See you in Toronto in 2015!

The next location for the Libre Graphics Meeting will be Toronto, Canada. In 2016, LGM is welcome in London, UK (dates to be confirmed). So, we hope to see many of you in Toronto at the end of April 2015.

Photowalk details

The photowalk held by Patrick David is on Tuesday, April 1.  We will start at 09:30 and will finish at 13:30 so that some of the participants will be able to attend the tour at the Printing Arts Museum. We will meet everyone in front of the Paulinum:–?m= The plan is to be walking…

Movie Night Details!

The details for the Movie Night have been set! Come join us on Wednesday, April 2nd from 8-10pm as we screen multiple short films including some that were made with Blender! We will be screening these films at Passage Kinos in the WINTERGARTEN theater (approx. 650m from the University). Passage Kinos Betriebs GmbH Hainstraße 19a…

Last Day for Pre/Post Activities Signup!

Today is the last day to sign up for the Pre/Post activities we have planned for this year! On Tuesday, April 1st we have a photowalk around the city (estimated start time 10:00am in front of the Paulinum – finishing at 1:30pm) as well as a visit to the Museum of Printing Arts for a…


Ocean Blue

Less than two weeks before LGM2014 starts … and waiting for your are 250 high-quality ocean blue T-shirts in the size of your choice. Only 10 euros!


Call for slides: State of Libre Graphics

The first presentation event in this years LGM program is ‘state of Libre Graphics’ A common update for many of the projects across our Libre Graphics community. This frees up room in the schedule for deeper topics or fresh projects; while still giving us a chance to know what has been going on in various…

Valentina Pattern Example

Fashion Design Freedom – Valentina

While freedom in digital graphic design is a primary topic at Libre Graphics Meeting, applications outside the digital world are also fascinating to see! So there will be an opportunity to hear about (and hack with) the fashion pattern design tool Valentina this year. Susan Spencer Conklin first brought up the topic of free software…