Join us for the Cleveland premiere of Graphic Means: A History of Graphic Design Production.
This documentary explores how graphic design production was accomplished before the advent of the desktop computer almost three decades ago. From the 1950s and into the 1990s, it took some ingenious analog machines and skilled hands, to marry images and type on meticulously prepared paste-up boards that were delivered to the printer. This fascinating overview by art instructor Briar Levit remembers this vanished moment in design history.
Tickets can be purchased in advance through the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque
or in person at the Cinematheque box office.
AIGA Cleveland members can take advantage of the special members discount. Just select the member's ticket option during purchase.
This screening co-sponsored by Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group (CDPUG), and the Northern Ohio Illustrators Society (NOIS).
Thursday, August 31, 2017
6:45 - 8:15 PM
Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque
Peter B. Lewis Theater
11610 Euclid Ave.
Non Members: $10
Free parking for filmgoers in Lot 73 and in the Institute Annex Lot, both accessed from E. 117th Street off Euclid Avenue.