Type Brigade №29 × The Pop-Up Museum of Typography

Type Brigade
Type Brigade
Public group

Emily Carr University

1399 Johnston Street · Vancouver, BC

How to find us

Emily Carr University is on Granville Island. We’ll be in the Concourse Gallery, straight ahead as you enter the North Building.

Location image of event venue

Details

Type Brigade is Vancouver’s typography and type design meetup. We’re excited to announced that Type Brigade №29 is on December 1st. Our last meetup of the year will be our second annual collaboration with The Pop-Up Museum of Typography at Emily Carr University.

The Fifth Annual Pop-Up Museum of Typography is a one-of-a-kind installation, loaded with fun-filled, educational, interactive typographic exhibits. It will be at the Emily Carr University Concourse Gallery from December 1st through 4th, but you’ll want to be there opening night for Type Brigade.

Please note we’ll be at Emily Carr University on Granville Island rather than our usual location.

You’ll be able to come check out the exhibition before and after the talks, which will start at 7:00.

• Doors: 6:30PM
• Talks begin: 7:00PM
• View the exhibition afterwards

Peter Cocking – Introducing the The Pop-Up Museum of Typography

Peter Cocking is one of Canada’s most celebrated book designers. He’s spoken on typography and design across the US & Canada, from Pecha Kucha Vancouver to the Type Directors Club in New York. Our first talk of the evening will see him introduce the typographic thinking behind the exhibition.

Riley Banks, Daniela Buitrago, Cassie Chuang, Rachael Crocker & Karim Kadi, Max Funk, Diana Law, Sangmi Lee & Taysia Louie, Shona Massey, Daniel Park, Claire Roskey, Silvia Sasaki, Lea Schwegler, Kaeley Slaney, Erin Waters, Chamali Weerasooriya – Lightning Talks

Let the designers participating in the Pop Up Museum of Typography talk you through their work! The Advanced Typography class will each give a two-minute lightning talks on a variety of typography work they’ve completed this semester. You’ll be able to tour the exhibition before we start and after the talks.

Above, Natalie Worth’s The Natural History of Typography in last year’s exhibition, photo by Greystone Books (https://www.instagram.com/p/wIYp1bp1tu/?tagged=typebrigade). You can also see

Anatomy of Letters by Chelsey Doyle (https://twitter.com/creativesplus), from Type Brigade №23 × Pop-Up Museum of Type, which you can currently see in Applied Arts magazine.

Custom Numerals

We signify each Type Brigade with a new set of custom numerals which have previously been designed by Andrea Husky (https://twitter.com/andreahusky), Riley Cran (https://twitter.com/rileycran), Cade Cran (https://twitter.com/cadecran), Alanna Munro (https://twitter.com/alannamun), and Kenneth Ormandy (https://twitter.com/kennethormandy). Leading up to the event, we’ll reveal the new №29, which will be done by a new contributor.

Sponsors

This edition of Type Brigade is sponsored by Port Paper Co (http://www.portpaperco.com/) and Emily Carr University (http://ecuad.ca/).

Emily Carr University of Art + Design is providing the space for this event.

Our friends at Port Paper Co. sponsor our ongoing print series. They are a impressive, custom letterpress studio and producer of fine paper goods. Print like it's 1450 all over again! (http://www.portpaperco.com/)

If you or your company is interested in working with us in the future, send me an email at [masked] .

Additional information

After the talks, we’ll continue our conversations at Cats Social House (http://catssocialhouse.com/?page_id=6). We’d love for you to join us!

Code of Conduct

Type Brigade strives to create a welcoming, safe, professional environment at our meetups. We commit to this through our attendee, organiser, and speaker Code of Conduct (http://typebrigade.com/code-of-conduct).

Follow us

Make sure you follow @typebrigade on Twitter (http://twitter.com/typebrigade), and mention us if you have any questions.

See you at the event!