Monthly Archives: January 2010

ATypI 2010

The next ATypI conference will be held in Dublin — back to Europe! On the official ATypI website we can read a few extra details as follow:

ATypI 2010 – ‘The Word’ – will take place from 8 to 12 September 2010 in Dublin, Ireland. The main conference sessions will run from 9 to 12 September in the historic venue of Dublin Castle.

Dublin Castle. Photo: Donaldytong (on the ATypI website)

The main conference will be preceded by two days of workshops, seminars and special interest group meetings, including a stream on type technology and webfonts. These will be on 8 and 9 September at the Dublin Institute of Technology at Mountjoy Square.

A call will be launched shortly for papers and presentations that engage with the theme of ‘The Word’ in its various dimensions: typographic, literary, historical, linguistic, political or aesthetic.

As usual the workshops precede the conference and, as expected there’s special interest on webfonts… Maybe this year will be a good year to invest on attending the workshops. After all, WOFF is here and is looking good (have you seen the new Firefox rendering capabilities?). And Dublin is just a quick airplane ride away…

Via Le Typographe.