** Typography Classes in New York **

pablink's picture

Any good classes/courses in NYC? There is never enough typography courses I can take :-)

I've been to SVA and took a class with Ed Benguiat, great attention to detail, and such a fun class!!
not much about layout, grid etc.

Any schools, teachers, classes anyone in NYC know of?

Thanks for your attention

.00's picture

You should check the TDC website. The club is offering more and more classes geared towards improving designers typographic skills.

http://tdc.org/events/education/index.html

More classes for the fall will be forthcoming.

pablink's picture

This is great. The walking tour should be awesome!

pablink's picture

anyone else?

peter_bain's picture

Cooper Union is offering summer classes in both type and calligraphy. Also, Parsons, SVA, and Pratt offer classes in their professional/continuing education divisions, taught by working professionals.

Or head up to scenic Lake Cayuga, where I will be teaching
"Stems and Beziers: An Introduction to Typeface Design"
at the Wells Book Arts Summer Institute, July 9-15.
Learn more: http://aurora.wells.edu/~wbac/bookarts/educ_summerinst.html

Hannes Famira's picture

Check out the Type@Cooper certificate programs at the Cooper Union:
http://coopertype.org

Ismuth's picture

I'm finally back in the US after traveling abroad, and I've signed up for James Montelbano's Type Design course at SVA this fall. I can't wait!

http://www.sva.edu/continuing-education/graphic-design/typeface-design-1...

hrant's picture

You're sure to learn quite a bit.

hhp

dberlow's picture

[niagA demmapS]

Jack Jennings's picture

Typography Summer School (http://typographysummerschool.org) which is usually run in London, is expanding to NY this year. They're accepting applications until the 1st of May. (Disclosure: taught by designers that I do some work for.)

printguru's picture

This is supposed to be a good intro course: http://www.nobledesktop.com/graphic-design/

abattis's picture

There are two 3-day introduction workshops in Chicago and Boston in November: www.craftingtype.com

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