2005 ••• Archive

  Special Event  
Bookmobile Project tour, 2005
June 20th & 21st, 2005
open visits 12pm -5pm
Book binding workshop Monday, June 20th, at 2:00PM
Bookmobile Benefint at Broken City Monday, June 20th, at 8:00PM

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Exhibition Information




Exhibition Information

Stride is pleased to announce the arrival of the 2005 Canadian tour of projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE project -  an exhibition of independent publications, zines, and artists' books traveling in a vintage Airstream trailer across the continent . Traveling from Montreal to Vancouver and back, from April 28th - July 1st, the BOOKMOBILE will be stopping off in  Calgary, Alberta and opening its doors to the public at Stride Gallery. All are invited to attend! This mobile library will be accompanied by a group of coordinators who will facilitate a series of workshops, artist's talks and educational forums.

Visit the website for more information on BOOKMOBILE events and the 2005 Tour at: www.mobilivre.org

The projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE project is a grassroots media initiative which runs on the sweat and toil of a dedicated group of artists and community organizers based primarily in Montreal, Canada and Philadelphia, USA. Now in its fifth year, the project is an annual touring exhibition of artist books, zines, and independent publications. Traveling by way of a vintage 1959 Airstream, the BOOKMOBILE visits a variety of venues in Canada and the US including community centers, schools, libraries, festivals, artist-run centers, and galleries. A group of coordinators travel with the exhibition and facilitate a series of workshops, artist talks, and educational forums.

The BOOKMOBILE project supports the growth of independent-locally produced art and media while it strives to help these voices form a larger continental network.    Over the past five years, the project has exposed thousands of visitors to a unique collection of independently produced book works.

For additional material, contact the Canadian Tour booker in Montreal: info@mobilivre.org

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