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Workshop: The state of historical letterpress printing

News   29 September 2017   AEPM asbl

The State of Historical Letterpress Printing Winterbourne House and Garden Birmingham, UK 29 September 2017 This one-day workshop examines the survival and use of historical printing presses and type.  It considers how and why equipment has survived, as well as the state in which it can often be found. The goal of the workshop is to […]

Museu Casa da Xilogravura (Brazil): thirty years young!

News   2017   AEPM asbl

The Brazilian Museum of Xylography is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year The Xylography Museum, founded at 1987 in Campos do Jordão, Brazil, has completed thirty years of activities. It has grown from the original three exhibition rooms to the present thirty rooms. Its collections now include more than a thousand artists from Brazil and […]

Conference: Blocks plates stones

News   21 September 2017   AEPM asbl

Blocks plates stones: matrices/printing surfaces in research and collections 21 September 2017, Courtauld Institute of Art, London (reception at British Academy) Details and programme: Convenor: Dr Elizabeth Savage (Institute of English Studies) A deeply interdisciplinary conference, BLOCKS PLATES STONES will survey the state of research into cut woodblocks, intaglio plates, lithographic stones, and other matrices/printing surfaces. […]

Niki Sioki: Outside the printing museum

News   11-14 May 2017   AEPM asbl

[Now online] Niki Sioki Outside the printing museum: printed ephemera in Cyprus local museum collections The talk which Niki Siokis gave at the last AEPM annual conference, organised by the Museum of Typography at Chania last May, is now online HERE.   Niki Sioki is Assistant Professor at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus, where she teaches typography, print […]

Patrick Goossens: Collecting and the true craft of historic printing technology

News   11-14 May 2017   AEPM asbl

Patrick Goossens Collecting and the true craft of historic printing technology The talk which Patrick Goossens gave at the AEPM’s annual conference, Making history: collectors, collections and the cultural role of printing museums, hosted by the Museum of Typography in Chania in May, is now online HERE. Patrick Goossens has been closely involved with the Plantin-Moretus […]

Leros Printing Museum

News   July 2017   AEPM asbl

[Leros, Greece] Small is beautiful: Μουσείο Λεριακου Τύπου Printing museums can turn up in the most unexpected places. This one is to be found on the beautiful Greek island of Leros in the Dodecanese in the southern Aegean, just off the Turkish coast. It’s part of the Bellenis Museum of local history in the small seaside town of […]

How print became heritage: 150 years of printing museums

News   July 2017   AEPM asbl

Alan Marshall: How print became heritage: 150 years of printing museums If you didn’t make it to Chania for this year’s annual AEPM conference, Alan Marshall’s talk is now available on-line HERE.   Alan Marshall worked in printing and publishing for twenty years in Britain, then in France, contributing regularly to the trade press on various […]

Printing museums: records of civilization

News   July 2017   AEPM asbl

Yannis A. Phillis: Printing museums – records of civilization If you didn’t make it to Chania for this year’s annual AEPM conference, Yannis A. Phillis’ talk is now available on-line HERE. Yannis A. Phillis received his diploma in electrical and mechanical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece in 1973 and his Ph.D. in […]

Exhibition: Declaring reason

News   Till 24 September 2017   AEPM asbl

Kars Veling opens ‘political’ exhibition ‘Declaring reason’ in Museum Meermanno| House of the book On Friday afternoon, 2nd of June, philosopher Kars Veling, former head of ProDemos and Member of Parliament, opened the exhibition ‘Declaring Reason – KABK Graphic Design Students Decipher Political Books’. Kars Veling, who is also a member of the museum’s supervisory […]

Poster exchange offer

News   June 2017   AEPM asbl

Interested in exchanging posters from your collections? PosterArc in Amsterdam with total holdings of 120,000 international posters on political-social issues, theatre, film, the Cold War, European integration process, global health and HIV/AIDS, etc. has de-accessioned about 20,000 duplicates from most of these thematic collections and is interested to discuss exchanging them with other institutions who […]