Ball State University – Muncie, Indiana - July 26-30
Ball State University is honored to welcome the GCEA family “back home again” to Indiana and we look forward to reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones.
While you are here, you will have the opportunity to experience innovative presentations and immersive hands-on lab sessions. As we are part of the BSU School of Art, we are delighted to offer unique opportunities with a variety of materials and media. As is the longstanding GCEA tradition, we look forward to offering fresh experiences centered around food, family, and fun.
GCEA & Indiana Trivia
- Indiana was the first host of the GCEA conference held at the United Typothetae School of Print in 1922.
- The Hoosier state has hosted the most GCEA Conferences with 2020 being the ninth time.
Learn more about our unique campus!
Applications for presentations are now being accepted. Please submit your application by March 1, 2020.
First time to the conference?
Apply for the Paul Van Holtz Conference Incentive Award. Through these incentive awards GCEA encourages and assists members to attend their first annual conference. This program helps members become better acquainted with the benefits of active participation in the work of the association.
Things are just getting started, so check back throughout the year for information on costs, travel, activities, and more!
We would love to hear from you! Contact Hans Kellogg or Renmei Xu.