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Identifying prints: what process is it and how is it done?

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Identifying prints: what process is it and how is it done?

Time: September 17, 2009 to September 18, 2009
Location: University of Reading
Street: Department of Typography and Graphic Communication, Whiteknights
City/Town: Reading
Website or Map: http://www.reading.ac.uk/typo…
Phone: (0118) 378 8081/7213
Event Type: short, course
Organized By: Department of Typography and Graphic Communication
Latest Activity: Jul 2, 2009

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Event Description

A two day seminar and workshop explaining
and demonstrating the range of printing processes
– relief, intaglio and planographic, in black and white
and colour. The course will focus on a wide range of
printed ephemera as well as fine art print making,
illustration and reproduction. The course is particularly
aimed at librarians, archivists, curators and
social historians who need help with print identification
for describing, cataloguing and evaluating.
The course will give an historical perspective,
concentrating mainly on the nineteenth century.
£285.00 inclusive of lunch, coffee/tea & materials
(Maximum of 15 places, so early booking
recommended)
For details please contact c.mcgroarty@reading.ac.uk

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