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Today! at Hull Central Library as part of the Freedom Festival Hull with Book Works & James Reckitt Library Trust nearly 30 small press publishers, zine makers, artists and book makers have come together for this day long book fair.

The launch of Beyond Words  project took place in the gallery space at the library Friday evening with the artists, including myself giving a short introduction to their publication.  Artists presenting work include Between the Borders, Jacob V Joyce, Nick Norton, Rudy Loewe and Libita Clayton.  The exhibition continues until 22nd September.

Today’s book fair is an excellent opportunity to meet the artists and engage  directly with artists making a  wide variety of book related material.  Between the Borders will be running a FREE zine workshop and Book Works plan to introduce simple bookbinding workshops in two FREE workshops.

Libita Clayton 1

Libita Clayton

sketch books 1

Theresa Easton – sketch books

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nick Norton

Nick Norton

Beyond Words_eflyer

Nick Norton

Nick Norton

Theresa Easton - Broadsides

Theresa Easton – Broadsides

Theresa Easton - Broadsides using responses to questions provided by visitors to the library.

Theresa Easton – Broadsides using responses to questions provided by visitors to the library.

Detail - Beyond Borders

Detail – Between the Borders

Rudy Loewe reading from her publication

Rudy Loewe reading from her publication

Libita Clayton - performance/reading

Libita Clayton – performance/reading

Jacob V Joyce presenting his publication

Jacob V Joyce presenting his publication

Beyond Borders detail

Between the Borders exhibition detail

Mind map

Mind map

Jacob V Joyce

Jacob V Joyce

Rudy Loewe

Rudy Loewe

Beyond Borders

Between the Borders

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