Events & Workshops

logo October 4, 2007: Medical Illustration: The Art of Communicating Science presented at MICA3pm Brown 320: The JHU Medical Illustration program brought to the Maryland Institute of Art campus Jennifer Fairman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine at John Hopkins University, School of Medicine. This program was a tremendous success! More than 78 students attended this session to learn about how art meets science in this fascinating career path. Jennifer Fairman gave a detailed talk about her process of becoming a medical illustrator and how she pursued science and art while an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland at College Park. Jennifer’s talk revealed the many areas where medical illustration is utilized from “web sites, annual reports, surgical and science textbooks, advertisements, medical journals, anatomical charts, and patient education materials.” Students who are interested to learn more about this career path, can stop by career development at 1210 Mount Royal for program information sheets. This wonderful program was organized by Julie LeSuer.
logo July 18 – 22, 2007: Montana AMI MeetingThe Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Meeting will be held in Bozeman, Montana this year.Business Mini-Sessions
When: Thursday July 19, 2007
Jennifer Fairman will be giving an introduction to the features and functions of FileMaker Pro as a time and sanity-saving business tool that can easily organize vital data that is often easy to lose such as client contact information, job information and illustration archiving. Jennifer will demonstrate why and how FileMaker can help a small illustration studio business owner can get more organized with computer-aided demonstration. Topics covered will include how to set up a basic database, and database types/features including client /contact management systems, job management, and building a database to archive stock artwork for easy reteival. Other organizational tips will be addressed such as how to make sure all files, both digital and paper are easy to find using job numbers, archive numbers, file-naming conventions etc.

Getting Organized with FileMakerPro – Techniques Showcase
When: Friday July 20, 2007
Jennifer Fairman will be giving an introduction to the features and functions of FileMaker Pro as a time and sanity-saving business tool that can easily organize vital data that is often easy to lose such as client contact information, job information and illustration archiving. Jennifer will demonstrate why and how FileMaker can help a small illustration studio business owner can get more organized with computer-aided demonstration. Topics covered will include how to set up a basic database, and database types/features including client /contact management systems, job management, and building a database to archive stock artwork for easy reteival. Other organizational tips will be addressed such as how to make sure all files, both digital and paper are easy to find using job numbers, archive numbers, file-naming conventions etc.

Futures Forum
When: Saturday July 21, 2007
Are we facing critical changes that will redefine our profession in the future? Join us to continue the exciting dialogue begun at last year’s popular Futures Forum – with a new twist. Our panel members represent Medical Illustration 2.0 – the next generation of comers who have the most to gain by understanding what’s next and being prepared. Our panelists will kick-off the Forum with their perspectives on where we might find land while sailing the uncharted waters of our changing world. Topics include the impact of new technologies, our place in the biocommunication food-chain, the threat of foreign competition, issues about intellectual property access, and much more. Panelists are: Jennifer E. Fairman, CMI; Graham Johnson, CMI; David Rosenberg, CMI, Joan Tycko, CMI; and Nick Wolridge, BSc.BMC, MSc.

Vesalius Scholars – Plenary Session
When: Saturday July 21, 2007
Be sure to stop by the Vesalius Scholars Session – Every year the Vesalius Trust hosts a concurrent session where a selection of scholarship recipients agree to participate and present their thesis and research at the AMI Annual meeting. Between 4-5 speakers present and each presentation lasts approximately 15 minutes long. Attendees are given the opportunity to also ask questions of the presenters.

logo July 15 – 21, 2007: Montana GNSI MeetingThe Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Meeting will be held in Bozeman, Montana this year.Getting Organized with FileMakerPro – Plenary Session
When: Tuesday July 17, 2007
Jennifer Fairman will be giving an introduction to the features and functions of FileMaker Pro as a time and sanity-saving business tool that can easily organize vital data that is often easy to lose such as client contact information, job information and illustration archiving. Jennifer will demonstrate why and how FileMaker can help a small illustration studio business owner can get more organized with computer-aided demonstration. Topics covered will include how to set up a basic database, and database types/features including client /contact management systems, job management, and building a database to archive stock artwork for easy reteival. Other organizational tips will be addressed such as how to make sure all files, both digital and paper are easy to find using job numbers, archive numbers, file-naming conventions etc.

Business Round-Table
When: Tuesday July 17, 2007
Jennifer Fairman will be participating with a panel of highly experienced freelance illustrators to answer questions about business operations, client relationships, juggling business and family life, business ethics and more.

logo March 28, 2007: Medical Illustration: The Art of Communicating Science presented at University of Maryland Scholars Session Jennifer Fairman presented to the University of Maryland Scholars Life Sciences Program Medical Illustration: The Art of Communicating Science. Students who attended this session learned about how art meets science in this fascinating career path. Jennifer Fairman gave a detailed talk about her process of becoming a medical illustrator and how she pursued science and art while an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland at College Park. Jennifer’s talk revealed the many areas where medical illustration is utilized from “web sites, annual reports, surgical and science textbooks, advertisements, medical journals, anatomical charts, and patient education materials.”
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logo November 18 2006: Mid-Atlantic Biocommunicators Meeting The Mid-Atlantic Biocommunicators Meeting will be a full-day of presentations and workshops geared to biocommunicators of all specialties, including writing and editing, graphic design and illustration, and scientific imaging. The conference will be heald at the national Cancer Institute at Frederick on the grounds of Fort Detrick in historic Frederick, MD. Jennifer Fairman will be presenting at this conference. More details to follow…
logo August 2 – 6, 2006: Annual AMI Meeting, Boston, MA An exciting blend of learning opportunities in art techniques, state of the art science and medicine, and successful business practices awaits in the big city of Boston, in conjunction with SIGGRAPH 2006. Rediscover Boston ­ There’s something for everyone! Boston’06 promises to be an annual meeting of unparalleled adventure and discovery that you simply cannot afford to miss. Join the AMI in a city that boasts of world class medical centers, cutting edge biotechnology companies, innovative high tech companies and educational institutions that employ the most brilliant and creative minds in the world. Our meeting venue, the elegant and stylish Boston Marriott Cambridge, is located on the MIT campus, minutes away from exceptional dining, theater, sports, historic sites and shopping. Superb public transportation is at your doorstep. Come join the AMI and rediscover the excitement, energy and promise of our profession that was felt at the AMI’s fourth annual meeting in Boston in 1949. Grow, explore and challenge yourself, while having the time of your life! Thursday, August 3rd, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Concurrent 8: Vesalius Scholars Session
0.15 Biomed. Sci. CEUs
This session will highlight the work of student scholars, recently awarded research grants by the Vesalius Trust. Awardees will present current research and findings on medical illustration techniques and practice.

Saturday, August 5th, 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Techniques Showcase
Digital Watercolor Wash Demo Jennifer will be going over one of her favorite illustration techniques: using “natural” virtual brushes to make your digital artwork exude a traditional look and feel. Jennifer will cover a “digital watercolor wash” technique which employs the same color theory used in traditional wtarecolor glazing techniques. She will show samples of work, cover the basic steps and give a demo using a sample sketch.

Here is the Watercolor Wash Handout

Jeni Draws:

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logo August 7 – 13 2005: 2005 GNSI Conference and Annual Meeting – Bar Harbor, Maine The meeting will be held at the College of the Atlantic, near Acadia National Park. Herring gulls and fog, and tidal pools; mountain climbs and whale watching, a clam bake for a banquet and a barbecue. Mount Desert Island (reachable by causeway) where Bar Harbor is located, is the East Coast answer to Eden. The home of the only National Park in the northeast, it boasts rocky coast, pine-covered hikable mountains, America’s only natural fjord, a museum celebrating the art of bird carving and the charms of New England Yankee hospitality. The College of the Atlantic is where we will stay and they think we’re a great fit with their ecology oriented program. We will be the only group on this small campus then, and will have full run of the facilities. The college is situated slightly outside of the town of Bar Harbor (a fifteen minute walk) along the shoreline. Fairman Studios will be participating in the following presentations:

Wednesday, August 10
Digital Watercolor Wash
Jennifer Fairman
8:30-9:30am; Lecture Hall
Jennifer will spend an hour going over one her favorite illustration techniques: using “natural” virtual brushes to make your digital artwork exude a traditional look and feel. Jennifer will cover a “digital watercolor wahs” technique which employs the same color theory used in traditional wtarecolor glazing techniques. She will show samples of work, cover the basic steps and give a demo using a sample sketch.

Here is the Watercolor Wash Handout

Wednesday, August 10
Business Roundtable
Marjorie Leggitt, Amy Bartlett-Wright, Jennifer Fairman, John Norton, Elizabeth Morales and Paul Mirocha
9:30-11:20am; Auditorium
This panel of highly experienced freelance illustrators will answer your questions about business operations, client relationships, juggling business and family life, business ethics and more.

logo July 28 – August 1, 2005: Annual AMI Meeting, Los Angeles, CA An exciting blend of learning opportunities in art techniques, state of the art science and medicine, and successful business practices awaits in the big city of Los Angeles, in conjunction with SIGGRAPH 2005. Saturday, July 30th, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Concurrent 7: Vesalius Scholars
0.15 Biomed. Sci. CEUs
This session will highlight the work of student scholars, recently awarded research grants by the Vesalius Trust. Awardees will present current research and findings on medical illustration techniques and practice.

Sunday, July 31st, 2:45pm – 4:30pm
Concurrent 14: The Negotiation Game
0.10 Business CEUs
Chris Gralapp ­ Moderator
Jennifer Fairman, Virginia Ferrante, Kip Carter
Preuss Brandt Theatre
The prospect of entering the negotiation dance can be daunting to new and seasoned illustrators alike. How can I avoid caving in to pressure? How do I hang on to the rights I want to keep? How can I learn to say No, and still get to Yes? Join the fun as Jennifer Fairman, Virginia Ferrante and Kip Carter guide us through some common negotiating scenarios, to help clarify good negotiation technique that will get results.


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logo April 12, 2005: “Setting Up Shop” – Presented by Fairman StudiosJennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will give a 2 hour presentation and lead an open discussion regarding how to set up a business from a freelance artist’s perspective. She will discuss and take questions from the group on a variety of topics including finances, taxes and finding an accountant, organizing, incorporating and much more. She will also demo time-saving software, FileMaker Pro and QuickBooks Pro, used for accounting, databasing and archiving. Come join us as we share ideas on setting up an independent illustration studio. Bring questions, snacks, friends and yourself.
Download Meeting Agenda (pdf) Where: Massachusetts College of Art
Tower Building, 11th Floor, Trustees Room
Avenue of the Arts, 621 Huntington Avenue (between Longwood Avenue and Evans Way)
Boston, MA
For directions: http://www.massart.edu/about/directions.html

When: April 12, 2005, 7pm to 9pm

For more information contact:
Jennifer Fairman, Owner, Fairman Studios, LLC: info@fairmanstudios.com
or visit: Boston Chapter Graphic Artists Guild Website

logo April 2, 2005: “Designing Eye-catching Brochures and Webpages” – Presented by Fairman StudiosJennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will facilitate a lunchtime roundtable at the upcoming American Medical Writer’s Association, New England regional conference on Saturday, April 2, 2005Where: Sheraton Hotel, Framingham, MA
When: April 2, 2005

For more information contact:
Judy Linn: (508) 358-7071
judyhlinn@aol.com
or visit the AMWA Website

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January 16, 2005: Business Panel Jennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will participate with other New England scientific illustrators in an open discussion about business topics for freelance scientific illustrator’s. More details to come!Where: Rhode Island School of Design
13 Waterman St. (Nature Lab Building) Rm. 33
Providence, RI 02903
For directions: http://www.risd.edu

When: Saturday, January 16, 2005, 10:00 am – 2 pm (includes a break for lunch)

For more information contact:
Jennifer Fairman, Owner, Fairman Studios, LLC: info@fairmanstudios.com

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logo July 29, 2004: “First Timer’s Workshop” – Cleveland AMI MeetingThe Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Meeting will be held in Cleveland, Ohio this year. Jennifer Fairman and Megan Bluhm will be giving the First Timer’s Workshop. This workshop is intended for students, new AMI members/non-members, and all other individuals who are attending the AMI Annual Meeting for their first time. The session will introduce newcomers to each other and the AMI – the Annual meeting, AMI Headquarters, and much, much more… see more detailsVesalius Scholars – Plenary Session
When: Saturday, July 31, 2004, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Be sure to stop by the Vesalius Scholars Session – Every year the Vesalius Trust hosts a concurrent session where a selection of scholarship recipients agree to participate and present their thesis and research at the AMI Annual meeting. Between 3-4 speakers present and each presentation lasts approximately 15 minutes each. Attendees are given the opportunity to also ask questions of the presenters.

Techniques Showcase – Penguin and Puffin Coast: Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo
When: Saturday, July 31, 2004, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Jennifer has also recently been asked to present her artwork from Penguin and Puffin Coast, featuring Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo. She will be performing a laptop demo during the Saturday afternoon showcase. This demo will cover sketching birds by hand, then scanning, rendering and designing the illustrations using a computer. She will show sample sketches and finished paintings.

Additionally, Jennifer will be on hand to answer questions about FileMaker Pro or QuickBooks Pro. Attendees will be able to interact at the showcase and be given the chance to try using the databases and software being demonstrated. Handouts for these demonstartions are below:

Download: Penguins and Puffins (coming soon) (pdf)
Download a QuickBooks Pro Handout (pdf)
Download a FileMaker Pro Handout (pdf)

 

Be sure to stop by and spend one-on-one time with her working style, and ask questions! see more details

 

 

logo Thursday, July 8, 2004: “Setting Up Shop” Half-Day Workshop at 2004 GNSI Conference and Annual Meeting in Williamsburg, VASetting up Shop!
Jennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios has recently been invited by the GNSI to give a half day workshop and lead an open discussion on how to set up a studio business at the 2004 Annual meeting.This four-hour presentation and open discussion will focus on how to set up a small business from a freelance scientific illustrator’s perspective. Jennifer will also demonstrate time-saving software for accounting, organizational and archival purposes using QuickBooks Pro and FileMaker Pro. Topics will include: finances, taxes and finding an accountant, organizing, incorporating, budgeting, pricing and much more. The second part of the workshop will include demos of (1) accounting software for free-lancers (QuickBooks Pro), (2) a client-tracking system and (3) an illustration archive database (using FileMaker Pro). This demo session will be 1 hour.

Attendees will be able to interact with the session’s presenter and be given the chance to try using the databases and software being demonstrated at the end of the concurrent session. Questions and/or comments from attendees will be welcomed at the end of each of the presentations. In addition, contact information will be made available to attendees for after-meeting follow-up.

Download: Workshop Syllabus (pdf)
Download a QuickBooks Pro Handout (pdf)
Download a FileMaker Pro Handout (pdf)

Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Bring: Notebook and writing utencil (Handouts will be provided)
When: Thursday, July 8, 2004, 8:30am – 11:45am, Half Day
Where: Williamsburg, VA, College of William and Mary
For more information contact: info@fairmanstudios.com

Penguin and Puffin Coast: Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo
Jennifer has also recently been asked to present her artwork featured in the September issue of the GNSI newsletter, “Penguin and Puffin Coast: Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo.” This lecture will cover the behind-the-scenes work that took place in completing the artwork for this project. This slide presentation will also will the audience through the various business and art aspects of producing a variety of materials for the Saint Louis Zoo’s new Penguin and Puffin Coast exhibit. Topics will include: An Introduction: Jennifer Fairman, Fairman Studios and the Saint Louis Zoo. Project Description: What was the Zoo trying to accmplish in the broader aspect of this project? Business: How the Zoo found Fairman Studios, the interaction process (logistics of travel and communication), researching, work flow, bidding, how prices were determined, how and what kind of contract was established, how payments were made, who retained what rights, and some of the unusual and unexpected things that happened during the progression of the project. Art: Sketching by hand, then scanning, rendering and designing the illustrations using a computer. see more details

Techniques Showcase: Penguin and Puffin Coast
Jennifer will be participating at the Techniques Showcase – She will be performing a laptop demo during the Monday afternoon showcase. Be sure to stop by and spend one-on-one time with her working style, and ask questions!

logo April 16-18 2004: Presentations Scheduled at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine has invited Jennifer Fairman to present and teach at the Annual JHU – Corbel, Georgia – Toronto Exchange:

Penguin and Puffin Coast: Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo
Friday, April 16, 9:15 – 10:30 am
Jennifer has recently been asked to present her artwork featured in the September issue of the GNSI newsletter, “Penguin and Puffin Coast: Illustrations from the Saint Louis Zoo.” This lecture will cover the behind-the-scenes work that took place in completing the artwork for this project. Jennifer will also cover her rendering techniques in ornithological illustration. Read more about it

Get Organized! An Introduction to FileMaker Pro and QuickBooks
Saturday, April 17, 11:00 – 11:45 am
Jennifer will be presenting File Maker Pro database systems to the students in the graduate program. This presentation will include organization and accounting, archiving for artwork and client tracking systems and mailing lists.

Download a QuickBooks Pro Handout (pdf)
Download a FileMaker Pro Handout (pdf)

logo March 24, 2004: “Setting Up Shop” – Presented by Fairman StudiosJennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will give a 2 hour presentation and lead an open discussion how to set up a business from a freelance artist’s perspective. She will discuss and take questions from the group on a variety of topics. Topics will include: finances, taxes and finding an accountant, organizing, incorporating and much more. She will also demo time-saving software, FileMaker Pro and QuickBooks Pro, used for accounting, databasing and archiving. Come join us as we share ideas on setting up an independent illustration studio. Bring questions, snacks, friends and yourself.
03.23.04 Update: Download Meeting Agenda (pdf)

Where: Massachusetts College of Art
Tower Building, 11th Floor, Trustees Room
Avenue of the Arts, 621 Huntington Avenue (between Longwood Avenue and Evans Way)
Boston, MA
For directions: http://www.massart.edu/about/directions.html

When: March 24, 2004, 7pm to 9pm

For more information contact:
Jennifer Fairman, Owner, Fairman Studios, LLC: info@fairmanstudios.com
or visit: Boston Chapter Graphic Artists Guild Website

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logo December 9, 2003: (RESCHEDULED!) “Portfolio Showing” – Presented by the Boston Chapter of the Graphic Artists GuildSeveral of Boston’s top illustrators and designers will be sharing their portfolios. Every year the Guild has a Shop Talk for people to share their portfolio and get a chance to take a peak at other people’s work. You don’t have to bring anything if you just want to get some inspiration or learn a little about how to improve your own book or promotions. A great opportunity to see the presentation of their work that gets them hired! This will be perfect for any students, aspiring artists or anyone looking for a little inspiration to improve their own book. Presenters include Tony Persani, Scott Magoon, Jennifer Fairman, Andrew Lawrence and Rob Saunders:Tony Persiani

      is always very busy cranking out work for many big name clients such as Coke, NY Times, TV Guide, Forbes, Disney, Consumer Reports, WGBH and many others. Come find out why he’s in such demand!

http://www.persart.com/Scott Magoon also has many big name illustration clients like Hewlett-Packard, Verizon and Lycos. But it doesn’t stop there, he’s also designed websites and some very cool animations. How is this possible for one man to do all this work? Come find out! http://www.ducttapeman.com/

Jennifer Fairman is the owner and founder of a board certified biomedical communications studio specializing in medical and biological illustration.” She’s received numerous grants and awards and has many top medical clients. If you think you have the skill and professionalism it takes to be medical illustrator, don’t miss checking out her work. By the way, she promised to bring an animation of her work which is sure to be amazing! http://www.fairmanstudios.com/

Robert Saunders has been doing commissioned illustration work since 1981. He’s won awards from Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Print, Art Directors Club, Boston Ad Club, to name a few. Don’t miss your chance to meet him and check out his award-winning work. http://www.robertsaunders.com/

Andrew Lawrence will be there…But is he a designer, an illustrator? Who knows? Come decide for yourself! http://www.lawrencedesign.com

Where: Massachusetts College of Art
Tower Building, 11th Floor, Trustees Room
Avenue of the Arts, 621 Huntington Avenue (between Longwood Avenue and Evans Way)
Boston, MA
For directions: http://www.massart.edu/about/directions.html

When:(RESCHEDULED!!! PLEASE NOTE.) Tuesday, December 9, 2002, 7pm to 9pm

For more information contact:
Andrew Lawrence, Boston GAG Chapter Events Coordinator: andrew@lawrencedesign.com
or visit: Boston Chapter Graphic Artists Guild Website

logo July 23 – 27, 2003: “Problem Solving!” – New Orleans AMI MeetingThe Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Meeting will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana this year. Several exciting events are to take place:

First Timers Workshop
When:

      Thursday, July 24, 2003, 8am – 12 noon
      Jennifer Fairman will be giving yet another session of the First Timer’s Workshop. This workshop is intended for students, new AMI members/non-members, and all other individuals who are attending the AMI Annual Meeting for their first time.

Vesalius Scholars – Plenary Session
When:

      Saturday, July 26, 2003, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
      Be sure to stop by the Vesalius Scholars Session – Every year the

Vesalius Trust

      hosts a concurrent session where a selection of scholarship recipients agree to participate and present their thesis and research at the AMI Annual meeting. Between 3-4 speakers present and each presentation lasts approximately 15 minutes each. Attendees are given the opportunity to also ask questions of the presenters.

ATTENTION CMI’s: The Vesalius Scholars Session has been approved for 0.15 ART ceus.!

Setting Up a Small Business – Concurrent Session
When:

      Sunday, July 27, 2003, 8:30am – 10:00am

Moderator:

      Jennifer Fairman, CMI

Panelists:

      Marie Dauenheimer, Bill Hamilton, and Sam Collins

Problem Solving

      is the theme for this year’s meeting. Jennifer Fairman (moderator), Marie Dauenheimer, Bill Hamilton, and Sam Collins, all successful entrepreneurs, will discuss the details and challenges of setting up shop as a self-employed illustrator. Be sure to bring your questions to this session, it’s sure to be an extremely informative open discussion!

ATTENTION CMI’s: Setting Up a Small Business has been approved for 0.15 BUSINESS ceus.!

Download Concurrent Agenda (pdf)

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April 12, 2003: “Setting Up Shop” – Presented by Fairman StudiosJennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will give a 2 hour presentation and lead an open discussion how to set up a business from a freelance scientific illustrator’s perspective. She will also demo time-saving software for accounting, organizational and archival purposes using QuickBooks and FileMaker Pro.ATTENTION CMI’s: Setting Up Shop has been approved for 0.25 ceus.!
If any CMIs attend the presentation, afterwards be sure to send in an electronic AMI CEU Verification Form to HQ to get credit. This form MUST be submitted within 30 days after you have completed the activity, or no credit will be entered for the course. Shortly after submission of this form you will receive a confirmation email for your records. You may also download a PDF version of the Verification Form.

Download Meeting Agenda (pdf)
Download Presentation (ppt)
Download GNSI coverage (pdf)

Where: Rhode Island School of Design
13 Waterman St. (Nature Lab Building) Rm. 33
Providence, RI 02903
For directions: http://www.risd.edu

When: Saturday, April 12, 2003, 10:00 am – 2 pm (includes a break for lunch)

For more information contact:
Erica Beade, GNSI New England Event Coordinator: e.beade@verizon.net
Jennifer Fairman, Owner, Fairman Studios, LLC: info@fairmanstudios.com

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logo December 11, 2002: “Setting Up Shop” – Presented by Fairman StudiosJennifer Fairman of Fairman Studios will give a 2 hour presentation and lead an open discussion how to set up a business from a freelance artist’s perspective. She will discuss and take questions from the group on a variety of topics. Topics will include: finances, taxes and finding an accountant, organizing, incorporating and much more. Come join us as we share ideas on setting up an independent illustration studio. Bring questions, snacks, friends and yourself. Download Meeting Agenda (pdf)Where: Massachusetts College of Art
Tower Building, 11th Floor, Trustees Room
Avenue of the Arts, 621 Huntington Avenue (between Longwood Avenue and Evans Way)
Boston, MA
For directions: http://www.massart.edu/about/directions.html

When: Wednesday, December 11, 2002, 7pm to 9pm

For more information contact:
Matt Sloane, Boston GAG Chapter President: matt@mattdraws.com
Jennifer Fairman, Owner, Fairman Studios, LLC: info@fairmanstudios.com
or visit: Boston Chapter Graphic Artists Guild Website

logo July 24, 2002: “First Timer’s Workshop” – Austin AMI MeetingThe Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Meeting will be held in Austin, Texas this year. Jennifer Fairman, along with Jill Gregory and Kellie Holoski, will be giving the First Timer’s Workshop. This workshop is intended for students, new AMI members/non-members, and all other individuals who are attending the AMI Annual Meeting for their first time. The session will introduce newcomers to each other and the AMI – the Annual meeting, AMI Headquarters, and much, much more… see more details
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p a s t    p r e s e n t a t i o n s :
First Timer’s Workshops: Association of Medical Illustrators Annual Meeting
Asilomar, CA 2001; Rochester, MN 2000; Atlanta, GA 1999HTML and Creating a Web Page:Department of Art As Applied to Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 1998Scientific Illustration Workshop: Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio), Santo Domingo, Heredia, Costa Rica, 1997

Scientific Illustration Workshops: Eyes on Science: Illustrating Natural History (Exhibit & Demonstrations), NMNH, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1996

Scientific Illustration Workshop: BugFest! On the National Mall, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, 1997

Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web
National Conference of the Entomological Society of America, Louisville, KY, 1996

Web Design: HTML: the Internet and the World Wide Web
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1996

Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web
Smithsonian 150th Birthday Party on the Mall, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1996

Web Design: HTML: the Internet and the World Wide Web
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Regional Meeting, Washington, DC, 1996

Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web
Eastern Branch Conference of the Entomological Society of America, Williamsburg, VA, 1996

Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web
Department of Entomology, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, 1996