You’re Invited: Eat and Educate series, sponsored by the SCAD chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ)
January 24, 2013 | Leave a Comment
Join SCAD grad Amy Paige Condon (MFA, writing, 2011) the digital editor for Savannah Magazine, in the Eat and Educate series, sponsored by the SCAD chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists.
Amy will present “Following your bliss: How to build a portfolio with diverse projects outside of the classroom, build networks and professional opportunities through internships and get published.”
You don’t have to be a member of SCJ to attend this event. All SCAD students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. The Eat and Educate series seeks to nourish the minds and stomachs of the SCAD community, and focuses on all topics related to media.
To reserve a space at the talk, please email Allison Bennett Dyche by Thursday, Jan. 24.
Amy Paige Condon has hunted ghosts, crabbed muddy riverbanks with a Gullah goddess, sampled hundreds of froyo combinations in the dead of winter and rubbed the bellies of pastured pigs — all in pursuit of the stories behind the foods served on our tables. As the digital editor of the award-winning Savannah magazine, she has written numerous articles for both print and online publication on food, home and design, fashion and the characters that grant the Hostess City its conviviality. Amy co-authored The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook with bakery owners Cheryl and Griffith Day, which was named one of Amazon.com’s Top Ten cookbooks of 2012 and recognized by Food & Wine’s editor-in-chief as the gift to give this Christmas. Her work has also appeared in The Local Palate.