Book Works Workshop

Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA

0117 917 2300
[email protected]

Saturday 12 September 2015
10am - 5pm
Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm Tuesday - Sunday
Admission Fee: ?30
Booking essential

Staff from Book Works will be leading a workshop introducing new techniques for students of any age.
Established in 1984, Book Works stand as one of the most innovative and important voices in artist bookmaking today.
They specialise in studio workshops, helping to create limited edition and unique projects with artists and designers. They are dedicated to supporting new work by both emerging and established artists.
Led by staff from Book Works, this bookbinding workshop at Arnolfini will focus on different techniques, helping students of any age to learn new skills and develop their own projects. You do not need any prior experience to take part.
The workshop will run from 10am – 5pm with a one hour break for lunch. Maximum 12 participants.
Richard Long: TIME AND SPACE
This event accompanies the major exhibition TIME AND SPACE by Richard Long at Arnolfini, that explores the artist's enduring relationship with the landscape of Bristol and the South West – a starting point for so many of his iconic works. This exhibition will bring together recreations of previous important works and entirely new commissions, both in the gallery and on The Downs, where the artist spent much of his childhood. A programme of events accompanies the exhibition and offsite commission, including walks, talks and conversations, family events, screenings and performances

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