Graphic Design Podcast: Save the Date for our Next Live Podcast Recording – 5/30/2014

Heather Sakai
  • May 28, 2014
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Graphic Design Podcast

Join us at 1pm ET on Friday, May 30, 2014 for the next edition of your favorite graphic design podcast: the Go Media Podcast. This episode, we’ll be chatting with our Todd Gauman, Event Director for Weapons of Mass Creation Fest. Listen in as Todd shares why this year will be bigger and better than all the rest.

Live chat and audio feed available at starting at 1:00 pm ET. If you post a question or topic in the live chat, we’ll read and respond to it “on air”.

A little bit about WMC:

Weapons of Mass Creation Fest is the brainchild of Go Media Partner Jeff Finley, founded in 2010. Three days that will change your life, WMC Fest is the premier art, design, and music event in the USA!  Entering its fifth year, it has generated comparisons to TED and SXSW but it’s truly one of a kind. Over three days, more than 2,000 attendees will travel to Cleveland to see a diverse array of speakers, artists, and musical acts at Cleveland Public Theater. Creative professionals, entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, students, and fans will gather to learn, get inspired, collaborate, network, and celebrate their passion for art, design, music, and entrepreneurship.

Super early bird Tickets are still available and will be until June 14, so grab yours now!


| Thanks to Caroline Moore for the images included in this post |

About the Author, Heather Sakai

Heather Sakai

Heather Sakai is the Arsenal Manager here at Go Media, home of the world's best mockup templates, vectors, textures and other must-have design weaponry. She also serves as the Event Director at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest. Heather is proud to work for the most passionate creative agency in the universe, the best in Cleveland Web Design, custom branding and print.

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