in this announcement:
The latest GNSI 2015 Journal, No.4 Issue is now available for download online FREE to members! The print membership version is in the mail now.
This issue includes these great articles:
- The illuminators are Illuminated! 2015 Conference Review
— Arcadia University had everything we needed for a robust conference of science communicators, educators, illustrators and artists.
- Memories of Carolyn Gast
— Carolyn Bartlett Gast, the primary founder of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, passed away in September, 2015.
- Perceptions of the Aboriginal Forest
— This was not art in the current western sense of having intrinsic commercial value, but rather a vital communication of traditional values.
- 2016 Conference at Santa Cruz!
— This year’s GNSI conference will be held at the University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC), July 3–9.
- Member Spotlight: Ikumi Kayama
— Ever since she was little, Ikumi knew she wanted to be an artist.
- GNSI Handbook Survey
— Given the current availability of electronic information, how many artists still own and use the Handbook, and have electronic information sources replaced the need for such a large volume?
- How Art/Design Competitions Exploit Artists
— As an illustrator, I’m frequently confronted with work “opportunities” that do not merit consideration, and I know I’m not alone.
- Save The Date! 2016 GNSI Annual Conference: July 3-9, 2016
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