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Finding urban graphic heritage
This talk presents insights from the project ‘Repositioning Graphic Heritage’ looking specifically at urban graphic heritage in its setting. It explores the relationship between graphic heritage and heritage interpretation, between presentation and representation, through case studies of a multitude of ‘signs’ in their urban settings.
Date: 25 Mar 2021
Venue: Online via Zoom
The legacy of MacDonald ‘Max’ Gill – maps, murals and master of lettering
Caroline Walker celebrates the artistic legacy of MacDonald 'Max' Gill, versatile and multi-talented artist who was architect, draughtsman, letterer, mural-painter, and standout mapmaker-artist.
Date: 25 Feb 2021
Venue: Via Zoom
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