The Solihull Artists’ Book Fair: call for exhibitors

In book fair on January 27, 2010 at 12:17 pm

The Solihull Artists’ Book fair is open to anyone who works in book arts and related disciplines: book artists, illustrators, designers, printmakers, paper-based artists and paper engineers, independent publishers…  We’re really keen to hear from everyone who produces work realised in the form of the artists’ book, or book-related ephemera.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to promote and sell their work to the general public throughout the day. We encourage artists who wish to provide a more ‘interactive’ experience involving audience/customer participation: contact us to talk about your ideas.

The fair will be taking place at the Solihull Arts Complex on 20 March 2010, 10am — 5pm.

The cost for a full table is £15 for the whole day. A limited number of half-tables are available at £10.

The Solihull Gallery is well positioned in the centre of town, right next to Touchwood shopping centre and the Central Library. It is an 8 minute walk from Solihull train station, which is a ten to 15 minute train ride from Birmingham City centre.

If you are interested in exhibiting and selling your work at the fair then please complete the form here. Once we have received your application, we will contact you to reserve a table and confirm your place. Details of all exhibitors will be featured on the Solihull Art Gallery website and The Secret Library of Solihull blog.

If you have any questions do get in touch simon[at]simongoode[dot]co[dot]uk.

The deadline for submission is 12 March 2010.

  1. […] their works. More info and a booking form for the Solihull Artists’ Book Fair can be found here. We’ve had a good set of applications so far – a really varied mix of disciplines and […]

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