AIGA Boston Book Group: Graphesis

The book group returns with a discussion of Johanna Drucker's Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production. Graphical interfaces have become a central part of the modern day-to-day experience. How do they shape knowledge? How important is it be able to understand and interpret visual forms, how they present and produce information, and the impact that has on how we view the world around us?

The book is available in paperback at bookstores and libraries.

The AIGA Boston Book Group meets every other month at the Katherine Small Gallery in Somerville. Read and discuss books on design with fellow members of the Boston design community.

 

Graphesis Visual Forms of Knowledge Production

FEES:
AIGA Members: FREE
Non-Members: $5
Student Non-Members (ID required): $4

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
Public Transportation
• Take the 83 bus to Beacon St @ Calvin St and walk 1 minute
• Take the 86 bus to Washington St @ Beacon St and walk 2 minutes
• Red Line, get off at the Harvard stop and walk 16 minutes

Parking
2-hour parking (free and metered) is available up and down Beacon Street.

READ AHEAD!
April: The Brand Gap: How to Bridge the Distance Between Business Strategy and Design by Marty Neumeier
June: Queer X Design: 50 Years of Signs, Symbols, Banners, Logos, and Graphic Art of LGBTQ by Andy Campbell

EVENT PARTNER:

Katherine Small Gallery

Venue Accessibility
AIGA Boston is committed to hosting events that are accessible for all. If you need special assistance to participate in this event, please contact Melissa Hines, Director of Diversity & Inclusion, at melissa [at] boston.aiga.org. For reasonable assistance accommodations to be provided, please notify us at least five business days in advance of the event. If we do not receive timely notification of your reasonable request, we may not be able to make the necessary arrangements by the time of the event.

Cancellation / Refund Policy

Your registration constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken of you at the event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Boston. AIGA Boston has adopted the AIGA Code of Conduct with regard to its activities. We reserve the right to refuse admittance for violations of this Code, or other unlawful or disruptive actions. Any concerns should be addressed to the Director of Membership or Community Outreach.

 

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Graphic by Nathan Pyritz

When & Where
Mon, Feb 10, 2020 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Katherine Small Gallery
108 Beacon Street
Somerville, MA 02143
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