Filomena Tamburri joins Graphic Arts Magazine as Editor in Chief

Filomena Tamburri.
Filomena Tamburri.

Graphic Arts Magazine (headquartered in Newmarket, Ontario with editorial offices in Toronto), the leading media brand for the printing and graphic arts industries in Canada, is pleased to announce that industry veteran Filomena Tamburri is joining the staff as Editor in Chief effective today. She’ll provide overall direction for the content of the magazine and its website, and will take a leading role with special projects that will expand the Graphic Arts’ product line. “I’m pleased to welcome Filomena as Editor in Chief. She brings a wealth of knowledge about the graphic arts industry, and has distinguished herself as an accomplished reporter, writer and editor over the years,” said Joe Mulcahy, Publisher and Founder of Graphic Arts Magazine. “I look forward to joining the GAM team and helping to take the company to a new level of growth with special projects and other initiatives,” said Tamburri. “The graphics and printing industry has gone through tremendous upheavals, but there are still plenty of opportunities, and I’m pleased to be a part of it again.” Tamburri, who edited another magazine for several years, had recently stepped away from the printing industry for a couple of years to focus on other publishing initiatives. “Filomena and I have previously helped each other out as we worked on a number of yearly projects. She’ll be a valuable addition to our team, enabling us to concentrate on bringing you even more news and industry-relevant features,” said Editor Tony Curcio.

Graphic Arts Magazine was founded by current publisher Joe Mulcahy, a former commercial printer, over 20 years ago to provide a distinctive and authoritative voice in the graphic arts industry. The magazine and its website are now the leading media brand in the industry in Canada. Published 10 times a year and mailed to 10,500 across Canada, our CMCA-audited publication has a readership of over 40,000 and is complemented by a weekly e-newsletter that goes to over 11,570 subscribers. Our website (, which has over 30,000 monthly visits and posts news by 7 am daily, is where you can subscribe to our free print and digital editions and free weekly e-newsletter. If you’re attending Print 17 in Chicago, please stop by booth 5662, say hello, and enter our free draw for a fabulous prize.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.