Not only is The Library of Lost Books exhibition open now at the Library of Birmingham, but they are doing some brilliant bookmaking workshops.
If you are interested in Book Art and are in the Birmingham area you should certainly check them (and the exhibition) out! You can read more about the workshops, and book a place, here.
There are some lovely images of some of the work on show on the BBC website.
The Library of Lost Books
Celebrating the beauty and magic of books through art
6 – 24 November, The Pavilion, Library of Birmingham
Guidance: Everyone welcome.
I’m excited and pleased to be invited to participate in a day long residency and exhibition as part of 21 Artists’ London project in a disused building in Blackfriars. There are some really interesting things happening by 21 different artists over the next month there- if you’d like to know more, you can check out the schedule here: http://twentyoneartists.com/schedule-2/.
My featured day is on the 15th May, when I’ll be in the space drawing portraits, and discussing the idea of identity. If you’d like to take part (I am looking for participants for portraits) either on the day (in London) or in advance (via email) please get in touch by emailing me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The finished work will be exhibited on the 21st May, and I’ll post it to my site as soon as, afterwards.
30th May to 8th June 2013
The Mile End Art Pavilion, Clinton Road, London E3 4QY
For further information, visit: http://www.mixed-other-art.net/Parallax_Exhibition_2013.html