about

Typography Summer School is a meeting place for graduates of graphic design, wanting to bridge the gap between student and professional and learn more about typography. The school brings together leading practitioners and participants to study, exchange ideas, and investigate the discipline.

As well as running a range of projects within typography, the school acts as a think tank encouraging research and dialogue. This environment provides a forum in which to discuss what typography is, its relevance in design history and the part it plays in today’s society. The school investigates the role of typographic design across ranging mediums, from books to film credits and posters to websites.

The school was founded by Fraser Muggeridge and is independent from any college or educational organisation.

To contact Typography Summer School London, email london@typographysummerschool.org. You can stay in touch through Facebook, Twitter, or sign-up for the mailing list.

programme
  • Daily talks from each visiting practitioner.
  • Individual and group assignments.
  • Seminars, tutorials and informal discussions.
  • An evening of film screenings.
  • Advice on different career paths within typography.
teaching

Fraser Muggeridge is joined by a visiting practitioner each day, from specialised areas of typographic design practice and educators at distinguished design schools. The 2017 tutors and speakers in London are Fiona Banner, Paul Barnes, Catherine Dixon, Europa, Frith Kerr, James Langdon, Fraser Muggeridge and OK-RM. Bringing together a range of varied tutors will offer each participant a unique experience to learn from and apply to their future work.

Fiona Banner

Fiona Banner’s work centres on the problems and possibilities of language, both written and metaphorical. Her work encompasses text, sculpture, drawing, film and installation. She became known for her early written transcriptions of Hollywood war films such as Top Gun and Apocalypse Now. She then turned her attention to the idea of the classic, art-historical nude, observing a life model and transcribing the pose and form in a similar vein to her earlier transcription of films.

From these ‘wordscapes’ to her use of found and transformed military aircraft, Banner juxtaposes the brutal and the sensual, performing a complete cycle of intimacy, attraction and alienation. With an interest in how historical events become fictionalised over time and how conflict is mythologised through popular culture, the constant power struggle between words and their meaning is central to Banner’s conceptual approach that examines conflict, language and its limitations.

Publishing, in the broadest sense, is at the heart of her practice. In 1997 she started working under the title of The Vanity Press. She has published books, objects, and performances — often deploying a playful attitude and bringing pseudo grandeur to the act of publishing.

Paul Barnes

Paul Barnes is a British graphic designer, specializing in the fields of typography & type design, with a particular interest in the history of typography and graphic design. He also writes, lectures and teaches about typography and type design around the world. With Christian Schwartz he is a partner in Commercial Type. Givenchy logo designed with Peter Saville.

commercialtype.com

Catherine Dixon

Catherine Dixon is a designer, writer and teacher. As a designer she works with text-based projects, including covers for the award-winning Great Ideas series for Penguin Books. As a writer she has a particular interest in letterforms, her Doctoral thesis focussing on the problems of describing typefaces. She also writes regularly on letterforms in environmental contexts, co-authoring with Phil Baines the book 'Signs: lettering in the environment'. She teaches typography at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and co-curates the Central Lettering Record. From 2011–12 she was a Visiting Professor at the University of São Paulo in Brazil.

Europa

Europa is a graphic design studio formed in 2007 and run by Robert Sollis and Mia Frostner. In parallel to their studio Europa run the second year of the BA Graphic Design course at Camberwell College of Arts. Europa design books, signs, graphic identities and exhibitions for institutions such as Wellcome Collection, Tate Modern, Royal College of Art, Somerset House and Victoria & Albert Museum, artists such as Ryan Gander, Martin Beck and Alice Channer and architects such as East, DK-CM and We Made That. Their educational briefs range from type and lettering design to creating an independent state in Camberwell.

Frith Kerr

Frith Kerr is a creative director, graphic designer and founder of Studio Frith. She studied at Camberwell College of Arts and the Royal College of Art. For eleven years she was a director and partner of the highly acclaimed Kerr/Noble. In 2009 she established Studio Frith, a practice renowned for its visionary creativity and research led approach — “the go-to graphic designer for creative clients” The New York Times. Frith is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale.

James Langdon

James Langdon is an independent graphic designer and writer, and a guest professor at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe. He is one of six directors of the artist-run gallery Eastside Projects in Birmingham and founder of the itinerant School for Design Fiction. He is presently working on a biography of English designer Norman Potter (1923–1995) as a teacher.

Fraser Muggeridge

Fraser Muggeridge studio is a graphic design company based in Bethnal Green, London. Throughout a wide range of formats, from artists’ books and exhibition catalogues to posters, maps and postcard invites, the studio prioritises artists’ and writers’ content over the imposition of a signature style. By allowing images and texts to sustain their own intent and impact, each project is approached with an elegantly pared-down aesthetic, with colour, typography, paper stock and format playing a key role in arriving at a sympathetic yet subtly alluring object. Fraser teaches on the MA Book Design course at Reading University and on the BA Graphic Design course at Camberwell College of Arts, London.

OK-RM

OK-RM is an independent studio based in London, founded in 2008 by Oliver Knight & Rory McGrath. Building a reputation through a distinctive perspective on design and art direction within contemporary art, culture and commerce. A dedicated content driven approach with a grounding in conceptual thinking form the essential foundations of the studio.

Recent commissions include the exhibition design and campaign for Fear and Love (Design Museum), visual identities for Manus × Machina (The Met, New York), the British Pavilion in Venice, and Under the Same Sun (Guggenheim, New York) as well as book projects with artists Fos and Shezad Dawood. Their ongoing collaboration with the REAL Foundation continues with the creative direction of the REAL Review. Between 2011–15 the studio was responsible for the visual identity and creative direction of the Strelka Institute.

In early 2015, OK-RM founded InOtherWords, a publishing imprint creating books and other printed matter in close collaboration with artists, writers, galleries and other cultural protaganists. Rory McGrath and Oliver Knight have acted as visiting lecturers and participated in numerous international conferences including; Werkplaats Typografie, ECAL, RISD, The Design Museum, Whitechapel Gallery and Centre Pompidou.

location

The school will be held in a location in East London. The professionally-equipped space functions as a working studio environment within a workshop space.

fees

£425 per participant, to be paid in full via electronic transfer upon receipt of acceptance and in advance of the course. Basic studio materials and lunch will be provided. Accommodation is not provided.

apply

It is assumed that each applicant will be educated to degree standard in graphic design, but all work will be assessed on its own merits.

Each participant should be familiar with the industry standard software packages (Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) and be able to bring a laptop to the school.

The number of participants is limited to 30. Applications are open until 12 May 2017. Please apply to Typography Summer School London by sending a pdf portfolio and cv (or website reference) to: london@typographysummerschool.org

Actual samples can be posted to:

Typography Summer School London
Unit 7 Temple Yard
London E2 6QD
United Kingdom

Each application will be assessed by the tutors, with notification sent on 22 May.

past

TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
20 JULY–24 JULY 2015

at X Marks the Bökship / Matt’s Gallery

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Mark El-khatib
Ken Garland
James Langdon
OK-RM
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Paul Barnes
Luke Hall

Assistants:
Nisha Gouveia
Eloise Harris

Participants:
Gabriela Baka (ND)
Bettina Birmarcker (BR)
Hannah Blows (UK)
Elisabeth Bolzon (FR)
Linnéa Carlson (SE)
Francesco Corsini (IT)
James Cotton (UK)
Monica Fraile (FR)
Nicolas Franck Pauly (FR)
Luana Graciano (BR)
Ester Greco (IT)
Nick Greenbank (UK)
James Griffin (UK)
Kristian Hjorth Berge (NO)
Minhua Huang (CHN)
Elliot Hutchinson (AUS)
Danny Jian (CHN)
Louise Khadjeh-Nassiri (SE)
Sung Kwon (SK)
Athanasios Lazogkas (GR)
Alexandra Lunn (UK)
Pedro Neves (PT)
Mitchell Onuorah (IT)
Aman Phull (UK)
Dan Saul Pilgrim (UK)
Marianthi Ro (GR)
Gaeun Ryu (SK)
Geertrui Storms (BE)
Kia Tasbihgou (UK)
Aaron Vohra (UK)
David Wynn (UK)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
MELBOURNE
9–13 FEBRUARY 2015

Organised by Fraser Muggeridge and Brad Haylock

Guest lectures:
Harriet Edquist
Emily Floyd

Daily visiting practitioners:
Jenny Grigg
Dominic Hofstede
Ziga Testen
Paul Tisdell

Participants:
Danielle Blyth (AU)
Vincent Chan (AU)
Aidan Connolly (AU)
Nicci Hurwitz (AU)
Stefan Imbesi (AU)
Matt Lenz (AU)
Cindy Limardiono (ID)
Liliana Lopez (CO)
Tristan Main (AU)
Campbell McKenzie (AU)
Abbie Mills (AU)
Lloyd Mst (AU)
Helen Pape (AU)
Heather Walker (AU)
Clare Wohlnick (AU)
Eleisha Yau (AU)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
29 JULY–2 AUGUST 2013

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Europa
Ken Garland
OK-RM
Other Means
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant: Marina Kampka

Participants:
Pedro Aguiar (BRA)
Eli Alonso (ES)
Leonardo Azzolini (IT)
Sarah Backhouse (UK)
Chris Bentham (UK)
Tom Box (UK)
Eva Charlton (NZ)
Oli Collins (UK)
Taylor Givens (US)
Josephine Jensen (DN)
Florence Li (AU)
Kimberly McGuire (US)
Cyntia Morilleau (FR)
Caitlin Parkinson (AU)
Grant Priest (NZ)
Karlijn Pustjens (ND)
Carmen Reina (ESP)
Christopher Roeleveld (US)
David Rudnick (UK)
Max Ryan (UK)
Hrefna Sigurðardóttir (ISL)
Lisa Solovieva (SU)
Matt Tucker (UK)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
22 JULY–26 JULY 2013

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Europa
Ken Garland
Peter Nencini
OK-RM
Other Means
David Pearson
Wolfram Wiedner

Visiting speakers:
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Robin Kirkham

Participants:
Sophie Balch (UK)
Ric Bell (UK)
Lissy Bonness (GER)
Johanna Burai (SWE)
Paul Michael Cavanagh (UK)
Twanya Zai Chantra-Intra (THA)
Soofiya Chaudry (UK)
Christophe Clarijs (BEL)
Marcus Connor (UK)
Geertje Debets (HOL)
Andrea Evangelista (IT)
Karin Fischnaller (GER)
Jack Gardiner (UK)
François Girard-Meunier (CA)
Monica Giunchi (IT)
Anna Hennerdal (SWE)
Tara Hughes (UK)
Lisa Ifsits (AUT)
Anna Nazarova (RUS)
Fanny Wacklin Nilsson (SWE)
Luke Robertson (AUS)
Ivo Rubboli (ITA)
Kuba Rudzinski (POL)
Merel Schenk (HOL)
Elke Scholiers (BEL)
Duncan Tullis (UK)
Santiago Villa (IT)
James Ward (UK)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
16–20 JULY 2012

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Sara De Bondt
Europa
Ken Garland
James Langdon
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus
Assistant:
Ollie Stockbridge

Participants:
Matthew Appleton (UK)
Tiziana Artemisio (CH)
Mina Bach (ES)
Holly Catford (UK)
Sofia Clausse (AR)
Jonathan Esgate (UK)
Etienne Frasson-Cochet (FR)
Aaron Gillett (AU)
Sonja Hahn (DE)
Wei Huang (AU)
Min Jae Huh (KR)
Shotaro Ishii (JP)
Emma Kalkhoven (UK)
Kwang-Su Kim (KR)
Pat Laddaphan (TH)
Niall Lewis (UK)
Fiona O’Leary (IE)
Lukas Opekar (CZ)
Netta Peltola (FI)
Ilaria N Roglieri (IT)
Tereza Rullerová(CZ)
Ellen Taylor (UK)
Mike Tully (USA)
Violette Vanderlinden (BE)
Maria Villaró Lupón (ES)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
9–13 JULY 2012

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Stephen Barrett
Europa
Ken Garland
OK-RM
James Langdon
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Lorenz Klingebiel

Participants:
Maria Amaro (PT)
David Bate (UK)
Vittoria Bisi (IT)
Simon Chong (AU)
Rachita Dalal (IN)
Marc Damm (AT)
Rosina Digne-Malcolm (UK)
James Drayson (UK)
Chris Eimeamkamol (TH)
Eliza Hearsum (AU)
Kyungwon Kim (KR)
Sandra Kossorotova (EE)
Scott Langer (US)
Leigh Mignogna (US)
André Meca (PT)
Maria-Louiza Ouranou (GR)
Pietro Paciullo (IT)
Christina Pfeifer (DE)
Jeremy St Quentin (AU)
Matt Roberts (UK)
Thomas Saxby (UK)
Liz Seibert (US)
Guus Verschuur (NL)
Adeline Yeo (SG)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
11–15 JULY 2011

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Sara De Bondt
Europa
Ken Garland
James Langdon
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Lucy Brown

Participants:
María Alén (ES)
Eduard Barcelón (ES)
Sam Blunden (UK)
Lucia Del Zotto (IT)
Maryam Fanni (SE)
Maria da Gandra (PT)
Britt Helbig (BE)
Stine Holst (DK)
Jay Jung Hyun Yeo (KR)
Edward Johansson (SE)
Trond Klevgaard (NO)
Nina Krogh (DK)
Birgit Mayer (AT)
Benjamin Niznik (US)
Lotte Peters (NL)
Mark Robbins (UK)
Jun Shim (KR)
Aaron Skipper (UK)
Jan Edmund Vennesland Haaland (NO)
Bec Worth (AU)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
4–8 JULY 2011

Daily visiting practitioners:
APFEL (A Practice for Everyday Life)
Stephen Barrett
Sara De Bondt
Europa
Ken Garland
James Langdon
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Paul Barnes
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Michelle Phillips

Participants:
Rita Araújo (PT)
Tuuli Aule (EE)
Laura Bergans (BE)
Camila Cardenosa (CO)
Amie Chanelle Norman
Anne De Boeck (BE)
Mina Demiren (IE)
Alonzo Felix (US)
Gro Janarv (SE)
Matt Kay (US)
Mathew Kneebone (AU)
Joshua Lee (SG)
Songeun Lee (KO)
Benjamin Lieb (FR)
Rita Maldonado Branco (PT)
Monica Nelson (US)
Esteve Padilla (ES)
Joseph Pleass (UK)
Nitzan Ron (IL)
Marc Sieburg (DE)
Jiyeun Sung (KO)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
12–16 JULY 2010

Daily visiting practitioners:
Sara De Bondt
Europa
Ken Garland
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Fiona Banner
Paul Elliman
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Alexander Lis

Participants:
Joris Bovijn (BE)
Erik Carter (US)
Aurore Chauve (FR)
Emilie Chen (FR)
Jacob Darfelt (DK)
Jonathan Davies (UK)
Jenni Dennis (UK)
Hanna Donker (NL)
Elisabete Gomes (PT)
Erik Haberfeld (FR)
Annabel Innes (UK)
Jono Lewarne (UK)
Illaria Marengo (IT)
Ben Mclaughlin (UK)
Niall O’Shea (EI)
Anisha Peplinski (UK)
Cindy Rodriguez (US)
Adam Sneade (UK)
Simone Trum (NL)
Arnoud Verhaeghe (UK)
Gemma Villegas Barragán (ES)
Emma Williams (UK)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
LONDON
5–9 JULY 2010

Daily visiting practitioners:
Europa
Ken Garland
Jeff Knowles
David Pearson

Visiting speakers:
Stephen Barrett
Sara De Bondt
Paul Elliman
Jamie Ellul
James Langdon
Sarah Newitt
Stefan Kraus

Assistant:
Katja Baumann

Participants:
Lauren Adolfsen (US)
Rafal Benedek (PL)
Matea Bronic (HR)
Keri Bronk (US)
Thomas Brosset Couak (FR)
Lucy Brown (UK)
Caterina Giuliani (IT)
Julian Goll (UK)
Sarah Kirby-Ginns (UK)
Troy Kreiner (US)
Simon Lai (HK)
Maciek Lizak (PL)
Adrián Mora (ES)
Danny Osborne (UK)
Nina Reisinger (DL)
Perrine Rousselet (FR)
Paul Wagner (US)
Natalie Wallis (NZ)
Romilly Winter (UK)
Laura Yates (UK)
Louise Zyskind (DK)

about

Typography Summer School is a meeting place for graduates of graphic design, wanting to bridge the gap between student and professional and learn more about typography. The school brings together leading practitioners and participants to study, exchange ideas, and investigate the discipline.

As well as running a range of projects within typography, the school acts as a think tank encouraging research and dialogue. This environment provides a forum in which to discuss what typography is, its relevance in design history and the part it plays in today’s society. The school investigates the role of typographic design across ranging mediums, from books to film credits and posters to websites.

The school was founded by Fraser Muggeridge and is independent from any college or educational organization. This website is designed by Other Means.

To contact Typography Summer School New York, email newyork@typographysummerschool.org. You can stay in touch through Facebook, Twitter, or sign-up for the mailing list.

programme

Live projects with actual briefs, clients and budgets. With these constraints participants gain experience in how to work in a professional situation.

  • Daily talks from each visiting practitioner.
  • Seminars, tutorials and informal discussions.
  • An evening of film screenings.
  • Advice on different career paths within typography.
teaching

Fraser Muggeridge and Other Means are joined by a visiting practitioner each day, from specialized areas of typographic design practice and educators at distinguished design schools. The 2017 tutors in New York will include Julian Bittiner, James Goggin, Other Means, Fraser Muggeridge, and more (to be announced soon). Bringing together a range of varied tutors will offer each participant a unique experience to learn from and apply to their future work.

Julian Bittiner

Julian Bittiner is an independent designer based in New York, originally from Geneva, Switzerland. His studio practice centers around a search for meaningful new graphic forms and ideas rooted in a specific time and place. Having originally studied painting and photography at Art Center College of Design, after a stint in the corporate design sector he established an independent practice in 2004 and later received an MFA in graphic design from the Yale School of Art where he has been teaching since 2008. Working closely with artists, curators, and institutions, recent commissions have come from Art Papers, Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, and NYU Steinhardt’s 80WSE Gallery.

James Goggin

James Goggin is a Providence-based British and/or Australian graphic designer from London via Sydney, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Auckland, Arnhem, and Chicago. He runs a design practice named Practise together with partner Shan James, working on typefaces, posters, magazines, books, videos, websites, exhibitions, systems, signs, and symbols in Europe, Asia, Australasia, and North America. James teaches at Rhode Island School of Design, writes now and then, and lectures here and there.

Geoff Han

Geoff Han is a graphic designer with an independent practice focused on identity, print, exhibition and web design in the cultural field. He has worked for clients including common room, Columbia University GSAPP, Creative Time, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, Harvard University GSD, International Center of Photography, New Art Dealers Alliance, Public School for Architecture Brussels, PIN-UP, Ran Dian, SANAA and SO–IL. Han has taught or served as a critic at schools including California Institute of the Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Rhode Island School of Design, Werkplaats Typographie and Yale University. His work has been awarded at the Most Beautiful Swiss Books and Most Beautiful Book in the World competitions. He received an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University.

Hyo Kwon

Hyo Kwon is an independent graphic designer based in New York. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (KABK) in 2007, and holds her MFA from the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem. Since graduating in 2010, she has been working on projects of varying scope, where she collaborates closely with artists, writers, curators and designers. In 2011 she moved to New York to continue her practice and since 2013 has taught typography at Parsons School of Design. Her recent clients include Gallery 175 Seoul, Mary Rinebold-Copeland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Peter Coffin.

Fraser Muggeridge

Fraser Muggeridge studio is a graphic design company based in Bethnal Green, London. Throughout a wide range of formats, from artists’ books and exhibition catalogues to posters, maps and postcard invites, the studio prioritises artists’ and writers’ content over the imposition of a signature style. By allowing images and texts to sustain their own intent and impact, each project is approached with an elegantly pared-down aesthetic, with colour, typography, paper stock and format playing a key role in arriving at a sympathetic yet subtly alluring object. Fraser teaches on the MA Book Design course at Reading University and on the BA Graphic Design course at Camberwell College of Arts, London.

Other Means

Other Means is the graphic design studio of Gary Fogelson, Phil Lubliner, and Ryan Waller. Recent clients include ICA Philadelphia, Goethe Institut New York, Retrospective Gallery, Ludlow 38, Museum of Arts and Design, and The New York Times. In addition to their client work they teach in the graduate and undergraduate communication design departments at Pratt Institute and have been lecturers and visiting critics at California Institute of Arts, Parsons, Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Rhode Island School of Design, School of Visual Arts, and Yale School of Art.

fees

$750 per participant, to be paid in full via electronic transfer upon receipt of acceptance and in advance of the course. Basic studio materials and lunch will be provided. Accommodation is not provided.

apply

It is assumed that each applicant possess at minimum a bachelors degree level of eduction in graphic design, but all work will be assessed on its own merits.

Each participant should be familiar with the industry standard software packages (Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) and be able to bring a laptop to the school.

The number of participants is limited to 30. Applications are open until May 12, 2017. Please apply to Typography Summer School New York by sending a pdf portfolio and cv (or website reference) to: newyork@typographysummerschool.org.

Actual samples can be posted to:

Typography Summer School New York
200 6th Street, #2G
Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States of America

Each application will be assessed by the tutors, with notification sent on May 22.

past

TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
NEW YORK
AUGUST 1–5, 2016

Daily visiting practitioners:
Julian Bittiner
Yoonjai Choi
Francesca Grassi
Geoff Han
Chad Kloepfer
Other Means
Fraser Muggeridge

Visiting speakers:
Bob Gill
Alexander Tochilovsky

Assistant:
Brette Richmond

Participants:
Samuele Anzellotti (IT)
Lauren Basser (AU)
Evan Chang (US)
Simone Cutri (IT)
Luiza Dale (US)
Garrett DeRossett (US)
Pamela Dimitrov (TH)
Eric Ellis (US)
Ian Griffin (US)
Mary Hachey (CA)
Amy Kim (US)
Caroline Konarkowska (NZ)
Niko Le (US)
Martin Liljesand (SW)
Sonja Petrovic (AU)
Maren Poel (EE)
Steven Rodriguez (US)
Thomas van Ryzewyk (CA)
John Samels (US)
Stella Margari (IT)
Rebecca Sylvers (US)
Tanachai Teeradakorn (TH)
Seth Thompson (US)
Olivia Maude Whittle (US)
Hui Yang (TW)
Alice Zani (IT)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
NEW YORK
AUGUST 10–14, 2015

Daily visiting practitioners:
Julian Bittiner
Yoonjai Choi
James Goggin
Geoff Han
Other Means
Fraser Muggeridge

Visiting speakers:
Doug Scott

Assistant:
Jordan Haynie

Participants:
Kathryn Adkins (US)
Allessandra Bautista (US)
Lorin Brown (US)
Jeannie Burnside (NZ)
Amanda Camargo (PR)
Philippe Cao (US)
Carr Chadwick (US)
Laura Coombs (US)
Mollie Edgar (US)
Taylor Engel (US)
Lorenzo Fanton (IT)
Miguel Gaydosh (US)
Kat Gilbert (US)
Javier Guerrero (US)
Tobias Holzmann (CH)
Ashley Huhe (US)
Ja Young Kim (US)
Willis Kingery (US)
Samuel Larocque (CA)
Lucas Machado (BR)
Ray Masaki (US)
Rachel Mendelsohn (US)
James Oates (US)
Kevin Paolozzi (US)
Jessica Pavone (US)
Dagmar Possekel (DE)
Brette Richmond (US)
Magalie Rouleau (FR)
Amy Schwartz (US)
Hua Shu (CH)
Reid Stubblefield (US)
Sean Suchara (US)
Kathryn Wilson (IR)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
NEW YORK
AUGUST 4–8, 2014

Daily visiting practitioners:
Julian Bittiner
Neil Donnelly
Francesca Grassi
Hilary Greenbaum
Geoff Han
Other Means
Fraser Muggeridge

Visiting speakers:
Bob Gill
David Senior

Assistants:
Alexandra Sasha Portis
Leigh Mignogna

Participants:
Vanessa Ban (SG)
Erica Bech (US)
Robert Blair (US)
Martina Casanato (IT)
Kevin Chao (US)
Ben Clark (US)
Sarah Cleeremans (BE)
Arianna Guidi (IT)
Jordan Haynie (US)
Lily Healey (US)
Sepidar Hosseini (SW)
Han Na Jung (KR)
Kayla Kern (US)
Jin Kim (US)
Irin Kim (US)
Rory King (US)
Gabrielle Lamontagne (CA)
Johnny Lee (US)
Derek Love (US)
Rosa McElheny (US)
Andre Mooij (MX)
Fanny Olsthoorn (NL)
Eduardo Palma (COL)
Tuan Pham (US)
Neil Piatt (US)
Maria Putri (US)
Brett Ramsey (CA)
Nic Sanchez (US)
Moa Schulman (SW)
Isabel Seiffert (CH)
Didem Elif Tanman (TK)
Chi-Long Trieu (CH)
Jolien Van Puyvelde (BG)
Chris White (CA)
Kurt Woerpel (US)
Immanuel Yang (US)


TYPOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
NEW YORK
AUGUST 9–12, 2013

Daily visiting practitioners:
Julian Bittiner
Bob Gill
James Goggin
Geoff Han
Other Means
Mary Voorhees Meehan
Fraser Muggeridge
Mark Owens

Assistants:
Liz Siebert
Leigh Mignogna

Participants:
Idil Atesli (TR)
Allison Ball (US)
Rob Chabebe (US)
Lea Charbonnier (DK)
Casey Courtney (US)
Ryan Diaz (US)
Philip DiBello (US)
Elisabeth Aster(IT)
Seth Hoekstra (US)
Daphne Hsu (US)
Christina Janus (US)
Allison Kerst (US)
Nina Krogh (DK)
Amelia Leuzzi (AU)
Jolin Masson (CA)
Robert Milne (AU)
Brian Okarski (US)
Charlotte Maeva Perret (FR)
Jamie Reid (UK)
Zhanar Serikpayeva (KZ)
Ariadna Serrahima (ES)
Mindy Seu (US)
Hayden Smith (US)
Yinan Eva Song (CN)
Jung Sulonem (KR)
Angelika Smuga (NZ)
Jessica Viscius (US)
Desmond Wong (CN)
Anna Zavialova (UK)

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