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Calligraphic Type Design in the Digital Age: An Exhibition in Honor of the Contributions of Hermann & Gudrun Zapf (Zapfest) Opening in San Francisco



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Calligraphic Type Design in the Digital Age: An Exhibition in Honor
of the Contributions of Hermann & Gudrun Zapf
September 1 - October 31, 2001 @ San Francisco Public Library, Skylight Gall=
ery

Opening reception: Saturday, September 1, 2001, 2 p.m.
Presented by the Friends of Calligraphy and the San Francisco Public Library

September 2 - Lectures by Hermann Zapf and Gudrun Zapf von Hesse.
=46riends of Calligraphy Award Presentation to Hermann & Gudrun Zapf

Exhibiting the work of:
        Hermann Zapf, Gudrun Zapf von Hesse, Alan Blackman, Erik van
Blokland, Rick Cusick, Timothy Donaldson, Jean Evans, Phill Grimshaw,
Cynthia Hollandsworth, Akira Kobayashi, Richard Lipton, Jacqueline
Sakwa, Robert Slimbach, Viktor Solt-Bittner, Jovica Veljovic=B4 and
Julian Waters.

Subsequent lectures:
September 8 - Jack Stauffacher with Sumner Stone, September 15 -
Larry Brady, September 29 - Susan Skarsgard, October 6 - Sumner
Stone, October 13 - Cynthia Hollandsworth, October 27 - Robert
Bringhurst

Concurrent exhibitions:
Jack Stauffacher: the Years Away: 1955-1963 September 7 - November 2,
San Francisco Center for the Book, reception Friday, September 7, 6 - 8 p.m.

Women Typographers & Fine Printers. Opening symposium Sunday,
September 9, 2 pm, Mills College

Artists' Books in the Modern Era 1870 - 2000. The Reva & David Logan
Collection of Illustrated Books. Opening in October, 2001. California
Palace of the Legion of Honor.

Updates @ www.zapfest.com

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