Previously on AEPM…
The AEPM’s conferences have been bringing people together to talk about printing heritage since 2006.
Why do we make printing museums? (Atelier-musée de l’imprimerie, Malesherbes, France)
Printing in Offenbach: the art of a craft and the craft in the art (Online conference organised by the Klingspor Museum and the Haus der Stadtgeschichte, Offenbach, Germany)
Postponed because of the Covid pandemic.
Safeguarding intangible heritage (Nationaal Museum van de Speelkaart, Turnhout, Belgium)
After printing. Bookbinding as cultural heritage (Imprenta Municipal. Artes del libro, Madrid, Spain)
Making history: collections, collectors and the cultural role of printing museums (Museum of Typography in Chania, Crete, Greece)
From stone to chip. Alois Senefelder and the invention of lithography (Dutch museum of lithography, Valkenswaard, The Netherlands)
The relevance of typographical collections for today’s designers (Tipoteca italiana, Cornuda, Italy)
Exhibiting printing heritage (Gutenberg Museum, Mainz, Germany)
Challenges for the preservation, study and exhibition of typographical heritage materials (Lyons Printing Museum, France)
Collections of today: towards a critical evaluation of your collections (Deutsches Zeitungsmuseum, Wadgassen, Germany)
Danmarks medienmuseet, Odense, Denmark
Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp, Belgium