Wendy Lagden, an ex-aircraft engineer in the Royal Navy who was discharged with MS in 2005, is the first person to gain a City & Guilds Level 3 Bookbinding qualification set up by Bound by Veterans and funded by The Printing Charity. She earned a distinction and was presented with her Diploma by Captain Alison Towler of the Royal Navy, President of the Association of Wrens, at a special event recently.
Designer Bookbinders’ Transferring Design initiative funded by The Printing Charity gains momentum
Following Designer Bookbinders’ launch of its Transferring Design initiative and four successful introductory pilots promoting the craft of bookbinding, Designer Bookbinder Fellow, Mark Cockram, recently ran a follow-up, three-day workshop at Lincoln College of Art and Design, supported with funding from The Printing Charity.
The Printing Charity funds Designer Bookbinders’ Transferring Design initiative promoting the craft of bookbinding
The Printing Charity is funding Designer Bookbinders’ new initiative, Transferring Design, to help promote bookbinding and bookbinding tuition. The initiative’s aim is to increase the number of students taking up the craft and entering the profession.
A record 93 winners were presented with their Print Futures Awards on 24 July at a reception at the House of Lords kindly hosted by Lord Black of Brentwood, Deputy Chairman of the Telegraph Media Group and President Emeritus of The Printing Charity.
The Printing Charity is making a final call for entries to this year’s Print Futures Awards, which are grants of up to £1,500 open to UK residents aged 18 to 30 years, supporting workplace skills and routes into employment in the UK printing, paper, packaging, publishing, and graphic arts sector.
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