Korean Typography Workshop Hosted by Have & Hold Design + Fritz K. Park

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Date: Sunday, January 26, 2020
Time: 1:30-4:00 pm

Cost: $35.00 via Eventbrite link below

Hosted by Have & Hold Design + Fritz K. Park 
@haveandholddesign @seoulbruthanumbakyung

What better way to start off a crystal clear year than to dive into something totally new? Hangul is the written language of Korea, the little country that could. Find out more about this unique writing system, how it works, and how it forms the backbone of Korean pop culture. We'll begin with your name and how to write it in Hangul, introducing you to the modular/block system. Then we will build our own elements to create a unique one-of-a-kind script based on Hangul's writing system. Throughout, you will be introduced to the culture of Korea and its rich history surrounding Hangul. No prior experience required, just inquisitive minds and fun-loving attitudes. Oh~Hangul-themed prizes will be given! 

Topics to be covered:

  • Advent of Hangul
  • Hangul as a Modular Writing System
  • Korean Type Design Basics
  • Hangul in Pop Culture

Also included:

  • Loot bag of workshop goodies
  • 10% shopping discount at Paper Plus Cloth
  • Coffee, tea, and treats while you work on your project

***No refunds available once purchased, so please make sure you will be available for the date and location mentioned in this listing, however the seat is transferable***

Instructor:
Fritz K. Park studied Communication Design at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design at Milwaukee WI., USA (BFA) and received his MFA in Design Management at Hongik-IDAS in Seoul, Korea. He is a graphic designer and teacher. He was editor for Hiut, a journal on Korean typography (2012-2015) and served on the committee of KST (Korean Society of Typography) as well as KSBDA (Korea Society of Basic Design & Art). He has presented papers, participated in panel discussions on Hangul at ATyPI (Association Typographique International) and the KST among others.

He lives in downtown Toronto with his wife and three sons. Two of which are of the feline variety. 

HOW TO SIGN UP:

Visit - koreantype.eventbrite.com




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