98th Annual GCEA Conference
Hosted in Conjunction with Print[ED]

Date: Sunday, July 16 – Thursday, July 20, 2023

Location: RISD in Providence, RI

Registration Options:

  • Full conference registration without GCEA membership: $595
  • Full conference registration for current regular GCEA members: $50
  • Conference registration for non-GCEA members: $125 (this will include a GCEA membership for 2023)

Housing Options:

  • On Campus Housing With Linen Package (Package includes a pillow, pillow case, bed sheets, blanket, bath towel, and hand towel. The package will be placed in your room at arrival.): $50
  • On Campus Without Linen Package: $0 (included in registration cost)
  • Off Campus: $0

Parking Options:

  • Parking: $75 – If you are going to be driving and need to park on campus, please note RISD charges for this. If you are not driving and plan to take a taxi or an uber you will not need to pay for parking.

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GCEA 2023 Call for Presentations: GCEA now invites conference presentation submissions for the annual GCEA Conference to be held on the campus of RISD in Providence, RI July 16-20, 2023. We are looking for a wide variety of presentation topics for this year’s conference including print, graphic design, digital media, imaging, education, and others. There are options for both 25-minute and 50-minute presentations. Computer labs will not be available however, rooms will be equipped with wifi. We encourage activity-based presentations as well as traditional presentations. Abstract submissions are due May 15, 2023 and presenters will be notified no later than May 26, 2023.

Submit Proposals Here

More Information:

Providence is centrally located in New England and has a great airport that includes flights from major airlines like Delta and Southwest. It is also easily accessible by train.

As part of the conference, we will also be having a day hosted by Frank Romano at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, MA. During our tour of the museum, we will not only be taking a tour we will also be doing a couple hands-on projects. If you want to check out the museum, here is the website: https://www.museumofprinting.org/