aiga: Design Army Lecture

April 8, 2010
College of Notre Dame in Maryland 
www.baltimore.aiga.org/events

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Typography II: Observations and Obsessions from Thinking with Type, Second Edition

Thursday, April 15, 2010

A revised and expanded edition of "Thinking with Type" will be published in 2010. The new edition is not a minimally-adjusted marketing ploy but a bigger, better book with more of everything: more fonts, more footnotes, more type crimes, more do's, and best of all, more don'ts. In this evening with SHAG, Ellen will share new content from "Thinking with Type." First published in 2004, "Thinking with Type" has been widely adopted around the world as a basic guide for students, designers, editors, and writers. As Lupton explains in her introduction, "I've put on a little weight since 2004, and so has this book." Come check out the size-12 edition of this trusty volume.

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Typecast Press Tour and Demonstration

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
w/Mary Mashburn
FREE but reservations limited
E-mail Amanda Hostalka at ahostalka@stevenson.edu to make your reservation.

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The Business of Design: An Historical Perspective, Part 2

A panel discussion presented by the Society for History and Graphics (SHAG).
Tuesday, February 16. 2010 @ 7:00pm
MICA, Bunting Building, Room B110

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AIGA Baltimore presents: Patrick Coyne

February 25, 2009                                              Preregister Online:  AIGA Baltimore

The Patterson Theater (Creative Alliance)          Members $10;  Non-members $20

3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore                        At the Door:

Reception:  6:30pm                                            Members $15;  Non-members $25

Lecture:  7:00pm                                                Info: 
                                                                           bethlacey@baltimore.aiga.org

An evening of creative inspiration as we intersect the design and publishing worlds with Patrick Coyne, editor and designer of Communication Arts magazine. Patrick will discuss the history and philosophy of the magazine, how CA's competitions work and how creatives are chosen for profiles. Patrick will also present a selection of award-winning design and advertising projects produced on limited budgets and discuss the future of creativity in the post-information age.

 

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