Affiliate: The Typographic Hub
The Typographic Hub, is a constituent part of the Centre for Printing History & Culture (CPHC) and is located in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (ADM) at Birmingham City University (BCU).
Between September and April each year, doctoral students in the Hub organise what has become a very a popular series of ‘Type Talks.’ Recent speakers have included Shani Avani, Sarah Boris, Neville Brody, David Carson, Rob Draper and Rick Poyner. All ‘Type Talks’ are advertised on the CPHC website, and you can keep up-to-date with the programme by following us on Twitter @bcutypetalks or @typetweets.
The Hub is also home to an excellent collection of books, journals, magazines, type specimens and other typographic ephemera. Subjects covered include bibliography, book trade, bookbinding, graphic design, graphic reproduction, paper making, printing science, printing processes, typesetting, typefaces, typography and writing. The collection is open to all and can be accessed, free of charge, by appointment. For further details, please email email@example.com.
This thematic display explores the various ways in which text is used to provide meaning and content to visual images in the print medium.
This international conference looks at how has science and technology have been deployed in book production and how has the book been a vehicle for the promotion of science and technology?
Dr Caroline Archer, [Room 423], School of Visual Communication, Faculty of Arts, Design & Media, Birmingham City University, Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham B4 7BD
0121 331 5871