ART 784, Interdisciplinary Typography WorkshopThis biweekly course (part workshop, part seminar, part primer) is intended for artists whose work currently engages, or who wish to engage, Latin-based typography in all its variant guises: letterforms, phrases, and texts as applied to divergent mediums and substrates, using analog or digital processes, from micro to macro scales, across differing durations. Classes combine critiques of ongoing studio work, a series of informal lectures, and reading discussions, all framed within a broad context of intertwined art and design typographic histories, conventions, and methodologies. Additionally, a set of typographic prompts encourages specific yet open-ended individual or collaborative explorations. This course prioritizes graduate students in painting/printmaking, sculpture, photography, and architecture.
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