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The annual Pen to Printer seminar is back after a break for our involvement with the London Transport Museum's 'Johnston Journeys' project celebrating the centenary of Edward Johnston's famous bull's eye roundel and Underground Sans typeface for London Transport. This year's event is taking a different format in that it will be a one-day session on Saturday 20th May 2017 with the option of attendance at at lecture on the Friday evening 19th May. Also there is a new venue which is Stoneywish Nature Reserve in Ditchling. The full programme is still in preparation but as usual it will bring together distinguished speakers and delegates from many lettering and associated disciplines to discuss in a convivial atmosphere issues of importance in today's rapidly-changing world of communications.
Venue: Stoneywish Nature Reserve, Spatham Lane, Ditchling BN6 8XH Click here for directions
Friday 19th May
from 5.00 Display of recent acquisitions from the EJF archive and exhibition of photographs from the Michael Alford Archive of Ditchling artists and craftspeople.
6.00 - 7.00 Gerald Fleuss
Edward Johnston and his Calligraphic Legacy.
Saturday 20th May
10.00 Welcome to Ditchling: introduction by Chairman of the Seminar Philip Moore
10.30 Tom Perkins
12.00 Seb Lester
Peace, Hellfire and Outer Space
1.00 - 2.30 Lunch break
2.30 Lettering Demonstrations
Leading craftsmen display their work and demonstrate calligraphy, glass engraving and lettering
4.00 Discussion Panel
Delegate fee: £85 Students £75
NB There is limited space at Stoneywish so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Pen to Printer - A Day in Ditchling 2017