Call for papers: ATypI 2003, Vancouver

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    Call for papers and presentation proposals

    Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI) annual conference
    Vancouver, Canada, 24-28 September, 2003

    BETWEEN TEXT & READER : an exploration into the activities, influences,
    theories and obsessions that exist between the creation of text and the
    reading of text.

    The ATypI 2003 programme planning committee invites submissions of
    abstracts for presentations on any theme related to type, typography and
    the creative space between text and reader. Appropriate topics include, but
    are not limited to: typeface design, typographic media new and old, font
    technology, printing history, the use of type in graphic design,
    multilingual typography, and design education. Proposals are welcome for
    practical demonstrations as well as lectures and panel sessions.

    Abstracts should include the title of the proposed presentation, the
    presenters name(s), and a short summary (approx. 100 words) suitable for
    publication in the conference programme. Please also indicate the length of
    the presentation if it is shorter than forty minutes. Forty minutes is the
    maximum length for a lecture or demonstration, including questions, but
    panel sessions may run longer and include short presentations by
    participants. The deadline for submissions is 30 April 2003.

    Presentation proposals should be sent to the programme planning committee
    by e-mail to <> or by mail to

    ATypI 2003 Vancouver
    P.O. Box 3346
    Vancouver, BC V6B 3Y3

    Please note that all other correspondence should be addressed to the ATypI
    Secretariat and Conference Office in the USA (see below).

    About ATypI : Association Typographique Internationale is the only
    worldwide organisation dedicated to type and typography. Founded in 1957,
    ATypI provides the structure for communication, information and action
    within the international type community. Recent ATypI annual conferences in
    have been attended by delegates from more than 40 countries.

    For more information, visit or contact the ATypI
    Secretariat & Conference Office
    6050 Boulevard East, #2H
    West New York, New Jersey, USA

    t. +001 201-453-1775
    f. +001 201-861-3365

    Tiro Typeworks
    Vancouver, BC

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