DIY Design – 9th Annual St Bride Library Conference

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News | Yves Peters | March 10, 2010

Spring is in the air; the conference season is gearing up. TYPO Berlin already has over 1,000 registrations, and yesterday another conference in London was announced. On Thursday 27 and Friday 28 May 2010 St Bride Library organises DIY Design, the Ninth annual St Bride Library conference.

Design work of originality and distinction is often the result of individuals taking it upon themselves to do things differently:

  • by moving away from the styles and conventions of their time;
  • by not waiting to be asked and just doing it anyway;
  • by taking control of aspects of production which are normally left to others;
  • by undertaking projects which are driven by a desire to push the boundaries of what can be achieved; or
  • by seeking to build on, rather than imitate, the lessons that can be learned from their predecessors and contemporaries.

The ninth annual St Bride Library conference will celebrate the work of all those who have chosen to do things differently. Why not join us to broaden your own thinking and find out how you might do things differently yourself.

Speakers include

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St Bride Library
Bride Lane, Fleet Street
London EC4Y 8EE
United Kingdom

telephone   020 7353 4660   outside the UK   +44 20 7353 4660
fax 020 7583 7073 outside the UK +44 20 7583 7073
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  • £120 full-price (£90 Friends of St Bride Library)
  • Concessions £50 (£35 Friends of St Bride Library) for full-time students and over-60s
  • Bonus: If you’re not a Friend we will include membership in the price of your ticket

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