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We The People Are The Work: Bitesize talk with Alan Qualtrough

15 Nov 2017

Event times

1pm - 1.40pm

Cost of entry

Free, no need to book

Plymouth Arts Centre

Plymouth
Devon, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • Royal Parade, where many buses, terminate is a short walk away and Bretonside bus station is adjacent
  • Plymouth station is a 15 minute walk away

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Former Western Morning News and Evening Herald editor Alan Qualtrough is now working as a designer and running Kiss & Bite Press, a letterpress studio in Plymouth.

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Former Western Morning News and Evening Herald editor Alan Qualtrough is now working as a designer and running Kiss & Bite Press, a letterpress studio in Plymouth. Their 2017 programme, ‘Stand Up & Be Printed’ has taken Kiss & Bite’s work out on tour, running workshops across the city, printing political posters. For this Bite Size talk Alan will discuss the changing landscape for print media and how he has been engaging young people with non-digital communication.

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