Jul. 14, 2008 at 9:56am
by Lance Kagey. I wouldn't miss this, guys!
I will be giving a talk on Thursday night at the Art Museum entitled Typography and the History of the World. I'd love you all to come out. It is going to be very interactive/audience participation oriented. Join me from 7:00 - 8:00 pm next Thursday (July 17). I'd love for you to be part of the fun. And it's FREE. you can't beat that.
I know typography can be a drag for some artsy fartsy types, but this stuff can be really fascinating! And I think Lance is the perfect person to demonstrate this, as his work exemplifies his mastery of the subject. If you are in the Graphic Design/ Graphic Arts field, this is a must! Let's help out our comrade and learn some stuff while we're at it! I'd like to see a couple of people be there, and you know who you are...
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by dawntown on 7/14/2008 @ 10:12am
|Ok, I can't edit the above information, but the top paragraph is copied from a post from Lance on last weeks chalk-off thread.
The bottom paragraph is mine. To clarify, this is an event by Lance Kagey, not me. I caught it in the thread and wanted to bring it to our attention
by Erik on 7/14/2008 @ 10:24am
|Looking forward to your talk Dawn.|
Ok, I can't edit the above information, but the top paragraph is copied from a post from Lance on last weeks chalk-off thread.
You should be able to in the state of the art Feed Tacoma editor.
by dawntown on 7/14/2008 @ 10:51am
|The Talk is by Lance Kagey.
Me no expert like Kagey!
by Mofo from the Hood on 7/14/2008 @ 12:58pm
|Hey, I like World History. And I like free.
Thank you for the invitation.
by Lance Kagey on 7/15/2008 @ 12:43pm
|Thanks all, for the encouragement. I think it's going to be fun. Of course, I'm a little quirky that way.
by Dave_L on 7/15/2008 @ 1:05pm
|I hope I can make the presentation. I love the subject (which is why I made subtle reference to the Helvetica documentary in that chalk-thread) but I know very little. Only a sheep-stealer wouldn't find typography fascinating, though.|