Previously on AEPM…
The AEPM’s conferences have been bringing people together to talk about printing heritage since 2006.
Proceedings of past conferences can be found HERE.
2023 — Quo vadis? Printing discovering its future (Klingspor Museum / Haus der Stadtgeschichte, Offenbach am Main, Germany)
2022 — Why do we make printing museums? (Atelier-musée de l’imprimerie, Malesherbes, France)
2021 — 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)
2020 — Postponed because of the Covid pandemic.
2019 — Safeguarding intangible heritage (Nationaal Museum van de Speelkaart, Turnhout, Belgium)
2018 — After printing. Bookbinding as cultural heritage (Imprenta Municipal. Artes del libro, Madrid, Spain)
2017 — Making history: collections, collectors and the cultural role of printing museums (Museum of Typography in Chania, Crete, Greece)
2016 — From stone to chip. Alois Senefelder and the invention of lithography (Dutch museum of lithography, Valkenswaard, The Netherlands)
2015 — The relevance of typographical collections for today’s designers (Tipoteca italiana, Cornuda, Italy)
2014 — Exhibiting printing heritage (Gutenberg Museum, Mainz, Germany)
2012 — Challenges for the preservation, study and exhibition of typographical heritage materials (Lyons Printing Museum, France)
2010 — Collections of today: towards a critical evaluation of your collections (Deutsches Zeitungsmuseum, Wadgassen, Germany)
2008 — Danmarks medienmuseet, Odense, Denmark
2006 — Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp, Belgium