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  1. The Fontstand conference will be hosting a series of presentations and speakers that have a visible impact on the world around us.
  2. Riccardo Sartori

    ATypI 2020 All Over

    October 27–31, the sixty-fourth annual conference of the non-profit Association Typographique Internationale will be virtual. Tickets start at $48.
  3. Riccardo Sartori

    TypeWknd

    A new, free, online-only type conference for those who see, draw, make, study, and sell type. Registrations are open.
  4. Riccardo Sartori

    2020 Typographics TypeLab

    “This year's Typographics TypeLab will be held online and run June 18, 19, 20 around the clock, with designers from around the world participating. We'll be using Zoom and livestream most sessions by YouTube. There will be parallel tracks to allow for more people to present. The organizing team would like to invite you to consider joining in by presenting on a topic related to Type.”
  5. Riccardo Sartori

    Typographics 2020

    The new website for Typographics 2020 is now live, with a schedule overview, and discounted registration. Typographics is a design festival for people who use type, now in its 6th year. It is foc­used on con­tempo­rary typo­graphy and where its future may lie. It is hosted at The Cooper Union in New York City.
  6. Ralf Herrmann

    Kerning Conference

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    Kerning is the first international conference in Italy dedicated solely to typography and web typography. On June 7th and 8th (only workshops)and 3rd (conference day) 2017 we will gather in Faenza, in the very heart of Italy, top notch speakers from the whole world of digital and web typography to create an unique event. Kerning features two days of workshops (June 7th and 8th) and a Conference day full of talks (June 9th). Kerning offers a very interesting chance to meet developers, gurus, managers and innovators from all over the world. Kerning is a non-profit event. We want to help grow a community of prepared developers keeping knowledge affordable: that’s why full ticket costs just Eur. 195.00 (VAT included). http://2017.kerning.it
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Sans Everything Amiens

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    19–21 October 2016 École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens The bicentenary of the first sans serif typeface, shown in 1816 in a specimen of the foundry of William Caslon IV, was the pretext to initiate an international conference about the history, the design and the use of sans serif letterforms. This cross-disciplinary, free event is accompanied by two substantial exhibitions: Traits lettres bâtons and Pangramme: learning type design. http://www.esad-amiens.fr/sans-everything
  8. Ralf Herrmann

    ATypI 2016 Warsaw

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    ATypI welcomes you to its 60th annual conference! Join the global typographic community in Warsaw, Poland, 13–17 September 2016. The theme of ATypI’s 2016 conference is “Convergence”. The wider design world and mainstream channels increasingly recognise typeface design as a fundamental element in communication, with profound implications for learning, work, and entertainment. We invite attendees to explore the ways in which the typographic community is advancing the field and shaping the future of our interactions with text. https://www.atypi.org/conferences/atypi-warsaw-2016
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    TYPO Labs

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    Welcome to the 1st TYPO Labs font technology conference, hosted in the heart of Kreuzberg at Forum Factory. TYPO Labs is an offshoot of TYPO Berlin, dedicated to the new developments in font software creation, techniques, solutions and standards. Join our tribe of passionate font engineers, academicians, technologists and industry leaders from across the globe to learn, discuss and develop the tools and techniques that matter to you. WARNING: This is not your event if you only want to sit and listen; this is your event if you want to discuss, learn, share and work … in workshops, seminars, courses and presentations. Tickets are limited to 200 attendees. Hurry up to join the first font innovations summit, organised by the TYPO Berlin team. http://typotalks.com/labs/
  10. Ralf Herrmann

    TypeCon 2016 Seattle

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    The Society of Typographic Aficionados is pleased to announce that Seattle, Washington has been selected as the host city for TypeCon2016 — August 24th to 28th. Since TypeCon last descended upon the Town on the Sound back in 2007, Seattle has experienced nothing less than a creative renaissance. Whether it’s design, business, technology, music, dance, or the visual arts — there’s an incredible amount of globally-recognized talent saturating every creative field. TypeCon thrives on cities that celebrate inspiration, collaboration, inclusiveness, and connectivity. Seattle is all that … and more. This dynamic design community reaches far beyond city itself — from Canada’s lower mainland down past Portland. The typographically inclined have consistently proven that they aren’t afraid to travel — and this is expected to be a truly Cascadian TypeCon. TypeCon2016 will take place at the stylish Crowne Plaza Hotel — nestled in the heart of downtown Seattle. Once again we will be offering attractively discounted room rates for TypeCon attendees. Hotel pricing and booking details will be available shortly.
  11. Ralf Herrmann

    Typographics 2016

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    Typographics is a 10-day design festival devoted to contemp­orary typo­graphy, with talks, work­shops, and tours focusing on where typo­graphy is today and where its future may lie. It will be held at The Cooper Union in New York City. Workshops & Tours: June 12–23 A series of workshops and tours have been scheduled with [email protected] before and after the conference, with options focusing on everything from hand lettering to responsive typography. Conference: June 17–18 The highlight of Typographics is an intensive two-day conference centered on the use of type for publications, advertising, corporate identity, and user interfaces. Registration is open to the public. More information as soon as they are available. http://typographics.com
  12. Ralf Herrmann

    22. Typotage Leipzig

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    The Typotage (“Typography Days”) is an annual German conference in the Museum of the Printing Arts in Leipzig. More about the conference and the schedule can be found at: http://www.typotage.de More about the museum:
  13. Ralf Herrmann

    Typomania 2016 Moscow

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    Typomania is an annual typography video festival. Its aim is connect typography lovers, built a community and to popularize the typography culture. http://typomania.ru
  14. Ralf Herrmann

    Kerning Conference 2016

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    On June 1st and 2nd (only workshops)and 3rd (conference day) 2016 we will gather in Faenza, in the very heart of Italy, top notch speakers from the whole world of digital and web typography to create an unique event. Kerning features two days of workshops (June 1st and 2nd) and a Conference day full of talks (June 3rd). Kerning offers a very interesting chance to meet developers, gurus, managers and innovators from all over the world. Kerning is a non-profit event. We want to help grow a community of prepared developers keeping knowledge affordable: that’s why full ticket costs just Eur. 195.00 (VAT included). http://2016.kerning.it
  15. Pabloblicuo

    Typomad 2015

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    Typomad 2015 · Testimonies · What’s behind typeface design · 4th and 5th of December · Madrid (Spain) Typomad is back! Madrid’s type festival fills the city’s agenda with two months of events and activities with this year’s theme «Testimonies»: what’s behind typeface design. Four venues, two days of conferences, three exhibitions, four workshops, three type safaris and much more. It’s the one and only typography festival in Madrid. Typomad is the key to spreading typographic culture in our city and supporting the design scene, creating a living space for professionals, students and enthusiasts. Typomad is a participatory event, we organize an international open call for experimental posters and also a national open call for young projects for our conferences.
  16. Ralf Herrmann

    Serebro Nabora Type Conference

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    Serebro Nabora is an annual international type conference held in Moscow. Today’s graphic designers are clamoring for typographic knowledge. Serebro Nabora came to address this problem. The first annual Serebro Nabora conference was attended by participants from every part of Russia and the neighbouring countries. It proved a resounding success and became one of the most significant events for the local design community. The need for a setting for typographic learning combined with social interaction among graphic design professionals was so palpable that the idea immediately took hold. The venue quickly became the social centre for the graphic design professionals of Russia and other countries of the former USSR. Type designers, graphic designers, calligraphers, and anyone interested in typography found an avenue of professional exchange and a memorable occasion to get together at the conference. In 2013, the Conference became international in scope, with speakers and audience hailing from around the world. http://serebronabora.com
  17. Ralf Herrmann

    Ireland: Face Forward Conference

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    Face Forward is an international peer-reviewed conference focused on typography that seeks to examine design and typographic practice, and to make explicit existing connections between craft, research, theory, history, criticism and pedagogy. The conference will provide a forum for research into typographic production, representation, dissemination and use. It encourages interdisciplinary enquiry; thus we welcome papers dealing with typography in all its forms, material and immaterial. December 11 & 12, 2015. Dublin School of Creative Arts, Dublin Institute of Technology, Grangegorman, Dublin 7 http://typography.ie
  18. Ralf Herrmann

    ISType 2015 swift

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    An international gathering for students, professionals and enthusiasts where ideas and inspiration can be shared and thrived, ISType 2015 invites you to explore the swift interactions between practice, theory and history in the field of typography. Screening Adrian Frutiger. The Man of Black & White Seminars Erik Spiekermann Grotesque Sofie Beier Typeface Functionality Fahri Özkaramanlı Adventures in Web Typography Gerry Leonidas Swift Strokes and Sampled Constructs Thomas Phinney Why OpenType Succeeded Alice Savoie From Lead to Light David Berlow Abstract Type for Abstract Documents Lara Captan When Ra meets Sheen & Qaf Brody Neuenschwander It is Written Workshops Brody Neuenschwander Body Language Peter Brugger Introduction to Designing Display Type Azza Alameddine Matching Arabic & Latin scripts in logotypes Fred Smeijers Swift, Efficient and Clear Lars Harmsen Shortcut Editorial http://istype.com
  19. Ralf Herrmann

    Typographics (New York)

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    Typographics is a conference devoted to contemporary typography, with talks, workshops, and tours focusing on where typography is today and where its future may lie. It will be held at Cooper Union in New York City as a combined effort of [email protected] and the Herb Lubalin Study Center. http://typographics.com Speakers: Jackie Goldberg (Yahoo!), Alex Trochut, Barbara Glauber (Heavy Meta), Bruno Maag (Dalton Maag), Matteo Bologna (Mucca Design), Abbott Miller (Pentagram) Typographics attendees are offered a discount on all [email protected] workshops and tours from June 8–18, 2015. A promotional discount code will be found on the PDF of your conference ticket. Apply the code to workshop registration to receive your discount. The first two workshops are: Sign Painting with John Downer, June 8–12 Found Lettering with Ken Barber, June 15–18
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