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The Moderator Janet Abranis writes and produces cultural events focusing on design, visual communica- tion, and new-media technologies. Writer-at- Largefor I.D. magazine, she contributes to many European and American publications, Lotus. She has served as critic and moderator at many conferences, including I.D. 's roundtable on multimedia; the 1994 VISCOMM West and East Multimedia conferences; the 1994 Aspirin Design Conference at Cooper Union, New York; and DIAlogue, a new interdisciplinary salon she curated and hosted at Cooper Union in 1994. A former guest editor at the British maga- zine Blueprint, she currently teaches a new course at Yale in the social history of design. The Panel Janet Froelich has been art director of the New York Times Magazine since March 1987. Prior to that, she served as deputy art director of the New York Daily News Magazine, and as one of the principal designers of the Daily News Tonight paper. She has won numerous awards from the New York Art Directors Club, the Soci- ety of Publication Designers, and the Society of Newspaper Design. She received a bachelor's degree from Cooper Union and a master's degree from Yale, both in fine arts, and worked as a painter for 10 years before beginning her career as a designer. Stephen Kroninger has worked in photo- collage since 1980, and his illustrations have since appeared regularly in such publications as the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Time, Newsweek, and The Progressive, to which he contributes a full-page color piece of political commentary each month. In addition to his print work, Kro- Little Photoshop of Horrors: The Ethics of Manipulating Journalistic Imagery A panel of art directors, photo-illustrators, and media scholars debates the practice of tampering with pictures everywhere from magazine covers to the World Wide Web. ninger has created animated collages for PBS
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