TAGA

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The Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) was founded in 1948 by Michael Bruno, Frank Preucil and others as a to present and disseminate printing industry research.

Mission Statement

TAGA's mission is to:

To provide a worldwide forum for sharing and disseminating theoretical, functional and practical information on current and emerging technologies for Graphic Arts print production and related processes.

Student Engagement

In 1984 under the direction of Harvey Levenson, TAGA began developing TAGA Student Chapters at four–year colleges and universities and sponsoring student attendance at the TAGA Annual Technical Conference. The purpose of TAGA Student Chapters is to instill an interest in graphic arts science and research.

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