Whilst there is a good body of poetry and prose, both fact and fiction that has been written about the craft of printing, there is however, only one radio play.
Place: The Library of Birmingham
Place: Arts Building, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Campus
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Place: Unit 1, Mott Street Industrial Estate, Hockley, Birmingham B19 3HE
To celebrate 100 years of the Watford School of Printing and to launch the Watford'sPrinting Past project, this exhibition presents the relationship between the printing industry and technical education in the Watford area from the 1870s to 1990s.
Time: 0800-2100 daily
Place: West Herts College, Watford Campus, Hempstead Road, Watford WD17 3EZ
The thirty-second Print Networks Conference on the History of the British book trade will take place at St. Anne’s College, Oxford on 22-23th July 2014.
Time: 0900-1700 daily
Place: St. Anne’s College, Oxford: 22-23 July 2014
In 2014, the Printing Historical Society will commemorate its fiftieth anniversary and its role in the encouragement of printing history.
Place: St Bride Library, London
The Baskerville Society is delighted to announce that its main event in 2014 will be a trip to the beautiful and vibrant city of Georgian Dublin. We are grateful to Society member ANNE BRADY and colleagues in institutions around the city for inviting us and for all their hard work in making this event possible. We hope you will be tempted to join in the fun!
Place: Various venues around Dublin
A lecture by Dr Caroline Archer to the King's Norton History Society
Place: Saint Nicolas' Place, King's Norton, Birmingham
Ben Waddington leads this 90-minute tour of type and lettering locations around the city.
The Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world and dates back to the seventeenth century.
Place: Oxford University Press Archives, Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP
This visit to the Library of Birmingham allows an opportunity to explore the impressive new building, opened in September this year but for the keen Baskerphile, the real draw is the library’s extensive collection of original Baskerville editions.
Place: The Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Birmingham