THREE EVENTS AT HULL CENTRAL LIBRARY:
EXHIBITION, 3–22 SEPTEMBER
Between the Borders, Libita Clayton, Theresa Easton, Jacob V Joyce, Rudy Loewe and Nick Norton.
Focusing on issues of slavery and colonialism, sex and gender, freedom of information, protest and censorship Beyond Words presents the idea of freedom as part of a process of public dialogue, ongoing struggle, a rejection of the proprietary understanding of art and language, and a celebration of the challenges that artists can make to the status quo.
The artists have been commissioned from open call to produce DIY publications, zines, pamphlets, chapbooks and other small-scale printed matter. They all use publishing to further their artistic and activist projects, exploring freedoms exercised or yet to be obtained today in relation to historical reverberations.
For opening times and visitor information: WWW.HCANDL.CO.UK/LIBRARIES
ART BOOK FAIR, SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 12.00–5.30PM
Visitors are invited to discover a whole new world of artists work and creativity, to learn about making books and zines, and to discuss issues the artists experience in their practice.
Exhibitors include: AK Press, Alma Matters, Between the Borders, Behind the X, Book Works, Café Royal Books, Synchronise Witches, COPY, Dead Trees and Dye, Esther McManus, Footprint Worker’s Co-op, Ground Arts, Jacob V Joyce, Libita Clayton, Nick Norton, OOMK, Psykick Dancehall, Publication Studio London, Rudy Loewe, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Soof Andry, Strike! Magazine, Theresa Easton, The Warren Youth Project, Wrecking Ball Press, Yellow Back Books.
BETWEEN THE BORDERS WORKSHOP
SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 2.00–4.00PM
Between the Borders, a group of people with and without citizenship in the UK, invite you to bring along your stories and images to join a creative collage workshop on the themes of freedom and movement.
BOOK WORKS – INTRODUCTION TO SIMPLE BOOKBINDING
SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER: TWO WORKSHOPS AT 1.00–2.30PM AND 4.00–5.30PM
Ina Baumeister from Book Works studio invites you to make your own single and double section booklets in this practical workshop that acts as an introduction to simple bookbinding techniques. All materials will be provided, no previous experience needed.
Open to all adults and young people 16+.
Workshops are free, but please call Hull Central Library on 01482 210000 to reserve a place.