KABK and MATD discussion in Berlin

Posted on 11 May 2010 in:

Now this is a panel discussion that you won’t want to miss:

Handgloves or adhesion

Reading or writing, KABK Den Haag or the University of Reading? It is often said about the two renowned typedesign masters degree programs (and their graduates) that they are rivals. There can be passionate discussions about the best method to draw an S. But is it true that both schools don’t like each other? Must it really be a question of faith which side one takes? What are the characteristics of the programs and in what ways do they differ? Those, and all your other questions, will be answered by two graduates from each school: Veronika Burian, Christoph Dunst, Laura Meseguer and Dan Reynolds.

Taking place at 2pm on Friday, May 21, this panel discussion is up against Niels Meulman: Calligraphy, and lunch. If you were thinking about grabbing a bite to eat at the TYPO next Friday afternoon, think again! Taking place in the TYPO Nest, this thrilling panel will be moderated by Indra Kupferschmid.

Historically, each type]media class visits TYPO Berlin as part of the yearly course’s program; there are sure to be plenty of Dutch partisans in the audience. So, Reading peeps within flying or driving distance of Berlin, you know where you should be next week. Veronika and I might need back up…