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Programme announced for ATypI Working Seminar Amiens

Join us 6–7 February in beautiful, inspiring Amiens for a free event focusing on the current state of PhD research in type and typography.

Programme announced for ATypI Working Seminar Amiens

In partnership with the ESAD Amiens School of Art and Design (École Supérieure d’Art et de Design d’Amiens), the Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI) will present its first working seminar of 2020 in Amiens, France. This edition, which will take place 6–7 February, is open to all who are interested in higher research, and especially PhD candidates and supervisors, researchers, educators, students, and those already holding PhDs.

A stellar roster of presenters and panelists are confirmed for Working Seminar Amiens, including keynote Gerry Leonidas, Sahar Afshar, Caroline Archer, Tiphanie Chivot, Patrick Doan, Petra Dočekalová, Borna Izadpanah, Sarah Kremer, Sébastien Morlighem, Titus Nemeth, Rathna Ramanathan, Dan Reynolds, Alice Savoie, and Ana Catarina Silva. Additional speakers may be added to the programme.

For more information on this edition and the Working Seminars program in general, please visit workingseminars.atypi.org. There is no fee to attend WS Amiens, but preregistration is required. This is an intimate event, limited to sixty participants, so don't hesitate—reserve your spot at atypi.org/store

The ATypI Working Seminar Amiens 2020 is generously supported by the Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, the Région Hauts-de-France, and Amiens Métropole. Our sponsors and partners help cover additional costs and create new opportunities for participants and our community. If you would like to support this event, our annual conference, or other ATypI programs, please see the Working Seminar sponsorship page.

ATypI Working Seminar Amiens is an exciting prelude to our annual conference, ATypI 2020, which will take place this fall in Paris. Dates and details on this major event will be available soon!