Supervised Bindery Access @ LCBA
We’ve added two days (four sessions) of Supervised Bindery Access to our calendar in March.
A chance for people to work on independent projects in the LCBA bindery with advice and guidance from experts.
Supervised Bindery Access is perfect for people who have taken either bookbinding or foilblocking workshops at LCBA in the past. You can revisit skills that you learned in a previous workshop and create your own work from start to finish. There will be an expert on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
Tools and equipment will be available for use and we will have materials available for purchase.
We encourage those interested to email us at email@example.com to see if the session is right for their project.
To find out more, and for bookings please follow the links below.
Supervised Bindery Access
16 March 2014, 11am to 1pm
16 March 2014, 2 to 6pm
30 March 2014, 11am to 1pm
30 March 2014, 2 to 6pm
It’s a Book
Independent Publishing Fair
15th of March 2014
10 AM – 9 PM
Also available in the LCBA Shop - and soon available online - is a new 11 colour letterpress print by Makoto Yamada. Printed at the LCBA letterpress studio in an edition of 30.
Some new books in the LCBA Shop including Occasional Papers' newest title, Seeing Things: Collected Writings on Art, Craft and Design by Allison Britton.
A Good Book – an online collection of books personally chosen based on a broad criteria to try to figure out what makes a book ‘a good book.’
An upcoming talk with artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz and Elinor Jansz from Four Corners Books. Chaimowicz is the artist behind the new edition of Madame Bovary published by Four Corners.
Open Talks: Marc Camille Chaimowicz
Thursday 13 Feb 2014 at Clore Studio and Wilson Road Lecture Hall
open―talks is a new series of talks conceived by the South London Gallery and Camberwell College of Arts. For its first iteration artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz discusses his work for the new edition of Flaubert’s classic novel Madame Bovary with Elinor Jansz from Four Corners Books. Comprising photographs, collages and found objects, this edition of Madame Bovary chronicles Emma Bovary’s attempts to escape the banalities of provincial life.
The talk is accompanied by a one-day presentation of objects and ephemera relating to the project and printed material produced by Camberwell Press.
open―talks, together with related publications and displays, offer an alternative curriculum that synthesizes the current interests and research focus of both institutions. Speakers are invited whose practice and research is seen as groundbreaking and of particular contemporary resonance and the talks will bring a selection of esteemed international speakers from the arts and cultural field to South London.