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Photobook Bristol 2015
December 09, 2014
After the success of this year's festival, we are pleased to confirm that the next Photobook Bristol festival will take place on the weekend of 12th-14th June 2015 at the SouthBank Club, Bristol.
Participants so far include:
Tom Wood, Kate Nolan, Eamonn Doyle, Anna Fox, Carolyn Drake, Erik Kessels, Kazuma Obama, Nicolo Degiorgis, Bieke Depoorter, Liz Hingley, Emma Chetcuti,
David Solo, Martin Parr, Max Pinckers,
Peter Mitchell, Bruno Ceschel, Stephen Bull, and Colin Pantall.
Expect some changes and quite a few additions over the next few months.
We will be working on the detailed programme over the next few weeks. It will include a good mix of sessions and individual talks, as well as a few surprises. And yes, there will be a quiz too. Same as last year, the upstairs of the SouthBank will be devoted to Publishers and Booksellers.
You can also expect live music including (back by
popular demand) a return gig by Mik Artistik and his band. Food will feature highly with three different outside caterers preparing the usual high quality grub you have come to expect from Photobook Bristol events.
These will be in short supply given the small size of the venue and will only available in advance.
There are two types of tickets available, one which includes food (four main meals) and one which does not. Food at the venue will only be available as part of the food ticket, but there are café’s and pubs nearby.
We also have an
early bird ticket price available till
15th February only.
(£75 after 15
February) to include all talks and music but NO food
(£115 after 15th February) to include food
***** Tickets via PayPal are available
If you prefer to pay by cheque or direct transfer, please drop us a line for details:
Here are some pics from this year's event to get you in the mood.
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