The Typographer-in-Residence program embeds artists, designers, researchers, and educators in the Center for a six-week period. The residency offers the opportunity to further investigate the importance and relevance of language and typography in the participant’s professional practice or personal research.
The Typographer-in-Residence spends six weeks in the HMCT studio and participates as a guest critic in one undergraduate typography class; delivers a public lecture; holds bi-weekly open conversations for faculty and students; and presents an exhibition of their work or research.
Contact the HMCT for more information or to receive an application.
Each year the Hoffmitz Milken Faculty Development Grants are awarded by the HMCT in order to foster the professional and personal enrichment of ArtCenter faculty members. Grants allow recipients to pursue individual research and attend workshops, seminars, and conferences. These opportunities allow faculty to bring a fresh perspective and broader knowledge to their teaching practice.
Interested faculty should contact the center for details.
Each year, HMCT awards a fellowship in which the recipient works directly with the center’s current typographer-in-residence, executive director, or creative director. Applicants must be ArtCenter undergraduate or graduate students, or recent alumni. Fellowships last for one twelve-week span within an ArtCenter term. Contact the center for applications.