Published and Be Damned Fair: publishing public works goes public



publishing public works showed their recent Friday Sessions Fanzine production and the full series of Stand Aside issues, designed and compiled by Polly Brannan for the Granville Cube project in Kilburn, London.
A MASSIVE THANK YOU to Deepa Naik and Trenton Oldfield from This Is Not A Gateway for helping out on the stall during the fair!

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Folk Float being built


The Folk Float, a mobile archive to tour Egremont this summer is currently being built. A milk float is being adapted to host the existing and growing local archive, and to offer social space for meetings, screenings, workshops, chatting and hanging out.
The Folk Flaot has been commissioned by Grizedale Arts for their ongoing Creative Egremont project.





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publishing public works at Publish and Be Damned


public works is now registered as publishers (publishing public works), and will be presenting their recent fanzines at this year's Publish and Be Damned Fair at Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London on Sunday 29th July from 2-7pm.

Where does Research take place? A one day mapping workshop


Stanley Picker Fellows in Design, public works will hold a one day mapping workshop in the former Stanley Picker Fellows Studio in the Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University on Wednesday 11th July 2007.

The workshops aims to trace and visualise the spaces of research within the fields of Art&Design at Kingston University, with a focus on the social contexts, encounters and relationships which underpin its development and dissemination. Feedback and knowledge gained in the workshops will be used to inform plans to redevelop the studio as a resource for future faculty research.

The workshops form part of the public works fellowship research and will inform their exhibition in the Stanley Picker Gallery in November 2007. As part of their fellowship public works wants to establish links and explore overlaps with faculty members and will be around to introduce themselves and their work.

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