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Clare Bell

Dublin, Ireland • Running for a one-year term

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I've been a board member for a number of years and have remained active throughout this period, through my involvement on the Internationalization Committee, the Marketing Committee and in particular the Governance Committee where I carried out the research, development and co-writing of ATypI's Code of Conduct. I would love to build on this work for the good of the organisation and our members and  participants. With my colleague Mary Ann Bolger, I also organised ATypI's annual conference in Dublin in 2010 'ATypI: The Word'. I am co-founder of Typography Ireland research seminar group, which aims to link local researchers and practitioners in Ireland with the global ATypI network, strengthening participation and inclusion for all. Thank you!

Clare Bell is a practicing designer, researcher, and lecturer on the BA and MA Visual Communication degree courses at TUDublin School of Creative Arts. A graduate of Central Saint Martins (BA Hons Graphic Design), she worked for a number of years as an editorial designer at The Guardian newspaper, working on design across the daily broadsheet, G2 features supplement, and Weekend magazine. Prior to this she was a senior designer at Radió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ).

She is co-coordinator and founder member of Typography Ireland monthly seminar group (and practice-based meeting group TypeClub) at GradCAM, and is a board member of Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI). She was co-organiser and co-programmer of ‘The Word 2010’, ATypI’s annual conference hosted by TUDublin, Ireland, and co-founder, co-organiser and co-programmer of Face Forward International Typography Conference 2015, also hosted by TUDublin. She is an assessor on the annual Assessment Scheme of the International Society of Typographic Designers.

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