Module 1: Friday July 17
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Module 1: Friday July 17

Design and Typography Archives

How can design and typography archives be relevant and support your teaching? What are the available digital resources?

 

Steven Heller, Art director, Journalist, Critic, Author, and Editor
Saki Mafundikwa, Graphic Designer, Typographer and Design Educator
Louise Sandhaus, Graphic Design Educator
Jennifer Whitlock, Archivist, Vignelli Center for Design Studies

Main Session
Friday, July 17
10:00 AM – 11:45 AM PT
(1:00 PM – 2:45 PM ET)

via Zoom Webinar

Short Presentations & Panel Discussion

Short presentations from our instructors, a panel discussion, with open Q&A at the end, moderated by Gloria Kondrup.

  • Steven Heller  What does it mean to be of an age where it is time to divest personal archives? What is considered archivable?
  • Louise Sandhaus  The Democratization of Design and Typography Archives
  • Saki Mafundikwa  Incorporating Non-Western Design and Typography and Design Resources into design education
  • Jennifer Whitlock  Archives: A Valuable Teaching Aid for the Design Educator, Researcher, and Student

Giveaways

Stay for the whole session and you may win: patriam obscurabitur (my country darkened), limited edition, numbered print by Gloria Kondrup.

patriam obscurabitur (my country darkened)

Active Discussion Group
Friday, July 17
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
(3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET)

via Zoom Meeting Room (limited access)

Open Discussion

Open discussion in an intimate Zoom meeting room with Steven Heller, Saki Mafundikwa, Louise Sandhaus, and Jennifer Whitlock, moderated by Gloria Kondrup.

Giveaways

Stay for the whole session and you may win: Pressing Issues, limited edition (40) collection of 16 broadsides, printed at HMCT Archetype Press at ArtCenter College of Design.

Pressing Issues, limited edition (40) collection of 16 broadsides, printed at HMCT Archetype Press at ArtCenter College of Design