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Paris speaker and program updates

First speakers revealed

ATypI Paris, our long-awaited return to in-person events, is also our first hybrid conference. The Paris program will feature more than 100 speakers from the international type community. Mark your calendars for May 9–14, 2023, when the Sorbonne Campus Jussieu becomes the epicenter of the type world.

Speaker notifications and confirmations are still ongoing. Additional speakers will be announced in the next few days. Biographical details on speakers and descriptions of their sessions will be available on the website soon. Check back here and follow along on social media for the latest updates about ATypI Paris.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Agyei Archer
  • Eben Sorkin
  • Borna Izadpanah
  • Carine Vadet-Perrot
  • César Puertas
  • Chorong Kim
  • Seulki Kim
  • Héctor Mangas
  • Peter Bilak
  • Cyrus Highsmith
  • Dan Rhatigan
  • Daniel Escudeiro
  • Fernando Caro
  • Henrique Nardi
  • Fernando Mello
  • Juan Villanueva
  • Jérémie Hornus
  • Just van Rossum
  • Laura Chessin
  • Leonardo Vázquez Conde
  • Lynne Yun
  • Maria Montes
  • Morgane Pierson
  • Nada Abdallah
  • Nicholas Waguespack
  • Petra Dočekalová
  • Samuel Čarnoký
  • Shotaro Nakano
  • Filip Paldia
  • Seryozha Rasskazov
  • Sina Fakour
  • Sofie Beier
  • Lena Weber
  • Sophia Tai
  • Jinhee Kim 
  • Suhyun Lee
  • Toshi Omagari
  • Wen Wang
  • Zhao Liu

ATypI Paris program overview

ATypI Paris 2023 is an event devoted to everything related to type design and typography. The conference will feature presentations, panels, workshops, tours, demos, exhibitions, type walks, discussions, and opportunities for networking and socializing.

Primary venue: Sorbonne Pierre et Marie Curie/Campus Jussieu, 5th arr., Latin Quarter.

Conference week: Tuesday–Sunday, May 9–14, 2023

Workshops, tours, and other optional small-group activities: Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday

Check-in/registration and opening night: Wednesday afternoon/evening, May 10, 2023

Core program/general session: Thursday–Saturday, May 11–13, 2023

Hours: The conference program will run from approximately 8:00 am to 7:00 pm Central European Summer Time/CEST (Paris local time). Additional events may be held in the evening hours on certain days.

This event will be presented in person as long as health/governmental restrictions permit. The primary language of the conference is English, but speakers may present in their native language(s) or another language of preference with translation or subtitles.