wear your voice

I [Stella Gassaway] participated along with Jane Golden Director of the Mural Arts Program and Ennis Carter from Design for Social Impact in the judging for the AIGA Philadelphia wear your voice project inspired by work from our pals at worldstudio foundation.

The work was on display at the

Icebox Gallery in the Crane Arts Building
(1400 North American Street,
Philadelphia, PA)

The winners were:

First: Lori Brader (Kutztown University)
Second: Robyn Halper (Philadelphia University)
Third: Shala Abbasi (Tyler School of Art)

Honorable Mentions:
Eric Ashleigh (Tyler School of Art)
Jessica Bogart (University of Delaware)
Jeffrey Buckwalter (Philadelphia University)
Kevin Furst (Philadelphia University)
Christopher Gonzalez (Kutztown University)
Rebecca Hatton (Kutztown University)
Amanda Maletsky (Kutztown University)
Teresa McCullough (Philadelphia University)
E. Casey Peters (Kutztown University)
Greg Puglese (Tyler School of Art)

People’s Choice Awards:
Jessica Bogart (University of Delaware)
Megan Fulton (Tyler School of Art)
Wesley Martin (Philadelphia University)

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A brand new iMac for E.

These are the fine fellows at the Apple store that helped my pal Erica purchase her new iMac. It was an intervention to move her from some clunky old windoze laptop to her new 20″ iMac.

I get the credit for adding another switcher to my list.

This is the third person I have assisted in the switch from PC to Mac. I must say that Apple sure has made it easier. With Apple stores, pro care, and friendly helpful staff its an easy and painless SWITCH. Migrating all of the documents from the PC were done by the Apple store team. My friends went home plugged their machines in and exclaimed with joy when all of their contacts, appointments, bookmarks, and photos where there.

The new pro care services are terrific! My pals go out to the Apple store to take lessons on how to do do things like iMovie and iPhoto. They are really entering iLife.

I’m very excited that my pals don’t fight with their technology any more… it just works.

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