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Eric Gill Conference Schedule

Eric Gill & the Guild of St. Dominic

        Conference Schedule
        17 - 19 November 2000
        University of Notre Dame

        The conference is free

Friday  17 November 2000
107 Hesburgh Library

4:00 pm Hilary Pepler & the St. Dominic's Press
        by Michael Taylor
        Bookseller & author, Norfolk, England. Compiled with Brocard Sewell
        Saint Dominic's Press: a Bibliography 1916-1937

5:00 pm Exhibition Opening Reception
        102 Hesburgh Library Special Collections

        The Hound, the Cock, & the Monk :
        A tale of the St. Dominic's Press, the Golden Cockerel Press,
        & the Career of Eric Gill

Saturday  18 November 2000
The Snite Museum of Art

9:30 am Gill & Gibbings: a creative collaboration and friendship
        by Martin Andrews
        Lecturer in Typography & Graphic Communication
        at the University of Reading, England

10:30   The Type Design of Eric Gill
        by Robin Nicholas
        Director of Type Development
        Agfa-Monotype Corporation, Surrey England.

lunch break

1:30 pm Philip Hagreen's response to Eric Gill as a Catholic Artist
        by Lottie Hoare, London
        Arts writer & author of the forthcoming book
        Philip Hagreen: Sceptic & Craftsman.

2:30 pm The Sacred & Profane in the sculpture of Eric Gill
        by Judith Collins
        Curator of 20th-Century British art at the Tate Gallery, London,
        & author of Eric Gill : The Sculpture.

3:30 pm Discussion panel with ND faculty
        Professors Dennis Doordan, Rev James Flanigan CSC,
        Meredith Gill, John Sherman, & others

5:00 pm Exhibition Opening Reception
        The Snite Museum of Art
        Eric Gill & the Guild of St. Dominic

Sunday  19 November 2000
Moreau Seminary

10:00   Closing Mass
        Presided by Rev John Hagreen

For more information please see:


or contact:

John F Sherman
Department of Art, Art History & Design
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana   46556 5639

219 631 7175  office


219 631 7602  department office
219 631 6312  department fax

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