Judging Underway for Canadian Printing Awards
September 20, 2016 By PrintAction Staff
Eleven industry leaders have gathered today at the Toronto Botanical Gardens to pour over more than 200 entries submitted into the 2016 Canadian Printing Awards program. Some of the world’s best printing will then be celebrated at the 11th annual gala taking place on November 10, 2016, at the Palais Royale in Toronto. The gala is expected to attract more than 200 industry leaders from across Canada, as well as attendees from the United States and Europe.
The 2016 Canadian Printing Awards judging panel will spend a full day analyzing and evaluating entries through a blind scoring system. Judges are tasked with considering issues like printing process, run length and repeatability across submitted samples. The judges will determine the top projects across more than 20 categories.
The day will conclude with a half-hour discussion and multiple rounds of voting to determine the 2016 Best of Show project.
2016 Canadian Printing Awards Judging Panel
Ray Fagan, Heidelberg Canada
Martin Habekost, Ryerson University
Emily Wong, Penguin Random House
Nick Howard, Howard Graphic Equipment
Tony Karg, Ricoh Canada
Al Kershaw, The Print Wizard
Mark Norlock, KBA Canada
Sean Springett, Manroland Sheetfed North America
Marc Raad, Esko
Abhay Sharma, Ryerson University
Mark Thomas, Unigraph International
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