Typographic Circle launches student programme

From this month, the Typographic Circle will be running a series of evening events for its student members aimed at inspiring and informing the next generation of creatives and designers

From this month, the Typographic Circle will be running a series of evening events for its student members aimed at inspiring and informing the next generation of creatives and designers

The student programme was set up by BETC London head of design Louise Sloper. The events are aimed at helping students “prepare for the creative industry and highlight the amazing roles and exciting opportunities that are out there”. According to Sloper, “These will be smaller, more intimate sessions [than the regular Typo Circle talks] with leading industry figures, to give you a chance to ask questions, interact and learn from the best.”

Speakers over the coming months will include Mark Denton, The Partners and Alison Carmichael but the programme will begin with a session with Charity Charity, the ex-Executive Worldwide Creative Director at JWT, Global Creative Director at EuroRSCG and Saatchi & Saatchi who will talk about creative inspiration.

Tickets are £8 and are for Typographic Circle student members only, available here. Details on membership here.

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