The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of inclusive activities: exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.
On Saturday 12 November 2016 it is hosting an open exhibition celebrating the exciting range of contemporary printmakers across the UK. As part of this day, Prof.Caroline Archer-Parré, Co-Director of the Centre for Printing History & Culture is hosting a session which provides visitors with an opportunity for a hands-on experience of, and discussion on the books and printed ephemera produced from the sixteenth century to present day. The session will have a particular focus on work produced in Birmingham including that of John Baskerville and his contemporaries; fine printing from the Kynoch Press and material produced by the Birmingham School of Printing.
This event is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Free drop-in session, no need to book
Time 11am - 1pm; 2 - 4pm
Venue 4 Brook Street, Birmingham B3 1SA