HMCT RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

Typographer-in-Residence

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.

PROFILE: TYPOGRAPHER-IN-RESIDENCE

Feb 10, 2020 – Mar 21, 2020

Joshua Trees, Yvan Martinez, and Krister Olsson are designers, researchers and educators based in London, who will collectively serve as our Typographers-in-Residence this year. For over twenty years, they have been collaboratively exploring publishing as a mode of social enquiry, cultural intervention and public engagement. Their work has been distributed and exhibited widely.

Artist-in-Residence

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.

PROFILE: ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

New Typography Workshop
Feb 3, 2020 – Feb 8, 2020

Our second annual Artist-in-Residence program embedded Alan Kitching and Kelvyn Smith of the New Typography Workshop, London in HMCT Archetype Press during the first week of February, 2020.

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CONTACT / LOCATION

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HOURS

The HMCT (South Campus) Gallery is free and open to the public. It is accessible when school is in term, seven days a week from 9 AM to 7 PM.

The Storefront Gallery, located within the Center, is also free and open to the public most weekdays from 10 AM to 4 PM. (We advise you to call ahead to make sure the Storefront Gallery is open, 626-396-4343).

LOCATION

950 South Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, California 91105