Semester Wrap Up Information – Important News :)

Dear CGII Class,

Well, here we are wrapping up our semester. It has been a difficult one… but I believe that we have made the most of it, and completed a ton of great work! Im super proud of everyone! Please read this whole post as it holds a lot of important info for the remainder of the semester.

*This Friday May 15th we will have our final class critique and student presentations in ZOOM (same info as always).

We will begin at 10am and end at 12pm.

Join the Friday May 15th 10Am Zoom Meeting via URL here

Join the Zoom Meeting via Meeting ID: 449 258 871

As we discussed, each student will have the chance to share with us all of their completed work from this semester. This is a non-formal presentation so please get creative and plan to have fun with it. Feel free to group your work into a slide show, or make a PDF, or make a another form of sharing the works, its all up to you. Yes, you can make a cover page or graphic for your presentation, Yes you can convert your own work into your OWN ZINE if you wish, sky is the limit there!

You can always just add the presentation work to our class Google drive folder and navigate from there too – (here is the link) Make a folder for yourself there, in case you haven’t yet –

Just in case anyone wants to resubmit critiques work, revise work, or connect with me agin in zoom, I will be available by request for the following Friday May 22nd from 10am – 12pm – e-mail me to confirm please

All completed work is due no later than Friday May 22nd at 5pm. I believe that this will give us a good amount of time to keep pushing things and make up, and catch up on anything pending. If you need an extension on anything, you have it, please get in touch with me so we can discuss the options.

I am always here, and happy to help.

Please reach out and let me know if you have any questions –

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