ONLINE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION HAS ENDED
All online registration has ended. On-site registration for the conference will be in person at the Loews Hotel during the following hours:
Wednesday, March 15, 12 - 5 pm, Thursday, March 16, 8 am - 6 p.m., and Friday, March 17, 8 am - 6 p.m., Saturday, March 18, 8 am - noon.
General Registration Rates
2017 Conference: Terminus | Arrivals & Departures
* annual renewal
** one-time fee
For more information on SGCI Membership, please visit: https://sgcinternational.org/membership/
|Wednesday, March 15||$75|
|Thursday, March 16||$150|
|Friday, March 17||$150|
|Saturday, March 18||$150|
Optional sign-ups during registration
|Member Exchange Portfolio||$20|
|Open Portfolio Session*||$20|
|Orpheus Brewery Tour||$12|
* Limited sessions/quantities. Sign up is first come, first served.
The High Museum Works on Paper Study Room Tour
(60 minute duration)
The High's permanent collection features more than 6,500 works on paper from the departments of European art, Folk art, American art, Modern and Contemporary art, and Photography. The Alene and Ralph Uhry Works on Paper Study Room offers programs in conjunction with exhibitions in the adjacent Works on Paper Gallery.
The High Museum curators have worked with the Atlanta SGCI Steering Committee to curate beautiful prints from the High Museum’s archives specifically for SGCI Conference attendees. These tours are complimentary, but will be limited to 12 people per session on a first-come, first-served sign up basis.
|Wednesday, March 15||3:00 - 4:00 pm|
|Thursday, March 16||10:30 - 11:30 am|
|Thursday, March 16||1:00 - 2:00 pm|
|Friday, March 17||10:30 - 11:30 am|
|Friday, March 17||1:00 - 2:00 pm|
Curator’s Tour with Curlee Holten
at The Hudgens Center for the Arts
(Bus Ride to and from Loews Hotel + Tour - 2.5 hour duration)
Take a tour of the exhibit, “A Creative Adventure in Printmaking: Prints from the Experimental Printmaking Institute,” with curator Curlee Holten. “EPI has been passionately committed to advancing the printmaking process as a dynamic and relevant art form for purposes of cultural and creative engagement. The inherent nature of the printmaking medium encourages a communal participation by artists and students alike. EPI uses traditional printmaking techniques in concert with experimental approaches as a means of expanding our visual language. This approach to image making offers us a perfect metaphor in a world of dynamic and diverse values and perspectives.”
—Curlee Raven Holten, David M. ’70 and Linda Roth Professor of Art; Director of the Experimental Printmaking Institute
Also on view: “Atlanta Printmakers Studio: The Best of PRINT BIG! and Deep South and Down Under Portfolio Exchange.” Light refreshments will be served. These tours are complimentary, but will be limited to 40 people per bus on a first-come, first-served sign up basis. Bus ride is approximately 30-40 minutes each way.
|Saturday, March 18||11:00 am - 1:30 pm|
|Saturday, March 18||11:30 am - 2:00 pm|
Heidelberg's 'Print Media Center Atlanta' Tour
(60 minute duration)
With a rich 160+ year history, join Heidelberg for a 60 minute walkthrough of current printing technologies at Print Media Center Atlanta, its North American headquarters. The only manufacturer in the industry that produces full end-to-end solutions for printers, you will have the ability to walkthrough print jobs from start to finish -- from prepress to press to postpress/finishing operations. See high end, special effect applications and modern sheetfed, offset machines printing at 18,000 sheets per hour with the ability to ask questions of our Heidelberg print experts.
1000 Gutenberg Drive | Kennesaw, GA 30144 | (770) 419-6600
|Thursday, March 16||10:00 am - 11:00 am|
|Thursday, March 16||11:30 am - 12:30 pm|
|Thursday, March 16||3:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
Orpheus Brewery Print Party
6 - 9 pm, Thursday, March 16 |
Tour with Six 5 oz. samples and souvenir pint glass
Orpheus Brewery is teaming up with SGCI to create a signature "Terminus" draft beer - only available on Thursday night! (Purchase a custom Terminus + Orpheus Growler and bring it with you to fill up!)
View the Themed Portfolio, "Orpheus: Never Look Back," enjoy the panorama of Piedmont Park from the deck and grab a bite from a local food truck - all while tasting delicious Orpheus Beer.
The brew-smiths at Orpheus Brewery take full advantage of being in the heart of the ATL by keeping the city at the heart of their brewery. This makes sense – they grew up here. Andy went to high school at Paideia, where he graduated in the same class as Porter Co-owner Molly Gunn (what we now refer to as “The All-Star Brew Class”) who years later introduced him to his future Master Brewer, Jason. With ten years of brewing experience under his belt, Jason is certainly passionate and motivated about his beers, and teeming with excitement to offer the fruits of his labors to the community that fostered his passion. "If I go to look at the Porter's draft list with 45 beers on it, I want what I'm making to be the beer that someone sees on the menu and thinks, 'Oh wow, that sounds exciting.' If it's not, then there's no point in making it. Why do something that somebody else is doing?"
Orpheus' brewing methods are highly influenced by Belgian traditions, while also incorporating a healthy dose of American classics. The proof in the pudding? Their Seasonal IPA's which – albeit hoppy – are brewed with unconventional yeasts and grains that lend flavor profiles found in brews of a different color. The rest of their menu sports a myriad of flavors. Their two staple brews, Atalanta and Lyric Ale, are both saisons, the first, a tart plum concoction, and the second, hopped-up like an American IPA would be. The remainder of their draft list boasts everything from sours to imperial stouts, and plenty of barrel-aged brews and strong ales – brews largely, dare we say, are untapped in the Atlanta markets. We’re also thrilled for their forward-thinking projections –including an increasing number of sours (we're already quite fond of their Serpent Bite) and other curious brews on the horizon. Let’s just say – they’ve got our attention as much as they have our tastebuds.
1440 Dutch Valley PL, NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
*must be 21 or older to drink alcohol
Vendors/Publishers/Programs Registration & Ad Rates
|Level 1: (1 Table + 1 Full Registration)||$350|
|Level 2: (2 Tables + 2 Full Registrations)||$500|
|Level 3: (3 Tables + 2 Full Registrations)||$550|
|Full Page Ad||$400|
|Half Page Ad||$250|
|Quarter Page Ad||$150|