Albert Corbeto](https://www.eina.cat/en/eina/professorat/albert-corbeto), teacher on the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, on the Master's in Advanced Typography and the Master's in Graphic Design courses, will be giving the lecture entitled “Incunabula, from the codex manuscript to the modern typographic book”, where he will talk about the appearance of the printing press in the mid fifteenth century and the coexistence of printed material and manuscripts.
On 18 October, Albert Corbeto](https://www.eina.cat/en/eina/professorat/albert-corbeto), teacher on the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, on the Master's in Advanced Typography and the Master's in Graphic Design courses, will be giving a talk entitled "Baskerville in Spain" in Amiens, France, as part of Baskerville in France.
"Baskerville’s types in XVIIIth century Spanish printing The second half of the eighteenth century is regarded as the golden age of Spanish printing, when, for the first time, the productions of leading indigenous typographers such as Ibarra, Sancha or Monfort reached levels comparable to those of the most prestigious printers of Europe. These printers benefited from the skills of various craftsmen in the art of punch cutting who freed Spanish printing from its dependence on the major European type-exporting centres. However, despite the magnificent designs by Pradell, Gil and Espinosa, the prestige of Baskerville’s work led to the attempted acquisition, in 1766, of some of his punches and matrices for the planned printing press of the Real Biblioteca. Although this transaction did not take place, some years later, the Spanish government obtained several of Baskerville’s types which were used towards the end of the century in a number of books printed by the Imprenta Real."
- 20 September at 6.30 pm
- EINA Barra de Ferro Arts Centre, Barcelona
TypeThursday Barcelona, which is staged thanks to Álvaro Franca, Elena Peralta, Elisa Pérez, Ferran Riera, Edu Vidiella, Daniel Colmenares and Ramón Lozano, former students on the EINA Master's in Advanced Typography, with Ricard Garcia, is a monthly meeting aimed at designers who see letters when they close their eyes.
Taking part will be local lovers of letter design in all its disciplines, regardless of their level of experience. The main event is the Type Crit, a group correction of up to four current projects in letter design or the use of typography, where constructive critiques are offered.
Public presentations of the end of year projects for the 2017/2018 Master’s in Advanced Typography will be held on the 18th and 19th of September.
Tribunal: Andreu Balius, Enric Jardí, Ramon Carreté.
- 16.00 - Eduard Vidiella - Les tipografies modulars d’avantguarda (1920-1942)
- 16:30 - Luis Romanque - Tipografía y matemática: Lenguaje técnica y práctica
- 17:00 - Álvaro Franca - Look a little closer: Optical sizes in typefaces of the Dutch Renaissance: The case of Hendrik van den Keere (1540–1580)
Tribunal: Edith Stone, Pere Farrando, Jordi Embodas.
- 16:00 - Karim Decaneva - Textual models in ergotic literature
- 16:30 - Idoia Etxebarria - Del tradicionalismo subversivo a la sans serif
Tribunal: Oriol Miró, Albert Corbeto, Laura Bellver.
- 17:00 - Angie Neira - Tipografías multiescitura: el reto del siglo XXI
- 17:30 - Ana Requena - Sistemas de escritura artificiales
- 18:00 - Mariana Valente - Legibilidad vs lecturabilidad
"Semi-serif Typographies", Final Degree Project on the Master's in Advanced Typography, by Piero Beninato
Piero Beninato explains "Semi-serif Typographies", his Final Degree Project on the Master's in Advanced Typography, where he talks about calligraphy, semi-serif typographies and their historical origins.
"Dingbats; historical origins and current uses", Final Degree Project on the Master's in Advanced Typography, by Helena Santacana
Helena Santacana explains "Dingbats; historical origins and current uses", her final degree project on the Master's in Advanced Typography, where she speaks of the typographic elements called Dingbats and their trace through history.
- Opening 28 June 2018, 7 pm
- Exhibition 28 June to 6 July
- EINA Barra de Ferro Arts Centre, Barcelona
- Open Monday to Saturday, 4 pm to 8 pm
Centcelles in Use is a collaborative project that presents the work of a number of designers, illustrators and creators, all based on the excuse of trying out and playing with a new typeface in a completely free project. All of the projects have been grouped together in an exhibition and a publication that will show the public not just the projects undertaken for this occasion, but also a presentation of each participant and their work and a presentation of the typeface in its present state.
The participants in the project are Esther Aguilà, Oriol Cabarrocas, Queralt Guinart, Paula Velasco and Albert Villegas (EINA students and alumni) and it features the collaboration of Adrià Batet, Aleix Font, Cristina Lavilla, Eva Jolis, Joan Manel Pérez, Lluís Chavarria and Oriol Vlat.
- Live music selection at the opening DJ Privilegio, new project by CrisCris.
- With the collaboration of Winihard Gràfics
"Incunabula, from the codex manuscript to the modern typographic book", exhibition curated by Albert Corbeto
Exhibition From 16 May to 16 June 2018
- Espai Zero of the Biblioteca de Catalunya, Barcelona
- Times Monday to Friday, 9 am to 8 pm. Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm
Until 16 June, you can visit the exhibition "Incunabula, from the codex manuscript to the modern typographic book](http://www.bnc.cat/Visita-ns/Exposicions/Els-incunables-del-codex-manuscrit-al-llibre-tipografic-modern)", curated by Albert Corbeto, art historian and teacher on the Bachelor’s Degree in Design, the Master's in Advanced Typography and the Master's in Graphic Design.
Related to the exhibition, on Thursday 31 May, at 6.30 pm, in the Sala de la Caritat, at the Biblioteca de Catalunya, Albert Corbeto will give a talk entitled “Incunabula, from the codex manuscript to the modern typographic book", which will end with a guided tour of the exhibition.
- 17 May at 6.30 pm
- Barcelona Design Museum. Room B+C
- Open to the public
“TYPOEINA01” is the first issue of a publication on typography linked to the EINA Master's in Advanced Typography, coordinated by Enric Jardí, and to the school’s lengthy tradition in professional and academic training in this design discipline.
TYPOEINA01: From typographic detail to the organisation of space and theoretical contribution focuses on the two basic areas of training: letter design and its use in the composition of the possible graphic supports. The publication includes a selection of alphabet research and design work by students on the master’s course as well as a look back at the major figure and the role played by Josep Maria Pujol (1947-2012) at EINA and on the study and teaching of typography.
The following are the research work and typographic designs that feature:
- Julia Sturm - On Typographic Superfamilies: Investigating the History, Nature and Rationale of Extended Typeface Families
- Elio Salichs - The Importance of Adrian Frutiger in the Consolidation of a New Typographic Category
- Laia Soler i Canaleta - Review of the Origin of the Humanistic Cursive to its Formalisation: from Niccolò to Bartolomeo Sanvito
- Guillermo Bragoni - “Stampa” typeface
- Natalia Weber Antón - “Stimme” typeface
The presentation will feature Pilar Vélez, director of Barcelona Design Museum, and Enric Jardí, coordinator of the publication, along with various collaborators on the master’s programme.
A copy of the book will be given to all those attending.
- 3 and 4 November
- Faro (Portugal)
Andreu Balius, teacher on the EINA Master's Degree in Advanced Typography, is taking part as principal speaker at the 8th Multicultural Typography Meeting, organised by the University of the Algarve on 3 and 4 November in Faro (Portugal).
This event is an annual scientific conference on typography that brings together researchers, industry professionals, educationalists and students. The 8th edition of the conference aims to foster thought about multiculturalism, a relevant element in the present context, with a view to creating spaces and discourses of convergence, in a counterpoint to cultural separation schemata.
- 20 October to 12 November
- Disseny Hub, Barcelona
Andreu Balius, teacher on the Master's Degree in Advanced Typography, and Mario Eskenazi, former teacher and current member of the board of trustees of the EINA Foundation, will be taking part in the exhibition "That’s a public wall", curated by David Torrents and Marc Martí.
Visitors can also see works by TwoPoints.Net, Raúl Goñi, Ladyssenyadora, David Ricart, David Torrent and Jacqueline Molnár
The exhibition is a reflection on the traditional advertising columns in Barcelona at the end of the nineteenth century and which in recent years have disappeared from Barcelona’s streets.
Staged in collaboration with BCD, the exhibition highlights the importance of these spaces, explaining their historical function.
Public presentations of the end of year projects for the 2016/2017 Master’s in Advanced Typography will be held on the 22nd, 26th, 27th and 28th of September.
Tribunal: Joancarles Casasín, Pere Farrando, Enric Jardí
- 16.00h - Daniela Arguedas - “El futuro de las letras digitales”
- 16.30h - Nicolle Laporte - “OpenType.SVG. Respuesta digital a la tipografía multi-layer.”
- 17.00h - Marcela Aguilera - “Comportamientos de consumo en el mercado de fuentes digitales”
- 17.30h - Camila Montejo - “Las didonas como código de comunicación en la industria de la moda”
Tribunal: Joancarles Casasín, Jordi Embodas, Enric Jardí
- 16.00h - Carmen Reyes - “Las itálicas tipográficas. Evolución histórica desde el siglo xvi hasta los revivals de la primera mitad de siglo XX.”
- 16.30h - Bianca Dumitrascu - “The Revival of the Neoclassic Typefaces”
- 17.00h - Ferran Riera - “Evolució dels sistemes per espaiar tipografies”
- 17.30h - Isabel Sahuquillo - “La tipografía modernista”
- 18.00h - Piero Beninato - “Tipografías semiserifas”
- 18.30h - Clara Jessen - “Tipografía cuqui”
- 19.00h - Francisco Ribeiro - “The use of Python Programming Language in the Typeface Design and Font Engineering”
Tribunal: Albert Corbeto, Jordi Embodas, Enric Jardí
- 16.00h - Miguel Murillo - “Webfonts”
- 16.30h - Elena Gutiérrez - “Hinting for dummies”
- 17.00h - Walter Bishop - “Evolución de los pesos tipográficos”
Tribunal: Laura Bellver, Pere Farrando, Rocío Hidalgo
- 16.00h - Miguel Balandrano - “Estilo tipográfico futurista”
- 16.30h - Isabel Martinez - “Joan Brossa, un análisis tipográfico.”
- 17.00h - Luis Ortega - “‘Graffiti Autoctono’ de Madrid”
- 17.30h - Belén Soria - “Modelos tipográficos contemporáneos”
- 18.00h - Ángel Cánovas - “Tipografía por defecto y estándares en sistemas y aplicaciones de escritorio”
- 18.30h - Janire Fontanal - “Propuesta de clasificación de la morfología gráfica de las portadas de revistas dirigidas al sector femenino.”
- 05/10/17 - 05/11/17
- Instituto Cervantes New York
- Free admission
"Typography’s value has risen in all artistic fields thanks to the works of graphic designers. This exhibition aims to show, via some of the best studios, that this conversation is especially alive in contemporary Spanish graphic design."
- 29 and 30 September
- Casa de Cultura de Sant Cugat
On 29 and 30 September, Sant Cugat hosts Creatus Dominus, a free, cross-disciplinary design and creativity festival, where teachers and former students at EINA will be taking part:
Xavier Alamany and Lluc Massaguer, teachers on the Bachelor’s Degree and the Master’s Degree in Graphic Design, will be taking part in the discussion Errors, #tengoalgoqueconfesar, moderated by Alba Serra, former student at EINA.
Keith Adams will be running the Calligraphy Workshop and Oriol Miró, teacher on the Master’s Degree in Advanced Typography, will be part of Calligraphy v Lettering v Typography, championing Calligraphy, where Arcàngela Regis, former student and teacher on the summer course in Experimental Typography, will be championing Typography.
Besides this, Nikita Bashmakov, former student and teacher on the Design Degree, will be taking part in Case Studio.
The Projects: Tipografía multiescritura (Multi-Writing Typography), Final Degree Project by Elena Peralta, as part of the Master’s Degree in Advanced Typography, and BACOA, Product Design Final Degree Final Project on the Bachelor’s Degree in Design by Laia Aviñoa, can be seen in the magazine Experimenta no. 74.