Publication Studio produced books from 12am-5pm, Wednesday through Saturday. The public was welcome to stop by anytime to bring in projects for printing and binding, browse our titles or just to talk about books.
Books make friends! Spend your Saturday afternoons with Publication Studio, or visit us during the week for freshly made books!
July 23 – residency opening and Rebound Party from 12 to 5pm
*Rebound Party: Bring your favorite old paperback with disintegrating covers and spine, and Publication Studio will re-bind your book in your own homemade cover. Materials for a new cover will be provided, or you are welcome to bring your own. A small service fee will apply.
July 30 – book launch: “Natural Progress” by Kate Noble, a new edition of “A User’s Guide to Demanding the Impossible” by the Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination and a new book by leannej (the first in a series of Rereading The Riot Act books, co-published by Publication Studio and UNIT/PITT) from 2 to 4 pm
August 6 – Rebound Party from 12 to 5pm
Please consult www.unitpitt.ca for complete details, and announcements of additional events during the residency.
Publication Studio is an experiment in sustainable publication that prints and binds books on demand, creating original work with artists and writers. Publication Studio is a laboratory for publication—not just the production of books, but the production of a public. This public, which is more than a market, is created through deliberate acts, the circulation of texts, discussions, and gatherings in physical space, and the maintenance of a digital commons. Please visit www.publicationstudio.biz for more detailed information.
The Publication Studio summer residency is the first in an occasional series of storefront residencies at UNIT/PITT, providing time-limited space to artist-run initiatives that engage critically with cultural production.
UNIT/PITT Projects (formerly the Helen Pitt Gallery) gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the Canada Council, the British Columbia Arts Council, the City of Vancouver, and the individual artists, cultural workers and community members without whom we would be unable to continue.
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Vancouver, BC V6A 1S4
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