Raw Print Public Lectures - Designers share publishing expertise

Raw Print Public Lectures are a monthly symposium that celebrate the dynamic nature of modern magazine making in the 21st century.

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This lecture series is intended to explore the relevance of print in the digital age.

Matt Gill, Senior Lecturer

Raw Print Public Lectures are a monthly symposium that celebrate the dynamic nature of modern magazine making in the 21st Century.

Looking at the future challenges that lie ahead within publishing, Raw Print aims to educate through industry expertise in popular discourse, creating a think tank environment for all print media enthusiasts.

Raw Print is a collaborative venture between Matt Gill, Lecturer in BA (Hons) Fashion Communication and Promotion from the School of Art & Design and Alex Smith of Ideas on Paper magazine shop based in Cobden Chambers, Nottingham.

Matt said: "Maker, seller or consumer; you're bound to have some fascinating insights to share with other lovers of the printed page. This lecture series is intended to explore the relevance of print in the so called digital age."

Magazines can quickly be produced and speak directly to a particular group of people, yet they are underrepresented in popular discourse; Raw Print will address this head-on with a series of talks, presentations and debates from industry experts generating fresh insights into the world of the modern magazine.

Held on the first Wednesday of every month in The Lacehouse, Nottingham from 6 - 9 pm, these talks are open to students from the School of Art & Design and the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment who are interested in magazine publishing. Tickets are £3. Buy now.

Raw Print Public Lectures - Designers share publishing expertise

Published on 24 September 2015
  • Category: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment; School of Art & Design

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