Archives for January 2020

St Brides Opening in February

St Bride’s Library will be open on Wednes­day 5 Feb­ru­ary and Wednes­day 19 Feb­ru­ary from 12 noon – 8pm. Email in advance (library@sbf.org.uk) to let the library know that you intend to vis­it as space in the Read­ing Room is lim­it­ed. Check the online cat­a­logue and email a list of titles you wish to see […]

Print Networks Call for Papers

The 2020 Print Net­works / CPHC Con­fer­ence will take place in Apple­­by-in-West­­­more­­land, on the edge of Wainwright’s Lake­land Fells and will take as its theme ‘print­ing for tourists’  — tick­ets, notices, leaflets, labels, fold­ers, bill­heads and oth­er throw­aways, along­side books both phys­i­cal and vir­tu­al, that have come to rep­re­sent tourists and tourism across the ages. […]

Exhibition on printing in London

An exhi­bi­tion on the his­to­ry of east Lon­don’s print indus­try opens at the Nun­nery Gallery in Bow Road, Lon­don E3 on 17 Jan­u­ary 2020. It will include his­toric pho­tographs and print­ed items as well as print work­ers’ mem­o­ries, told through a new col­lec­tion of oral his­to­ries. Using archive and new­ly found mate­r­i­al from com­pa­nies, co-ops […]

Film about Baskerville’s work

A short film about Baskerville’s punch­es will be screened for the first time at Win­ter­bourne House in Birm­ing­ham on 12 Feb­ru­ary. It demon­strates Baskerville’s work­ing meth­ods and pro­vides insights into his crafts­man­ship. The evening will also include talks about the wider project. The event is free, but book­ing is essen­tial: see the Cen­tre for Print­ing […]