Saturday, 19 June 2010

comic workshops - June

I'll be running some comic book workshops at the Gallery North Artists' Book Fair next weekend (26th June).

Here's all the other great stuff happening as part of the fair:

Artists’ Book Fair, Gallery North 26 June, 11 - 5pm. Gallery North presents national and international Artists' Book Makers to the region to sell and promote their work directlyto the public. An accompanying series of drop in workshops and demonstrations will also take place. www.northumbria.ac.uk/gallerynorth

2-4pmPrint your own hand made book with established Visual Artist Victoria Paisley.

12-4pmDemonstrations in hand-sewn head bands, gold tooling and stitching.All places are free, but must be booked.

15 June - 5 July, Newcastle's Lit & Phil will be hosting an exhibition of Artists' Booksfrom the University of West of England (UWE) Centre for Fine Print Research. www.litandphil.org.uk

29 June, 6 - 7.30pm, Loftus Room, Lit & Phil.Mick Wootton, Lecturer in Print at Northumbria University and established artist’s book maker will be giving a talk on collaborations, the development of Artist’s Books and current trends in bookmaking. To book a place, contact library@litandphil.org.uk Lucy May Schofield will be working with Gateshead Council with her Bibliotherapy stall and a community initiative group. www.bibliotherapyartistsbooklibrary.blogspot.com

Touring exhibition of books produced by students &lecturers at the CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Art). This collection will be on display during theArtists’ Book Fair at Gallery North and will be on show at 25sg, Newcastle 20th June during whichtime visitors will have the chance to handle the work and take part in a 'Show & Tell' event withother artist's book makers.

To coincide with Gallery North Artist's Book Fair Yvette Hawkins' solo show 'All the booksI have never finished' will be showing at The Gallery of Wonder, Newcastle University until 9 July 2010.

For more info or to book your place on nay of the courses/workshops contact: theresaDOTeastonATnorthumbriaDOTacDOTuk

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