Opens: Wednesday, March 5th – March 28th
Reception: Wednesday, March 19th at 7:00 to 9:00 pm
The Type Director’s Club Exhibition is a review of the history and distinctive aesthetics of typography. It will give a sense of the evolution of the printed word and its impact and influence on society and the readers who consume it.
For more information contact: Randi O’Brien, email@example.com
More Events in conjunction with the Directors Club 59 exhibition:
Type Directors Club 2013 Exhibition Lecture: Power & Languagewith Vaughan Judge
Wednesday, March 5th at 5:30 pm
215 Cheever Hall, MSU
This lecture will not only classically deal with the written word and its influential power, but also look at the image as a multi-layer visual text that can exert influential power or absolute instrumental power. There are visual texts like combinations of words that persuade and others that unequivocally command and instruct. These visual and written texts often go unnoticed in a conscious way, but in an unconscious way they persuade, compel or command our everyday actions and choices.
Power and Language looks at the overt and covert use of texts, both written and visual that influence or control social behavior
Annual PFAS Gallery Art Walk – Exhibits and Receptions
Wednesday, March 19th at 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Dean’s Gallery – Cheever Hall and the Helen E. Copeland Gallery, Haynes Hall, MSU
Three exhibits, two receptions all on one big night.
Bozeman Soup: A Micro-Funding Dinner
Friday, March 21st at 6:00 pm Fraternal Order of the Eagles
Bozeman SOUP is a community micro-granting dinner celebrating creative projects. For $7 you receive soup, bread, and a vote. You will hear four presentations and then vote for which idea should receive the proceeds from the evening.
a collaborative situation
a public dinner
a platform for connection
a theatrical environment
a democratic experiment in micro-funding
a relational hub bringing together various creative communities
a forum for critical but accessible discussion
an opportunity to support creative people in Bozeman
Throughout the evening there will be four presentations ranging from art, urban agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs, education, technology, etc., who have four minutes to share their idea and then field four questions from the diners.
We eat, connect, share resources, and vote on what project you think should win the money gathered from the night. When the night nears to a close we count the ballots and whoever has the most votes takes home the money from the door.
For more information about Bozeman SOUP or to submit a project email firstname.lastname@example.org