Mark Noad is the Chair of the Letter Exchange and has over 25 years experience working for leading design consultancies internationally. He has exhibited in many Letter Exchange exhibitions and is well known for his alternative design for the London Underground map www.london-tubemap.com
Mark Frith is a letter cutter and stone carver and has run his own practice in South London for over 25 years. His commissioned projects range from sundials to inscriptions, including the Language Pillar at the Tibetan Peach Garden in London. Mark is also Honorary Secretary of Letter Exchange.
Together they will discuss the exhibition at the Crafts Study Centre and the state of contemporary lettering and design.
Tickets are £5.00 and must be booked in advance.
Reception from 5.30pm until 6.00pm
In Conversation from 6.00pm until 7.00pm
Booking via the Crafts Study Centre in person or by calling 01252 891450