“Type as Language,” a Summer Residency at SVA (Sponsored)

"Type as Language," a Summer Residency at SVA (Sponsored)

Join the School of Visual Arts from July 6—31st for the second year of a new summer residency program, “Typography as Language!”

Design a typeface and use it in a project of your choosing in any media—on screen or on paper. Each student will have 24-hour access to the Type as Language studio in New York’s Chelsea district and the opportunity to study closely with renowned type designers Tobias Frere-Jones, James Montalbano, and Daniel Rhatigan. A stellar roster of guest lecturers plus visits to Louise Fili’s world-famous design studio and a letterpress facility, round out the program. “Type as Language” is built around four interrelated one-week modules, covering technical, theoretical, historical, and practical studies. We welcome applications from students and working professionals across all design disciplines.

For more information and details on how to apply, visit sva.edu/residency/typography. @SVATypeLab facebook.com/TypeAsLanguage

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