Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News: 16 October 2020


From SLJ:
     Native Perspectives: Books by, for, and about Indigenous People | Great Books
     Children's Publishing Remembers David Gale, Editor Who Championed LGBTQ Literature
     Navigating the Classics: Two High School Educators Explore Criteria for Inclusion or Replacement
     Weeding Out Racism’s Invisible Roots: Rethinking Children’s Classics

From SLJ's 100 Scope Notes: Step Up Your Spooky in 2020

From SCBWI (for members only): Presenting a Writing Opportunity Only for SCBWI Members (Scary Stories Wanted for an Anthology)

From BookBub: 24 Funny Images Bookish Parents Will Relate To

From PW: Coronavirus Response: Celebrities Reading Kids' Books

From Showbiz CheatSheet: ‘Emily in Paris’ Fans Need to Watch This Netflix Series ASAP for Authentic French Content

EVENT: From The Directory of Illustration - Mastermind Marketing For Illustrators Webinar

COMPETITION: York County Storm Drain Art (open until Jan. 8, 2021 - $200 award)

EVENT: 2020 AIGA Design Conference (online) And a FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY!

EVENT: Adobe Max The Creativity Conference, October 20–22 FREE!

EVENT: Many of the Lightbox sessions are now available for free online HERE


From Muddy Colors:
      CELEBRATING 10 YEARS! (with a Giveaway!)
     Dark Vision with Chris Beatrice!
     Painted In Color a bi-weekly podcast

One of my students turned me on to the art of Jess Karp

From CommArts: SUPERIMPOSE Bold in not just aesthetic, this London agency wants nothing less than to future-proof the advertising industry. Victoria Semykina A playful approach to illustration imbues this Bologna-based illustrator’s work with mystical sensibilities.

From Brian Lies: During his talk, he turned us onto Adam Gustavson's: Making of a Mural

From We Grow Media: Finding Creative Clarity (groovy activity)

From Print and Pattern: Packaging: Base Design

From The Art Room Plant:
     Sylvie Bello I

     Paz Tamburrini

MmHmmm is constantly upping their game (Creative Zoom integration software)

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Trump Administration Says Diversity Training Can Be Harmful. What Does the Research Say?

From EAB (which I still don't know what it stands for, it's not on their website - silly - I'm sure it's "Education" something)
     How COVID-19 Has Impacted Universities Worldwide
     MOOCs as a recruitment tool: the University of York’s approach to ‘try-before-you-buy’ courses
     Understanding and Recruiting Generation Z: Insights for Enrollment Leaders on the Gen Z Mindset

From The NYTimes: The First Semester of College Has Never Been Stranger The pandemic has made it harder to meet people. Classes and clubs have moved online. Students often eat alone. But they’re making the most of it.

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