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The Stacks School of Typography: The Role of Libraries and Archives in the Development of Gaspereau Press

The Stacks School of Typography: The Role of Libraries and Archives in the Development of Gaspereau Press
120 St. George St., Thomas Fisher Library
Time: Mar 5th, 8:00 pm End: Mar 5th, 10:00 pm
Interest Categories: Visual Studies (UTM), Language Studies (UTM), History & Philosophy of Science & Technology (FAS), French and Linguistics (UTSC), French (FAS), English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), Comparative Literature (FAS), Book History/Print Culture, Art (FAS), Architecture, Landscape, Design, 2000-
Lecture by Andrew Steeves, proprietor of Gaspereau Press

The Friends of the Fisher Library are pleased to present the Leon Katz Memorial Lecture:

Andrew Steeves, Proprietor, Gaspereau Press

The Stacks School of Typography: the Role of Libraries and Archives in the Development of Gaspereau Press


Gaspereau Press is a Canadian literary publisher and printshop established in 1997 in Nova Scotia by Gary Dunfield and Andrew Steeves. Gaspereau Press publishes some of Canada’s most original and innovative authors and is dedicated to editing, designing and manufacturing their books in a fashion that honours their content as well as the great humanist tradition of printing and publishing. Employing a wide range of modern and antiquated production techniques and technologies, Gaspereau Press creates books that marry function and form. From limited-edition letterpress projects to Smyth-sewn trade paperbacks with handprinted jackets, every project carries some trace of the human mind, eye and hand. The result is a unique publishing list of award-winning books – affordable, beautiful, and designed to endure.

 

This lecture is free, but we request that you contact the Library if you plan to attend by emailing at events.library@utoronto.ca or phoning (416) 978-3600.

The Friends of the Fisher Library supports acquisitions and special programs at the Fisher Library, including the publication of exhibition catalogues. The Friends also hosts four lectures each year.

Benefits of Membership in Friends of the Fisher Library
Along with the personal satisfaction gained from supporting the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library you will receive:

  • Invitations to lectures and special events (view past and upcoming events).
  • The Halcyon, The Newsletter of the Friends of The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library. Published twice a year, in December and June,The Halcyon includes short articles on recent noteworthy gifts to and acquisitions of the Library, recent or current exhibitions, activities of the Friends, and other short articles about the Library's collections.

Membership Form [pdf]

For further information about this event, please contact Acting Director Anne Dondertman


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