The Modern Magazine, tomorrow
We’re just about set for tomorrow’s Modern Magazine conference. The speakers are arriving from Venice, Barcelona, New York, Berlin and even London, their presentations are being linked together and signs posted around CSM.
If you have a ticket you’ll be receiving full details about registration later via email, but for now here’s some basic information to help you plan.
Registration takes place from 9am at the main atrium entrance to Central Saint Martin’s, and talks will start at 930am sharp.
The magCulture pop-up shop will be open for the day selling some of the magazines involved, as well as copies of ‘The Modern Magazine’ book, our project in support of Bob Newman My Favo(u)rite Magazine, and even, remarkably, the magazine record of the Making Magazines 2012 event, hot off the press. Please note the shop can only accept cash.
For those unable to make it, design writer and editor Sarah Snaith will be live blogging here all day (do make her welcome) and The Stack will have plenty of coverage this Saturday.
This map (after the jump) shows you where to come from King’s Cross station (click image to enlarge).
9.30 Introduction by Jeremy Leslie
9.45 Omar Sosa, Apartamento
10.15 Independent 01 – Rosa Park, Cereal
10.30 Tyler Brûlé, Monocle
11.30 Independent 02 – Simon Esterson, Eye
11.45 Justine Picardie, Harper’s Bazaar
12.15 Panel discussion 01 – Women's magazines, featuring Justine Picardie, Liz Ann Bennett (Oh Comely), Debbi Evans (Libertine) and Penny Martin (The Gentlewoman). Chaired by Kati Krause.
14.00 Independent 03 – Davey Spens, Boat
14.15 Patrick Waterhouse, Colors
14.45 Independent 04 – Cathy Olmedillas, Anorak
15.00 Paul Barnes, Commercial Type
15.45 Independent 05 - David Jacobs, 29th Street
16.00 Panel discussion 02 – Independent magazines, featuring the five independent speakers from the day. Chaired by Steve Watson.
16.45 Scott King, Sink Vogue
17.00 Richard Turley, Bloomberg Businessweek