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Milwaukee: The Eisner Museum of Advertising and Design presents Typo: An Exhibition of Typography. The exhibit was created with the Type Directors Club of New York, and includes winning designs from that organization's annual international competition. Information: (414) 203-0371, www.eisnermuseum.org.

Deadline: Applications to Adhouse Winter/Spring session due. Adhouse classes are taught by industry professionals such as Greg DiNoto of DiNoto Lee, Mikal Reich of Mad Dogs & Englishmen, and Gerry Graf of BBDO. Information: (212) 243-7334, email: adhouse@inch.com.

New York: The Robin Rice Gallery hosts an exhibition of photography by John Dolan. Dolan has recently worked on advertising for a variety of clients including Lexus, The Gap, and AT&T. The Rice Gallery is located at 325 West 11th St in New York. Information: (212)366-6660, www.nystyle/rice.

Los Angeles: The Directors Guild of America hosts the 53rd Annual awards dinner, which will include winners in TV, film, and commercials. Hungry Man's Bryan Buckley received the big prize last year. Information: Laraine Savelle, (310) 286-2038, Fax: (310) 289-5398.

San Jose: The Game Developers Conference hosts a forum for game development professionals with lectures, panels, and technology demonstrations. Information: (310) 477-4647, www.gdconf.com, email: gdc@bhimpact.com.

New York: The Ad Club of New York hosts the ANDY awards. Winners will be announced in all categories; the recipient of the grand prize, the Grandy, wins $50,000. Information: (212) 533-1570, www.andyawards.com.

Las Vegas: The National Association of Broadcasters hosts NAB2001: The Convergence Marketplace. The conference explores the convergence of broadcasting, multimedia and the Internet, audio and video communications. Information: www.nab.org/conventions/nab2001.

New York: Advertising Women of New York presents the Lifetime Achievement award dinner honoring Leslie Winthrop, Managing Partner of AAR/Bob Wolf Partners. Dinner is held at the Union League Club, 38 East 37th St. Information: (212) 221-7969, email: awny@awny.org.

New York: American Institute of Graphic Arts hosts DFTV.002:AIGA Conference on Design for Film and Television. The conference focuses on the role of design in television and film and exhibits the work of acclaimed designers and directors. Information: Alice Twemlow, e-mail: programs@aiga.org.

Beverly Hills: Magazine Publishers of America hosts the 20th annual MPA Kelly Awards. The award show is held at the Regent Beverly in Beverly Hills, California. Information: Donna Stokes, (212)872-3730, www.kellyawards.org.

New York: The One Club hosts the One Show festival, culminating in the One Show awards on the final evening honoring the best work in print, television, and interactive advertising. The festival includes an exhibit of the best in European advertising as well as a competition for young creatives. Information: (212) 979-1900, www.oneclub.com/oneshow.

Call For Entries Deadlines

February 16 Deadline for entries, Association of Independent Commercials Producers. Commercials may be submitted for consideration in various categories including Humor, Editorial, Dialogue and Animation. Information: (212) 475-2600, email: info@aicp.com.

February 28 Deadline for entries, Financial Communications Society, for the 2001 Portfolio Awards honoring creative financial advertising. Information: (800) 327-2927, e-mail: portfolio@businessweek.com.

March 12 Deadline for Kelly Awards entries, the prizes given out by the Magazine Publishers of America. The Kelly Awards honor excellence in magazine advertising. The grand prize winner receives $100,000. Information: Donna Stokes, (212) 872-3730, www.kellyawards.org.

March 22 All entries must be received for HOW magazine's 14th annual self-promotion design competition. All work created to promote the designer, his or her company, or a client's image in 2000 is eligible. Information: Fax (513) 531-0798, www.howdesign.com, email: competitions@fwpubs.com.

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