Papercraft: Story Book Gloves

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Jennifer Collier – Papercraft workshop
Saturday 30th November
2-4.30pm
Heritage learning Room – Library of Birmingham
FREE
Ages 16+

Join Discovery Trail artist Jennifer Collier in creating your own Story Book Gloves. Bring along your favorite story book to be upcycled into a pair of beautiful handmade gloves – you will have a choice of three styles
of gloves to choose from and will use Jennifer’s trade mark experimental techniques to create these.

Materials will be provided but please bring your own books/paper for personalising.

Places are free and likely to be oversubscribed. Please book in advance and notify us if you are subsequently unable to attend.

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Harvesting Stories: Food & Film

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A public picnic alongside the Sunday Film Club celebrating great British holidaying.

Part of the Harvesting Stories project, celebrating the cultural diversity of 21st century Birmingham through its food.

Part of the Discovery season

 

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Harvesting Stories: Food & Stories

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Between 12-4pm in the Book Rotunda Feng-Ru Lee will be making ‘Secret Dumplings’ and invites you to write a secret on edible paper which will then be made into delicious dumplings for you to eat.

We’re delighted to welcome National Storytelling Laureate Katrice Horsley to perform Spiced Tales of Brum (2-3pm in the Studio Theatre). This hour-long performance will weave together tales, stories and recipes collected at the ‘Harvesting Stories’ workshops that took place in community centres and libraries throughout Birmingham during summer 2013. It’s completely free, you can book in advance at www.birmingham-box.co.uk

From 12-4pm, our food-artist in residence Lizzy Bean will be erecting her Serbian cooking range on the  3rd Floor Terrace – join her for mulled spiced apple juice and some delicious gingerbread for you to decorate (and eat).

Part of the Harvesting Stories project, celebrating the cultural diversity of 21st century Birmingham through its food.

Part of the Discovery season

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Harvesting Stories: Food & Play

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Join us this Sunday from 12-4pm in the Library of Birmingham for Harvesting Stories where members of the public are invited to bring a picnic and join in a range of family-friendly, food-related activities.

Together with the Hippodrome we will be hosting a RED PICNIC at 1-1.30pm on 3rd Floor terrace area. They will be joined by some extra special guests – the Reds – and also the wonderful Katrice Horsley ( National Storytelling Laureate ) who’ll be there with her ‘Wagon Full of Wonder Tales’.

We invite you to B:READ by food-artist in residence Lizzy Bean on the superbly appointed 3rdFloor garden terrace at the library. Come and spell out your reaction to our new library in alphabet dough balls.

And there’s more…Small World Animation will be hosting a stop-frame animation workshop in the Children’s Library where visitors can help to create an edible alphabet.

Part of the Harvesting Stories project, celebrating the cultural diversity of 21st century Birmingham through its food.

Part of the Discovery season

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Self Portrait Birmingham

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The life-blood of a community is its people, and no one knows this better than photographer Brian Homer. Brian is enthusiastic about recording locality through self-portraits, and is giving Birmingham the opportunity to celebrate its homegrown individuals. Brian developed the Birmingham Self Portrait project, with the aim of capturing each Brummie’s personality, and creating a snapshot of contemporary life. The shutter release cable (a remote controlled camera switch) is designed to aid the subject in portraying themselves in the light they desire. His rationale is visible when he says ‘there is a clear difference to the portraits where the photographer remains in control’, wishing for every unique personality to shine, he allows people to be their own photographer.

As one of the crucial figures involved in the Handsworth self portrait project in 1979, Brian’s current version is a direct development of this project on a larger scale. The original images were stored in the city’s Central Library, so it only seems fitting that this modern day re- imagining will be introduced upon the opening of the new Library. New photographs will be taken during the Discovery Festival, and uploaded to big screens so that they can be viewed quickly after being shot. The photographs will be stored in the archives of the new library, for future generations to enjoy. As well as representing and celebrating the cultural diversity of modern Birmingham, these images hope to give an insight into modern life.

 

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

 

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Bureau of Lost Discoveries

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A suitcase and a sense of adventure go hand in hand so there is a reason that the suitcase features so prominently in film and fiction. Whether it is a box of memories, exploits, danger or just the everyday, it has the potential to be filled with a sense of wonder. Playing on this intriguing atmosphere, Scottish theatre maker Eric MacLennan has invented an installation that is both performance and art.

MacLennan’s desire to take part in the Discovery Season was so that he could create theatre in a non-theatre setting. The aim is for the viewer to experience the excitement felt when watching a performance, but in the style of a special encounter. MacLennan’s set up allows the spectator to instantly become involved in the story, and to become a character in their own personal adventure.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

 

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Discovery Trail

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Inspired by the Library of Birmingham’s most treasured works and collections, and their iconic new home, Capsule has curated a trail of art works which will lead visitors around the new building and encourage visitors to explore more of what the library has to offer. The works encompass a wide range of media, including sound, digital media, and extraordinary objects. Some are new commissions, and others we have chosen for their ability to stimulate ideas and questions about what a library can be.

Artists featured:

Laura Kate Chapman has created a series of contemporary illustrations and characters that inhabit the Children’s Library.

Matt Watkins created a new animation inspired by The Audubon Book of American Birds, thought to be the world’s most expensive book.

Serena Korda’s Library of Secrets is a mobile library conceived from the love of keeping and finding things amongst the pages of books.

Su Blackwell’s newly commissioned sculpture references the Birmingham Shakespeare Collection.

Leon Sparks has created a new piece of work using the collection of technical drawings by Boulton and Watt

Lucy McLauchlan has created a site-specific work responding to the spectacular surroundings of the Book Rotunda.

Rebecca and Katy Beinart reference Victorian era plant collectors with the piece Adaptation

Juneau Projects have created new work inspired by the Library of Birmingham’s 3rd floor terrace garden

Theatre Jukebox is an arcade-style cabinet that plays stories instead of records

Anna Francis and Andrew Branscombe have created a series of bird sculptures that are placed throughout the library

Jennifer Collier’s delicate work Paper Typewriter references recently obsolete technology and knowledge.

The Book Apothecary have created a new audio work inspired by compose Granville Bantock.

Read more detailed information on the artworks here.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Trading Post

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ESP (Extra Special People) will create their own trading show. The residency will look at themes of public space, learning, exchange and value. ESP members will use the Pavilion to exhibit new work, sell editions, organise trading events and lead public discussions and reading groups.

Come along to the Pavilion and make your offer. Dog walking for art? Haircuts for art? Baking for art?

ESP is Eastside Projects’ associate members scheme. It supports a membership of artists, designers, curators and art writers through a range of opportunties and commissions.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Museum of Mythical Creatures

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For half term week Girls Who Draw are in residency with their Museum of Mythical Creatures. The museum is a collection of magical characters, fabulous beasts and imaginary beings inspired by myths, legends and folklore from around the world. Created by illustrators Girls Who Draw, they have painted, printed, cut, drawn and even sewn an array of imaginative artwork and unusual objects to inspire, intrigue and entertain visitors of all ages. Over the last few years Girls Who Draw has evolved from a small group into a larger network including both emerging and established illustrators.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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The Haunted Screen

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The magic lantern was an important source of entertainment and edification in the nineteenth century, and its transitions and visual tricks pointed the way towards the medium that would eventually supplant it; the cinema. Birmingham produced lanterns and slides for a global market, taking an instrumental role in visual culture, which continued with the patenting of the kineograph (aka the flipbook), the production by Alexander Parkes of a celluloid prototype, and onwards into the twentieth century and cinema’s early ‘Wild West’ period. Artist Scott Johnston will use the Library’s Pumphrey slide collection as a starting point to explore early techniques of creating moving image . www.vimeo.com/filmficciones

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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The Library Project

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Haworth + Hayhoe are installing a miniature interactive library and hosting daily bookbinding workshops. Your completed book will be shelved and catalogued as part of our library, after which your book will join a growing collection that will travel the world as part of The Library Project.

You can book yourself onto a special book binding workshop every day this week, they’re totally free but advance booking is definitely recommended. There’ll also be other free, drop in activity in the Pavilion throughout their residency.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Studio Myerscough residency

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Taking up residency in the Pavilion that they designed, Studio Myerscough will present a number of print based workshops. They’re on a mission to create a new typeface, and they need your contributions.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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The Commentators

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Brought to you by theatrical provocateurs Stan’s Cafe, The Commentators will be in residence to carefully document everything they see, from the vital to the mundane.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Birmingham 2022: Provocations

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Building on the activities of Birmingham 2022, part of the Discovery season, young people will be encouraged to participate in a day of live provocations at the Library of Birmingham.Students from further education colleges including Joseph Chamberlian and Birmingham Metropolitan will explore the future of the arts in the Birmingham.

A platform for young people to showcase their unique and original ideas, these events put the thoughts and feelings of young people centre stage, allowing them to voice their opinions on contentious creative issues. Birmingham 2022 creates a platform for young people to lead the future of their city, shining a light on the thinkers that will shape the culture of tomorrow.

An end of year party invited young people for a variety of youth arts programmes to celebrate a successful year, making a distinct mark on the regional arts scene.

Birmingham 2022 was supported by mac, Ideas Tap, Birmingham Metropolitan College

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Story Meadow

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Craftspace’s residency in the Discovery Pavilion invites you to add your story to a new artwork in the library celebrating the contribution migration has made to the success of Birmingham.

Craftspace, along with lead-artist Jivan Astfalck, Shelanu: Women’s Craft Collective and MA students from the School of Jewellery are inviting visitors to contribute to an artwork which acknowledges the contribution of migration to Birmingham. Part of the library’s Discovery Season, the project will evolve over a week into a visual metaphor encompassing diverse experiences of migration to Birmingham.

Visitors will be invited to take a moment of reflection to write their experience of coming to, or being in, Birmingham on a piece of paper, in their first language. The paper will then be made into an origami flower which will become part of the ‘Story Meadow’. The stories will be shared on digital screens in the library and through social networking raising awareness of the positive contribution of migration to the city. As the week goes on the Pavilion will become home to a meadow of stories which reflect the diversity of the city.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Library of Lost Books

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An extended residency in our Pavilion series. The project was the brainchild of Birmingham based artist Susan Kruse in 2011 as a way to celebrate the move from the old Central library to the new Library of Birmingham in 2013. She assembled a collection of the library’s unwanted, damaged books and sent them to more than 40 artists and printmakers from around the UK to re-work, breathing new life into them through their interactions and interventions. Because many of the books are old, or obscure, this was a unique opportunity for artists to work with books, manuscripts, papers, typefaces and bindings that they might not otherwise have an opportunity so to do. www.thelibraryoflostbooks.blogspot.co.uk

 

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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A Vivid Projects commission from artist Cathy Wade. Carousel will be a participatory interdisciplinary work using projections within a collective immersive environment that explores ownership, time, sound and image. The public will work with the artist to experience hand held projectors or carousels, with original slides and mementos, to create ever changing projected environments that van be immediately experienced. www.vividprojects.org.uk

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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House of Beorma Archive

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Building on their project The Festival of The Rea from Supersonic Festival 2012, The Outcrowd Collective will turn the Pavilion into a museum of fictional and real archival material around ‘Beorma’ the chieftan of the Beormingas clan who are the first known Anglo-Saxon settlers and founders of Birmingham. Drawing on Benjamin Stone’s photographs of rural procession and folk celebrations – held in the Library of Birmingham’s archives – The Outcrowd will also present re-imagined celebrations and rituals to Beorma.

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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The Sound Trolley

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The Sound Trolley is a collaborative effort between David Morton and Sam Underwood, a whimsical audio creature that contains an array of electronic and acoustic sounds. It is controlled through an accessible interface and features an optical sequencer at its core; triggering sound as the trolley is pushed around on floor patterns made from vinyl. These designs will determine what sound the trolley emits when it is manoeuvred over them. It’s a playful vehicle of sonic delights, waiting to be driven by you.

The best way to experience The Sound Trolley is by having a go. Drop in and try it out, or sign up for a workshop to explore its full potential. Be treated to an extremely fun installation from a wildly unorthodox pair of artists. In the words of Sam Underwood “It’s what humans do with it that really brings it alive.”

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Vintage Sci Fi

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2arttoyguys are in residence at the Pavilion with their incredible vintage sci fi models. Taking inspiration from HG Wells, you are invited to experiment with their full size time machine model, or create your very own model using recycled material, obsolete technology and a healthy dose of imagination. There’s a pop up library of science fiction in the Pavilion during their residency too.


The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion for a week, making new work and offering a variety of free activities for Library visitors.

Each week, visitors entering the space will be treated to a different experience, ranging from interactive pieces such as audience inspired theatre and film workshops to exhibitions of sci-fi sculptures made from junk and artefacts honouring lost mythical deities. The Library’s collections and literary resources inspired much of the programme, and each residency will encourage audiences to discover something new in the Library of Birmingham.

Part of the Discovery season.

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Together We Breathe

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The Discovery season began with a magnificent performance by 100 + brass players. Encircling the crowds in the Book Rotunda, Together We Breathe brought together horns, trumpets, trombones, cornets and tubas to create a mass of sound to a huge crowd of visitors .

Sound artists Super Critical Mass have been invited by Capsule to present an innovative take on the traditional fanfare. Together We Breathe is a large-scale performance installation created by the Australian sonic arts company to celebrate the opening. The free event brings together over 100  local brass players of all ages and backgrounds, to set the tone for Europe’s largest civic building. The participants (drawn from schools, colleges and professional ensembles) will stand throughout the library, filling the air with sound as its first visitors wander through its sights and delights.

The process and performance will all be filmed for a special episode of the BBC’s Culture Show, which will air on September 11 2013

Supported by Sound and Music + PBone
Partners CBSO, Birmingham Conservatoire, Town Hall Symphony Hall, Youth Brass, Brass Band of Birmingham, Performing Arts Services

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Volume: Birmingham’s Art, Book & Print Fair

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A celebration of the very best in independent publishing, this event will include speakers, panel discussions, workshops and a fair. There’s tons going on, read the details below.

Thursday 5th December 1pm £3

Writing for Digital workshop: not losing the plot
Aimed at writers interested in the future of publishing, the workshop will address the role of the writer for digital platforms. No experience of technology required; this won’t be a technical session, rather an exploration of form and content for digital platforms.
Digital Technologies: Opportunities not Threats panel discussion
Panel discussion exploring experiments with digital technology and the possibilities they bring to publishing and writing.
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Thursday 5th December 7pm £8 / £10
Bill Drummond – Keynote Speech (12 Years, 25 Paintings, 100 Questions, & The 17)
Drummond has used various media in his practice including actions, music and words. His actions too numerous to list, some more infamous than others; his music from the multi million selling KLF to the choral music of The 17; the words have accumulated into a pile of books.
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Friday 6th December

An Endless Supply presents In Conversation with Peter Bilak – discussing his new design magazine and models of social distribution. 3pm FREE
Letterpress workshop led by Leicester Print Workshop. All day, FREE

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Saturday 7th December

Grand Union presents Copy Rights – exploring the concept of originality and the politics of copyright. 11am FREE

Writing West Midlands presents: Roads to Market – Examining The Publishing Economy featuring Tindal Street Press, Alma Books, Nine Arches Press and Inpress Books. 1pm FREE

Birmingham Zine Festival presents: Make It Then Tell Everybody – how emerging artists can promote and distribute what they do. 3pm FREE

Eastside Projects presents The Paperless Stack – featuring figures from Library of Birmingham and the British Library. 3pm FREE
Zine in a Day led by Footprint Workers Co-operative

Roller Printing workshop led by Stephen Fowler

Artist Book Surgeries with the Centre for Fine Print Research

Introduction to Reduction Lino Printing with Birmingham Printmakers. 10am – 5pm £3 tickets via www.birmingham-box.co.uk

Panels are free but advance booking is essential 
Box Office: 0121 245 4455 www.birmingham-box.co.uk

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The Baskerville Society presents a John Baskerville radio play reading. 2pm FREE

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Friday/Saturday – Free
The Fair – showcasing books, prints and artworks for sale from an international selection of independent publishers, printworks, artists and organisations including Werkplaats Typographie,  Dent-De-Leone, Exitstencil and Imprint Press

In residence Haworth + Hayhoe –  The Library Project in the Discovery Pavilion
Haworth + Hayhoe will be installing a miniature interactive library, running daily bookbinding workshops.


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Down The Rabbit Hole…

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Let us take you on a meandering journey through the senses where you taste, see, touch and hear the words. Companis invites you to dive into the world of books and immerse yourself wholly in the realms they create in an elaborate five course sensory mobile meal. Using the new architecture of the Library of Birmingham, you will be subject to readings, sensory deprivation and enlightenment.
Feel uplifted and moved by evocative passages whilst consuming exquisite and delectable morsels inspired by the text. Companis asks that you trust them implicitly, and place your senses and yourselves at their mercy. The Library is a place to gain knowledge, and they shall lead you to the path of wisdom via sensorial exultation!
Companis, meaning to ‘break bread with someone’ is a very tongue-in-cheek creative trio. They delight in the absurd and the naughty, weaving this into their work of bespoke and humorous dining experiences which thoroughly chew and spit out the norms associated with eating, immersing the diner in a fusion of performance, food and spectacle. www.companis.co.uk

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Sunday Film Club: Birmingham and Beyond

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Sunday Film Club presented by KINO 10 sees a quirky mix of films for each month of the Discovery season. Tickets are £5, FREE for under 12s

Sunday 20th October at 2pm

Birmingham and Beyond
Archive travel compilation of shorts with a focus on Birmingham.

Features footage from BFI and MACE

www.kino10.com

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