Did you know? The Society for History and Graphics (SHAG) presents a monthly program in Baltimore, Maryland to further attendees' knowledge of the history of graphic design and illustration.
What: Are you interested in finding out what happens when designers, poets, and artists collaborate? Go enjoy "Poetic TYPES" lecture.This event is a prelude to the SHAG-sponsored exhibit “Poetic TYPES” opening on February 22 which too is a Final Friday event the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. A typical SHAG lecture is shared into two parts:
- A presentation by a member/s or guest about some aspect of graphic design or illustration history.
- A group discussion, film, etc.
Who: The events is free and open to the public. They want you to join them and submit your "Tuning In" typographic interpretation.
When: Friday January 25, 2013 starts at 7 p.m.
Where: Case[werks] ~ 1501 St. Paul Street, Suite 116 Baltimore, MD 21202
FYI: For questions or concerns contact Lori Rubeling via firstname.lastname@example.org Check out their call for entries on this new project here sponsered by SHAG, Case[werks] Gallery and Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Look forward to the project exhibition opening on February 22, 2013.