Will Carter and Gutenberg’s Legacy
Wednesday 18 October
This retrospective lecture starts with a look at the legacy of the inventor of printing. Focusing primarily on the efforts of Will Carter, it traces the leap from moveable print to multiple-printed images.
Venue: Art Workers Guild,
6 Queen Square, London WC1.
Details: 0171-585 3783.
Thursday 19 October
Presentation looking at legal and business aspects of design protection and exploitation. The programme consists of four brief presentations, with audience participation and the opportunity to meet designers, manufacturers and brand managers.
Venue: Edward Lewis Solicitors, 70 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1.
Details: 0171-404 5566.
The Flat Space
Friday 20 October
Exhibition of the latest in Dutch interactive design. The major focus is on graphic design and illustration for television, CD-Rom and computer, including the effect graphic design and typography have had on each other. Until 24 November.
Venue: Netherlands Design Institute, Keizersgracht
609 NL-1017 DS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Details: 00 31 20 551 6507.
Contemporary African Photography
Friday 27 October
Continuing the Africa 95 season, this exhibition features portraits from the Central Africa Republic and graffiti from the torture chambers of one of the major prison camps of Guinea.
Until 9 December.
Venue: The Photographers’ Gallery, 5 Great Newport Street, London WC2.
Details: 0171-831 1772.