Small Publishing Seminar (Third Session: Content)
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About The Event
SMALL PUBLISHING SEMINAR
THIRD SESSION: CONTENT
Free and open to only 10 UAL students*
Venue: Camberwell Learning Zone
Date: Friday, 11 May 2018 from 4 to 7 pm
As part of ‘Small Publishing Unfair!’ an exhibition at Camberwell College of Arts Library from 30 April – 21 May 2018, join us for this seminar with Editorial Facsimile, you can attend only one session but it is highly recommended to attend all the seminar.
We will study what it is a content in publishing.
We will have a look at some artists’ books from EF Special Collections.
We will propose and develop a content for a small edition.
We will end with a small edition.
Part one: 50 minutes
Introduction and sharing artists’ books.
Brainstorming and conversation about the edition
Break time: 10 minutes
Part two: 100 minutes
Sketching and develop the content.
Manufacture and evaluation of the small edition.
Conversation: 20 minutes
Every student must bring its own sketchbook, notebook or reflective journal. We will share materials but if you have some of the following, please bring them: Cutter, pencil, stapler, eraser, cutting board, bone folder, ruler.
* Booking essential via http://EditorialFacsimile.eventbrite.com/ or www.editorialfacsimile.com/events This academic event is supported by University of Guadalajara.
* With special thanks to Camberwell College of Arts Library, University of the Arts London to loan for this exhibition: Hiller, S. (2008) Auras : homage to Marcel Duchamp and Levitations : homage to Yves Klein. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts - Fo(u)ndlings 1978 : an exhibition of 'found' art. (1978) London: Coracle Press - Ruscha, E. (1972) Edward Ruscha (Ed-werd Rew-shay) young artist. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
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