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[BKARTS] Typecon program announced



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BUFFALO, NY, JUNE 7, 2002 - The Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA)
has published detailed information regarding its program for TypeCon2002. To
be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 12-14, the fourth annual event is
presented by SOTA and The Type Club of Toronto.

The conference website, located at http://www.typecon2002.com, now features
a detailed timeline of programming and social activities. The timeline also
lists topics and participants scheduled for each session. Additional
speakers have also been added to the lineup. TypeCon2002 includes three full
days of workshops, presentations, panel discussions and other activities
designed for type and graphic design professionals, students and other
aficionados of the communication arts.

TypeCon2002 will take place at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown
Toronto. Discounted hotel room rates are available to conference attendees.
Please visit the conference website for details.

TypeCon2002 is the annual event of the not-for-profit Society of Typographic
Aficionados, an international organization dedicated to the promotion,
study, and support of typography and related arts. Secure conference
registration and further information is available at
http://www.typecon2002.com, or by email at mailto:info@typecon2002.com. For
more information about SOTA, please visit the website at
http://www.typesociety.org, or email mailto:info@typesociety.org.

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