Sat, Mar 17 | The Congregational Chapel

SoB Book Arts Day 2018

The main aim of the day is to increase the knowledge of Book Arts amongst members and to encourage dialogues, and collaborative networking between Book Artists and Bookbinders.
Registration is Closed
SoB Book Arts Day 2018

Time & Location

Mar 17, 2018, 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
The Congregational Chapel, Kelly St, London NW1 8PG, UK

About The Event

SoB Book Arts Day 2018

(£10 members SoB, £15 non-members)

10:30 – 4pm with a brief break for lunch and held at The Congregational Chapel, Kelly Street, Kentish Town, London NW1 8PH (Map) Access and limited parking via Church Avenue, off of Kentish Town Road.

Tea and coffee are available throughout the day and there are local cafés and sandwich shops within a few minutes’ walk.

The main aim of the day is to increase the knowledge of Book Arts amongst members and to encourage dialogues, and collaborative networking between Book Artists and Bookbinders.

The day will comprise:

 An illustrated talk by Book Artist Tracey Bush, winner of the J Hewit and Sons Award for Excellence in Design in the 2017 International Bookbinding Competition, of The Society of Bookbinders.

A book arts fair presenting a variety of emerging and established book artists (many works will be for sale).

Demonstrations by a selection of the exhibiting artists.

 A mini exhibition of Sónia Serrão’s personal collection of artists’ books collected over the last 20 years.

Tracey Bush launched her first artists’ book, in 1995, ‘The Lost Rivers of London‘ at the London Artists’ Book Fair. She has exhibited regularly since then, and has most recently exhibited at the Small Publisher’s Fair in London. In 2014 Tracey’s work was featured in the museum show ‘Of Green Leaf, Bird and Flower, Artists’ Books and the Natural World’ at the Yale Centre for British Art (with catalogue). Tracey will talk about one of the series of works featured in this exhibition: ‘Nine Wild Plants‘. In 2016 Tracey was invited by Danny Aldred to be an artist in residence at the Publisher Hub at Winchester School of Art. This led to the creation of the artists’ book ‘Dusk‘ based on an A-Z of British Moths. ‘Dusk’ won the J Hewit and Sons Award for Excellence in Design (Complete Book) in the 2017 International Bookbinding Competition, of The Society of Bookbinders. Tracey will talk about the development of the form and concept of this publication. Tracey studied Illustration at BA level, then a Fine Art Printmaking MA at Camberwell College of Arts and Crafts in 1993-95. During this course she began to work with artists’ books and afterwards studied bookbinding with Nesta Davies at Bolt Court in London.

Registration is Closed

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