Ⓛ Time is Form. Form is Time— with DIA

February 22 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ Jean François Porchez: The Visible Invisibility of Words

February 28 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ Tony Di Spigna on Spencerian Script

March 8 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ Uncharacteristic Characters with Jonathan Hoefler

March 13 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ Type Drives Culture

March 23 2018
Starts: 9:00 am
Ends: 7:30 pm

Ⓛ Something Old, Something New with Ben Kiel & Jesse Ragan

March 27 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ Thinking with Eye & Hand: The Typefaces of F.H.E. Schneidler with Paul Shaw

April 3 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

Ⓛ LetterHeads: A New Book by Stefan G.Bucher

April 12 2018
Starts: 6:30 pm
Ends: 8:30 pm

2-Day Workshop: Designing Type with Mark Simonson

April 27 2018
Starts: 8:30 am
Ends: 4:30 pm

2-Day Workshop: Designing Type with Mark Simonson

April 27 2018
Starts: 8:30 am
Ends: 4:30 pm

Urban Lettering Walk with Paul Shaw: From Canal Street to City Hall

May 20 2018
Starts: 11:00 am
Ends: 2:00 pm

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Organizations
Type Directors Club
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Society of Scribes
AIGA/NY
The Typophiles

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Site Inspiration
This site was started to keep track of the many type (and type related) events happening in New York. Specifically it was spawned during a conversation with Stephen Coles about the lack of a centralized location for keeping track of these related events being hosted by different organizations. In the Bay Area, TypeSF.org was created by Jessica Hische with an events listing for typophiles, but here in NY we were without such a site. Jessica is a great role model as someone who builds helpful resources for the design community and encourages others to do the same. So I decided to follow in her footsteps and build a similar site for typophiles in New York. In the future, I hope this contributes to more cross-pollination between the various type/lettering/design organizations in the city because I think there’s a lot we can learn from one another.