Graphic Design Discussion

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This might be fun: a “Design and Advertising Discussion” will be held on Tuesday, March 25 at Heritage Hall on the MSU-COT campus. It’s scheduled to run from 5:30 until 8:00 pm, and is open to everyone. From the website:

Are you interested in what makes graphic designers ‘tick’? How do they stay creative while they are working under the pressure of pleasing clients and meeting deadlines? What is their work really like? Discussions with the Pros will give you a chance to ask the questions that you have always wondered about. We hope you will join us for a lively discussion with Great Falls’ outstanding professional graphic designers…(f)or more information contact Rhonda Kueffler at 268-3738.
The panel of talent consists of the following professionals: Brenda Peterson & Josh Rowe (Wendt Advertising); Jason Beam (Walker Design); Dan Perbil (Banik Advertising); and Chuck Fulcher (Lodestone Advertising).

Any of you plan to attend?



  1. My Friend Jason (Beam) sent me an invitation to this. I have been deliberating on whether to go, It makes a ton of sense for me to, I just have to be sure I can get a sitter in case the hubby has to do guitar lessons..:D None the less it looks very interesting!

  2. Those of us who attended the Graphic Design Roundtable enjoyed it immensely. The panelists were leading graphic designers from Great Falls representing agencies and sole proprietorships. The information shared by the designers was valuable to those in the audience who are considering design as a career choice. MSU Great Falls is considering offering an Associate Degree in Graphic Design and the panel provided valuable information about their educational background and their individual ‘route to success.’ It was helpful to those of us employed at the college as well as students and the general public. As a bonus, the event was extremely entertaining! The creative personalities of the designers and their professional and personal relationships added to the presentation. If you weren’t able to attend, you missed a great event.

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