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Sarah Bodman

Sarah is Senior Research Fellow for Artists’ Books at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR), UWE Bristol, where she runs projects investigating and promoting contemporary book arts. www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk

Sarah is the editor of the Artist’s Book Yearbook a biennial reference publication on contemporary book arts, published here by Impact Press. (2012-2013 issue to be published September 2011). She is also the editor of the Book Arts Newsletter and The Blue Notebook journal for artists’ books, and writes a regular news column on artists’ books for the ARLIS UK and Ireland News-Sheet, and an artists’ books column for the journal Printmaking Today.

Sarah also co-ordinates the exhibition programme for the artist’s book study area at the School’s Bower Ashton library, which has monthly exhibitions of artists’ books. Please see the artists’ books events section for more details on the current exhibition.

Sarah also works with other institutions nationally and internationally, with the ABPP Artists’ Books Partnership-exhibition Programme which loans books from her CFPR collection to universities, collections, schools, societies, galleries, libraries and bookshops around the world. This programme runs on a rolling basis, with free loans of books to set up exhibitions, workshops, study groups or displays that promote the subject to a wider community.

Sarah’s artists’ books include Flowers in Hotel Rooms Volumes I-IV, an ongoing series of books inspired by Richard Brautigan’s novel The Abortion; Viola, the story of a serial killer baker; After Fallout; The Romantic Tradition Unleashed; Against Nature; Closure – a short story of the end of a love affair between a plane spotter and flower arranger (2009), How Do I Love Thee? a collaboration with JP Willis which explores the lengths people will go to in order to keep their loved ones close by, and 2.43 made specially for Abigail ThomasMicro Pages project.

Recent books include: An Exercise for Kurt Johannessen, a free download book. Whilst in Denmark for the Doverodde Book Art Festival in 2010, Sarah asked two of the group to bury a book for her in the forest – after being inspired by Kurt Johannessen‘s Exercises – a small book of instructions such as ‘Kiss the wind’ and ‘Follow a snail for a day’. One of Kurt Johannessen’s exercises is ‘Write 100 stories and bury them in the forest’. Before leaving for Denmark Sarah wrote 100 short stories in an exercise book, and has now documented the making and burying of the book alongside the titles of the 100 stories, for an artist’s book called An Exercise for Kurt Johannessen.

Sarah has also made some collaborative books and videos with Tom Sowden for the Doverodde Book Arts Festival in Denmark over the last two years: A Place of Interest is a free download book and group video. Their previous book for Doverodde, Ø – Cherry Blossom Island Tree now lives in the collection of the Doverodde Book Arts Center in Denmark.

Sarah’s artists’ books are included in many international collections such as Tate Britain, the British Library and the V & A Museum, All Saints Library and Winchester School of Art, UK; Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Yale Centre for British Art, MOMA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mills College and Rhode Island School of Design USA; Museum van het Boek and AKI (ArtEz) The Netherlands; Biblioteca Casanatense, Italy; Southern Cross University, Lismore and Institute of the Arts, Canberra, Australia. Sarah is represented in the USA by 23 Sandy Gallery

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Education

  • 1991
    • Falmouth School of Arts, BA Hons Fine Art
  • 1992
    • UWE, Bristol, Extension studies printmaking
  • 1995
    • M.Phil Artists’ Books (P/T)

Current Educational Role

Centre for Fine Print Senior Research Fellow for Artists’ Books

Career History

  • 1993-1997
    • Visiting Lecturer, Printmaking, UWE
  • 1997-
    • Research Associate in Fine Print, UWE,

Work in Collections

  • Archive Station, Paris, France (1)
  • Bibliotheca Alexandria (1)
  • Tate Britain, London (24)
  • V&A Museum, London (2)
  • Yale Center for British Art, USA (10)
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (1)
  • National University of Australia (1)
  • New York Public Library, USA (2)
  • British Library, Modern British Collection (2)
  • Institute of the Arts, Canberra, Australia (1)
  • Museum van het boek, The Hague, The Netherlands (4)
  • Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, USA (4)
  • All Saints Library, Manchester Metropolitan University (20)
  • University of Gloucester (2)
  • Winchester School of Art (12)
  • Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (2)
  • London College of Communication (2)
  • Wexford Artists’ Book Collection, Ireland (3)
  • Norwich School of Art and Design (1)
  • Artspace Mackay, Queensland, Australia (2)
  • Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (5)
  • Jenner Museum, Berkeley (1)
  • Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York, USA (1)
  • BALTIC Library and Archive, Gateshead (2)
  • Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax (1)
  • Dartington Craft Education Centre, Dartington Hall (1)
  • British Library Handling Collection (2)
  • University of Tennessee, USA (1)
  • Middlesex University (1)
  • Mobilivre, Canada (1)
  • University of Tennessee, USA (1)
  • Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW, Australia (8)
  • University of Connecticut (1)
  • La Tana, Spazio dal 1999, Italy (1)
  • Biblioteca Casanatense, Italy (1)
  • AKI (ArtEz) The Netherlands (1)
  • F.W. Olin Library, Mills College, USA (1)
  • The Brotherton Library Special Collections, Leeds (3)
  • University of Brighton (3)
  • University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (1)
  • Limfjordscentret, Doverodde, Denmark (3)
  • University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington (1)
  • San José State University (1)
  • Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh (1)
  • Memorial Library, Wisconsin, USA (1)
  • University of Washington, Seattle, USA (4)

Awards

  • The Marsh Test artist’s book publishing award, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York, USA November 2002.
    Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrea Frank Foundation.

Artists’ books currently held at:

  • PABA Gallery, Connecticut, USA
  • Centre for the Artists’ Book, Grahame Galleries, Queensland, Australia,
  • Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax
  • Printed Matter, New York, USA
  • Bookartbookshop, London
  • Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York, USA
  • Permanent Bookshop and Gallery, Brighton

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2009   
    • Lady Vengeance – Artists’ Books by Sarah Bodman, 23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA March 6 – 28, 2009
    • Lady Vengeance – Artists’ Books by Sarah Bodman at the Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, USA. 4th May – 1st June, 2009

Selected Exhibitions: Refereed/Juried/Curated

  • 2011   
    • Poetry Beyond Text, Scottish Poetry library, Edinburgh, UK, 14/05/11-15/07/11
    • cabin:codex (the feral) – The Centre for Artists’ Books Re-launch Project.
    • Centrespace, Visual Research Centre, DJCAD, Dundee, 30 April – 29 May 2011
    • SMALL, curated by Julie Johnstone, Stanza Poetry Festival, Byre Theatre, St Andrews, 17/03/11-20/03/11
    • Home from Home, a house exhibition of artists’ books, curated by Louise Atkinson, Artist Book Collective, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, UK.11/03/11-18/03/11
    • Poetry Beyond Text, curated by Mary Modeen. Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK. 04/03/11-01/04/11
    • follow-ed (after hokusai) an exhibition of book works inspired by Ed Ruscha, collected and curated by Tom Sowden & Michalis Pichler. The Winchester Gallery, UK. 02/02/11-10/03/11
    • A visual journey through the artist’s book, curated by Linda Newington. The Special Collections Gallery, Hartley Library, University of Southampton, UK (02/02/11-25/03/11)
    • Drawing with Fire, pop-up show, curated by Tom Sowden, AKI/ArtEZ, Enschede, The Netherlands (16/01/11-22/01/11)
  • 2010
    • Art Bound – Australian Bookbinders – Artists’ Books, Gallery Red, Glebe, NSW, Australia, 29/05/10 – 13/06/10
    • Rigorosamente libri…, curated by Loredana Rea, Fondazione Banca del Monte Siniscalco Ceci, Foggia, Italy, 8-21 May 2010
    • The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, an international travelling exhibition of artist book journals, diaries and letters, Gallery 210, University of Missouri, St. Louis, USA (11/02/10 – 08/05/10)
    • The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Fourth International Biennale for the Artist’s Book, The Library of Alexandria, Alexandria 21526, Egypt, 22nd April -14th May 2010
    • The Secret Library of Solihull, Solihull Arts Complex, 8 March – 8 May 2010
    • El Pan Nuestro De Cada Día – Exposición Internacional de Libros de Artista Colectivos. Brasil-Italia-Inglaterra-España, Escuela de Arte de Sevilla, Calle Juan de Padilla 10, Seville, Spain. Organised by Jim Lorena, 9th April – 7th May 2010
    • Re-Shelving Initiative Four, Eyelevel Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, February 19 – March 28
    • To Have & To Hold 2, FPBA show, Chapel Row Gallery, Bath, February 13 – March 2
  • 2009
    • Labyrint 09 – Writings and Observations, Botkyrka konsthall, Sweden, curated by Joanna Sandell and Pia Sandström, November 7 2009 – 13 March 2010
    • CLOSURE, curated by weloveyourbooks, The University of Northampton, 8th October – 19th November
    • Å reise (to travel) Galleri VOX, Bergen, Norway, 1st – 25th October 2009
    • Place Identity Memory, Stranraer Museum, Dumfries and Galloway, 26th Sept – 31st October.
    • INKUBATOR II curated by David Faithfull, Durham Art Gallery and DLI Museum, 12.09.09 – 18.10.09
    • 5th Annual Southern Cross University Acquisitive Artists’ Book Award Hosted by Barratt Galleries, Alstonville, NSW, Australia, 15th August – 24th September
    • CLOSURE, curated by weloveyourbooks, Artworks-MK, UK, 15th August – 19th September
    • O Pão nosso – Livros de Artista / Our daily bread Artists’ Books, Sala da Fonte, Paço Municipa, Brazil, curated by Mara Caruso (02/07/09 – 08/08/09)
    • IRIS Books by Artists: Place, Identity and Memory exhibition, 23 May – 28 June, Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries, and touring: Dumfries and Galloway, Stranraer Museum in Sept-October.
    • Small, Smaller, Smallest, curated by Andrew Eason, Bristol Reference Library, College Green, Bristol, Thursday 2nd – Sunday 5th April
  • 2008   
    • B**K @londonprintstudio, 11th July – 27th September
    • Sitting Room at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City, June – July
    • Sitting Room, curated by Lucy May Schofield and Tom Sowden, the K Gallery
    • Another Room Book Arts Bookstore, Rhythmix Cultural Works, Alameda CA, USA March 7 – April 27, 2008
    • rich and strange, curated by Celia Jackson. Hereford College of Arts, Hereford, 17th Jan -22nd February
    • Off the Page: an exhibition of Artists’ Books, The Greenhouse, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, 30th November 2007 – Thursday 31st January 2008
  • 2007   
    • Sitting Room, curated by Lucy May Schofield and Tom Sowden, The Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge School of Art, 13th December 2007 – 2nd January 2008
    • Beneath the Tarmac; the Grass, Bromley House Library, Nottingham, 12th – 16th November.
    • Sitting Room, curated by Lucy May Schofield and Tom Sowden, AKI Academy of Arts, Enschede, The Netherlands, 10th October -10th November.
    • rich and strange: an exhibition of altered books, curated by Celia Jackson. Flock Gallery, School of Art, Media and Design, University of Wales, Newport, 5th – Thursday 18th October.
    • artistbookarts Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, 29th September – 27th October, curated by Su Billington
    • Sitting Room, curated by Lucy May Schofield and Tom Sowden, The Winchester Gallery, Winchester School of Art, 6th July – 2nd August 2007
    • From Matisse to the XXI century, curated by Frédéric Vincent, The Museum of Art and History, Taipei, Taiwan, 1st June – 8th July 2007
    • Arcadia id est, The Fleet Library, Rhode Island School of Design, USA, 31st May – 3rd July 2007, Feb 1- Feb 22, 2007 School of The Art Institute, Chicago. USA, 19th March -13th May, Washington University Libraries, St. Louis, USA
    • Inkubator, curated by David Faithfull , Edinburgh Printmakers, 17 March – 5 May
    • Special Collections, curated by John McDowall and Chris Taylor, University Gallery Leeds, 12 February-16 March.
    • To Have and To Hold, fine press books at Chapel Row Gallery, Bath, 3rd – 20th March
    • Sitting Room, curated by Tom Sowden and Lucy May Schofield, Permanent Gallery, Brighton, 31st January – 18th February, catalogue, 44pp, ISBN 1 900756 34 X
    • Bibliomaia, curated by Michael Howard, Holden Gallery, MMU, Manchester, 11-28 Jan. 17-18 November 2006
  • 2006   
    • Artists’ Books / Libros de Artista: Sarah Bodman and Heidy Hollemweguer Campos Centro Cultural Ricardo Palma, Miraflores, Lima, Peru, 6th Sept to 1st October (2 person show)
    • Books06 10 + beyond, Noosa Regional gallery, Tewantan, Australia, 22nd September -22nd October
    • Arcadia id est Rikhardinkatu Library, Helsinki, Finland, 7th July – 31st August
    • BookBlast – artists’ books exhibition, curated by Arja Roivainen, Lönnström Art Museum, Rauma, Finland, 10th June – 24th September
    • Fuori Luogo/Out of Place – 7th International Exhibition of Artist’s Books, Biblioteca Casanatense, Rome, Italy, 1st – 10th June
    • Sitting Room: an exhibition of artist’s books curated by Lucy May Schofield and Tom Sowden, Manchester Craft & Design Centre, 20th May -15th July
    • Photography & the Artists’ Book: A Survey of Approaches from the U.S. and Abroad curated by Barb Tetenbaum, The Light Factory, Charlotte NC, USA, 5th May – 29th June
    • artistbookarts 2006 Main Gallery, Pittville Studios, University of Gloucestershire, 3rd – 13th May
    • The Invisible Reading Room, Next Wave Containers Project, 15th March – 2nd April, Melbourne, Australia
  • 2005   
    • Arcadia id est Moufflon Bookshop, Nicosia, Cyprus 1st– 26th October
    • The Art of the Book; Collaboration University of Missouri, Gallery FAB, USA 19th September – 19th November
    • Books 05; Image as text as image Noosa Regional Gallery, Queensland, Australia, 9th Sep-16th Oct
    • Paper Chase Nature in Art Museum, Glos 12th July – 14th August
    • LAND2: Beyond Landscape? Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, 26th June – 23rd July
    • Country Life Winchester School of Art, Winchester and touring
    • 30 Years of Innovation: A Survey of Exhibition History at the Center for Book Arts, 1974-2004, Center for Book Arts, New York, April 15 – July 1
    • Hibrida II Yorkshire Craft Centre and Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford
    • Arcadia id est Centre for the Artist’s Book, Grahame Galleries and Editions, Milton, Brisbane Australia 11 June – 9 July
  • 2004   
    • Books 04: Nature Noosa Regional Gallery, Queensland, Australia
    • Artists’ Books KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad, Denmark, works by American and European artists. Curated by Thorsten Dennerline
    • Ocean Flowers: Impressions from Nature in the Victorian Era Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut, USA (5 works) catalogue 26pp
    • New Directions in Print Miskolc Gallery, Miskolc, Hungary
    • Artists’ Books 2: a selection of 50 new and recent acquisitions Winchester School of Art Gallery
    • The Reading Room Sherborne House, Dorset, Catalogue 24pp
    • Beyond the Page: 3-D and the Artists’ Book Kentler International Drawing Center, Red Hook, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Public Library, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, USA, Catalogue 12 pp November 20 – December 28, 2003

Publications:

Books authored

  • Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Impact Press UWE Bristol, 3nd edition May 2010, ISBN 978-1-906501-05-1
  • Bodman, Sarah Creating Artists’ Books Second edition published December 2007, ISBN 978-0-7136-6509-3
  • Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Second, updated edition, Impact Press UWE Bristol, August 2007, ISBN 978-0-9547025-7-1
  • Bodman, Sarah Creating Artists’ Books A & C Black Publishers, July 2005, ISBN 0 7136 6509 2 and Creating Artists’ Books Watson-Guptill, New York, Sept. 2005, ISBN 0 8230 1012 0
  • Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Impact Press UWE Bristol July 2005, ISBN 0954702514

Books co-authored /co-edited

  • Bodman, Sarah and Sowden, Tom A Manifesto for the Book, February 2010, ISBN 978-1-906501-04-4, 187pp

Books edited

  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist’s Book Yearbook 2010-11, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2009, ISBN 978-1-906501-02-0, 258 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist’s Book Yearbook 2008-9, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2007, (ISBN 10) 0-9547025-6-5 (ISBN 13) 978-0-9547025-6-4, 208 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist’s Book Yearbook 2006-7, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2005, ISBN 0 9543810 9 2, 184 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist’s Book Yearbook 2003-5, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2003, ISBN 0 9536076 9 0, 216 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist’s Book Yearbook 2001-2, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2001, ISBN 0 9536076 7 4, 126 pp

Exhibition Catalogues edited

  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor/ curator) Arcadia id Est: Artists’ Books Nature and the Landscape, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2005, ISBN 0 9543810 5 X, 24 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor/ curator) A Tale of Two Cities: Artists’ Books from Bristol and New York, Impact Press, 2001, ISBN 0 9536076 66, 64 pp
  • Bodman, Sarah (Editor / curator) Books by Artists Impact Press, September 1999 ISBN 0 9536076 07, 64 pp

Journals edited

  • Bodman, Sarah (editor) the Blue Notebook: journal for artists’ books, Impact Press, October 2006 onwards ISSN 1751-1712 (print) ISSN 1751-1720 (online)

Journal Columns

  • Artists’ Books column for Printmaking Today from Vol 17 No3 Autumn 2008
  • regular artists’ books news column for ARLIS UK and Ireland news-sheet from March 2006 onwards, ISSN 0308-809X

Essays / Journal Articles / Published interviews

  • Station to Station: Follow-Ed, Printmaking Today Vol 20 No 1, Spring 2011, p 17
  • The al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition: making a stand through print, IMPRINT, March 2011, Vol 46 No1. Published by the Print Council of Australia, pp 26-27
  • A Bridge to Baghdad, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 4, Winter 2010, p 17
  • Artists’ Books and the Book Arts, Insight 2, Ace Foundation Newsletter, December 2010, www.acefoundation.org.uk/newsletter/2010-11/
  • A multi-coloured life: the artists’ books of Klaus von Mirbach, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 3, Autumn 2010, p 17
  • Invited curator for Cahiers Intempestifs #26 “Made in Britain”, ISBN: 978-2-911698-60-6, 23 x 28.5 cm, published November 2010, by Gutenberg Networks, France in a limited edition of 1000, 56 pages.
  • Invited curator for Cahiers Intempestifs #25 “Made in Britain”, ISBN: 978-2-911698-58-3, 23 x 28.5 cm, published June 2010 by Gutenberg Networks, France in a limited edition of 1000, 56 pages.
  • Flowers in Hotel Rooms, in The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, Editor: Marian Amies, Dept of Art and Art History, University of Missouri, USA, March 2010. Library of Congress Number: 2010900206, pp 46-47
  • Adventures on Paper from Mexico to Manchester, Sarah Bodman & Tom Sowden, The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, Editor: Marian Amies, Dept of Art and Art History, University of Missouri, USA, March 2010. Library of Congress Number: 2010900206, pp 8-9
  • Of God and Small Things: artists’ books by Karen Hanmer, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 2, Summer 2010, p34
  • Northern Lights – A focus on Scandinavian Artists’ Books, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 1, Spring 2010, p34
  • When is a Book not a Book? Bristol Review of Books, Issue 13, Spring 2010, pp8-10
  • Dmitry Sayenko, interviewed by Sarah Bodman, Artist’s Book Yearbook 2010-2011, pp 16 – 25, September 2009, ISBN 978-1-906501-02-0
  • Confounded Structure – Tina Hill’s Excavating Babel, Printmaking Today Vol 18 No 4, Winter 2009, p31
  • Primal Force, the artists’ books of Dmitry Sayenko Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 3, Autumn 2009, p10
  • Primeval Materials, introductory essay for Artist Books by Dmitry Sayenko, published by Dmitry Sayenko, Nikodim Publishers, St. Petersburg, 2009
  • Made to Measure Online, artists’ books and the Internet, Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 2, Summer 2009, p12
  • Les activités du Centre for Fine Print Research de Bristol, (translation by Anne Béchard-Leauté) So Multiples Revue française sur les éditions d’artistes contemporains, N° 3, June 2009, ISSN 1961-9618, pp 1-12, www.so-multiples.com
  • Codex Event 6, Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 1, Spring 2009, p12
  • Freedom to Publish, Printmaking Today, Vol 17, No 4, Winter 2008, p14
  • Multiple openings, Printmaking Today, Vol 17, No 3, Autumn 2008, p14
  • The secret authors: books by artists, catalogue essay commissioned for artistsbooksonline to accompany “For the Love of Making Books” touring exhibition (Sept 07 – June 08) launched at Wrexham Arts Centre, 2007.
  • Interview for V&A Museum on my book art practice (launched online 05/06/07).www.vam.ac.uk/collections/prints_books/artists_books/book_artists/bodman/index.html
  • Artists’ Books – BABE, PROOF, Spring 2007, p.9
  • Book Arts at the Centre for Fine Print Research in Bristol, Art Libraries Journal: Artists’ books issue, Volume 32, No. 2 2007, pp 15-20
  • Love at First Sight: How to build a collection of artists’ books without noticing, commissioned catalogue essay for Permanent Gallery & Bookshop exhibition, Brighton, Dec. 2006
  • Focus on Artists Books 3, The Art Book, August 2006, Vol 13, issue 3, pp 64-65, ISSN 1368 6267
  • Librarians’ Books, The Bonefolder, Volume 2 No. 2, Spring 2006, pp 14-18, (online) ISSN 1555-6565 www.philobiblon.com/bonefolder/vol2no2contents.htm
  • This is Arcadia: curating and managing a touring exhibition of artists’ books, Printmaking Today, Volume15 No. 1, Spring 2006, pp 26-27, ISSN 0960 9253
  • Artists’ Books in Australia, Umbrella online journal, USA, Volume 29, No. 1, March 2006, ISSN 0610-0699
  • Artists’ Books News regular column for ARLIS news-sheet, March 2006 onwards, ISSN 0308-809X
  • Book Arts at The School of Art, Media and Design, UWE Bristol Artists’ Books Reviews, Vol 2, No.18, Winter 2005, USA
  • An Accidental Collection, in The Art of the Book: Collaboration, Ed Marian Amies, University of Missouri, USA, September 2005
  • In Pursuit of the Arcadian Dream, Catalogue essay for Arcadia id Est, March 2005, ISBN 0 9543810 5 X
  • Bookmarks: Infiltrating the library system, The Art Book, February 2005, Vol 12, issue 1, pp 54-55 ISSN 1368 6267
  • Book Arts at The Centre for Fine Print Research Forum Book Art 2003-2004 (Ed Heinz Stefan Bartkowiak) Hamburg, Germany 2004, pp- 53-56, ISBN 3 935462 03 04
  • Catalogue essay The Reading Room Sherborne House, Dorset, April 2004
  • The History Book That Never Was The Art Book, September 2003, Vol. 10 Issue 4, pp 57-58, ISSN 1368 6267
  • The Battle of the Books:TNWK Series, Artist’s Book Yearbook 2003-5, September 2003, pp 27–34, ISBN 0 9536076 9 0
  • Multiplicity: a review of recent artists’ books and multiples Artists Newsletter, April 2003, pp 24-27, ISSN 0261-3425 (invited article)
  • You can see the whole world from here… If Pressed, Sherborne House, Dorset, March 2002
  • Bookhad: support for nationwide research in book history and design, Artists’ Book Yearbook 2001-2, September 2001, Impact Press ISBN 0 9536076 7 4
  • Reading the Future: Artists’ Books, catalogue essay for In-Print, (Ed Rowland Box) Quay Arts & Ferens Gallery, June 2001, pp 15-17, ISBN 0 904490 25 4
  • The Impact of Books on Contemporary Fine Art Printmaking, Panel Review, Impact Conference Proceedings (Ed.Parraman /Brewer) April 2001, Impact Press, pp 133-7, ISBN 09536076 15
  • A Cabinet of Curiosities: Bristol Art Library Drawing Fire, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 2000, pp 27–30
  • Books by Artists: a survey The Art Book, Volume 7, Issue 2, March 2000, pp 25- 26, ISSN 1368 6267
  • Books Byte: Books by artists (and their computers) Artists Newsletter, January 2000, pp 14-15, ISSN 0261-3425

Reviews and inclusions in Publications

  • Masters Book Arts: major works by leading artists, curated by Eileen Wallace, Lark Books, New York, April 2011, pp 208-215 ISBN 978-1600594977
  • Sarah Bodman et Tom Sowden, A Manifesto for the Book, Bristol, Impact Press, 2010. Review by Anne Béchard-Leauté. SO MULTIPLES – Revue française sur les éditions d’artistes contemporains. No 5 Novembre 2010, www.so-multiples.com, ISSN 1961-9618, pp 1-5
  • 10!lat ha!art: Ha1wangarda Krakowska Od Peipera do Fajfera, Ha!art No 30, Krakow, 2010, p16
  • David Paton: The book arts as a community of practice: some thoughts on the research project A Manifesto for the Book, what will be the canon for the artists’ book in the 21st century? A paper delivered at the two-day international conference On Making: Integrating Approaches to Practice-led Research in Art and Design, 15-16th October 2009, convened by the Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design, University of Johannesburg. www.theartistsbook.org.za/view.asp?pg=research
  • Artists’ Books: Visual Studies Workshop Press 1971 – 2008, edited by Joan Lyons, 2009, VSW Press, Rochester, New York, USA, ISBN 978-0-89822-126-8, pp 27, 165
  • The Art of the Book, Nancy Campbell meets three key practitioners, Nancy Campbell, Mslexia, Issue 41 Apr/May/Jun 2009, ISSN 1473-9399, pp8-11
  • The Ministry of Books: Creation and Use of an Online Visual Database for Artists’ Books, Maureen O’Neill, The International Journal of the Book, Volume 6, Number 2, ISSN 1447-9516, pp 34, 35,37, 46, 47
  • The Hybrid Lexicon: an overview of contemporary artists’ publishing in the UK and Ireland, using traditional and emerging technologies to create finely produced artists’ books in book, art, object Editor: David Jury, The Codex Foundation, USA, 2008, ISBN: 978 0 9817914 0 1, pp 35-55
  • Women and Books: Contemporary book artists share their thoughts, Muriel Prince, The Bonefolder, USA, Volume 4, Number 2, Spring 2008, p4
  • Written Landscapes – Arcadia id Est, Elisabeth Long, Afterimage, USA Vol. 34 No 6 May/June 2007, pp 26-27
  • Codex Opens to Success, Tara Bryan, Amphora, No. 146 June 2007, The Alcuin Society Journal, pp2-8 (p3)
  • Artists’ books: A Cataloguers’ Manual (compiled by Maria White, Patrick Perratt and Liz Lawes for the ARLIS/UK & Ireland Cataloguing and Classification Committee, 2006, ISBN 0-9552445-0-1, pp vii, 62-63, 88-93
  • Sarah Bodman : Of A Mischievous Nature, Imprint; The Quarterly Journal of The Print Council Australia, Volume 41 No.3, September 2006, pp14-15, ISSN 0313-3907
  • Creating Artists’ Books, Printmaking Today, Volume 15 No. 1, Spring 2006, p30, ISSN 0960 9253
  • Umbrella Journal, Volume 28, No. 4, December 2005,, p88, editor’s reviews of The Artists’ Book Yearbook 2006-2007, and Creating Artists’ Books. ISSN 0610-0699
  • The Reading Room (Time Itself) Crafts Magazine, July/August 2004, pp 53-54, ISSN 0306 610X
  • Book Arts, Making Books Myung Sook Lee, 2004, Communication Design, Seoul, Korea, pp 184 & 200, ISBN 89 90551 15 3 13600
  • Artist’s Book Yearbook 2003-2005 Printmaking Today, Winter 2003, Vol. 12 No 4, p31, ISSN 0960 9253
  • GM Future Umbrella, April 2002, Volume 25 No. 1, USA, p 64, ISSN 0160 0699
  • Artist’s Book Yearbook 2001-2002 The Art Book, March 2002, Vol. 9, Issue 2, p 60, ISSN 1368 6267
  • A Tale of Two Cities USA: Art Review, Dec/Jan 2002, p 90, ISSN 0004 4091
  • A Tale of Two Cities UK: Printmaking Today, Autumn 2001 p 21, ISSN 0960 9253

Conference and Symposia Contributions / Papers

  • Collaboration in Artists’ Books for With a little help from our friends: Collaboration and art libraries, Westminster Reference Library, London, An ARLIS Education & Professional Development day, 10th December 2010
  • Chair of Panel: Artists’ Books: International Views, Panel 11 at Impact Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference, University of the West of England, 16-19 September 2009. A panel of papers on contemporary artists’ books practice from an international perspective. Speakers: Rosa Tarruella, Julie Barratt, Maria Lucia Cattani and Tom Sowden.
  • Co-host with Tom Sowden – Conference: Traditional and emerging formats of artists’ books: Where do we go from here? (09/07/09-10/07/09) A two-day conference, held at the School of Creative Arts, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, Thursday 9th and Friday 10th July 2009
  • Artists’ Books Seminar 2: Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden reported back on the project’s findings to date with Artists’ books reports from Poland, Germany and the USA. Morning Sessions. University of the West of England, Bower Ashton Campus, Bristol, Friday 20th March 2009
  • The Future of Publishing, 10th Biennial Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair, Cafritz Art Center, Montgomery College of Art and Design, Silver Spring, MD, USA, November 8th, 2008
  • The quiet democracy of the contemporary artist’s book (or why do artists make books?) Books That Fly Conference, University of Brighton, 5th July 2008
  • Artists’ Books Seminar 1 – How are artists using and investigating new media for publishing? Where are we going with this? Where will the books end up? UWE, Bristol for CFPR AHRC project, Thursday 8th May 2008
  • The artist’s book market, and the relationship between the artist and purchaser, Beyond the Book, Symposium, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 18 April 2008
  • Exploring Arcadia: the impossible landscape, presentation via DVD for Interaction/Books 07, Noosa Regional Gallery, Tewantin, Australia, 2nd Sept 2007
  • Artists’ publishing – ideas: methods and collaboration, Artists’ Talks on Artists’ Books, Symposium, Winchester School of Art, 13th July 2007
  • Page on Page – British Artists’ Books, for Arlis UK and EIRE Annual Conference, 6th July 2007, Cheltenham University.
  • Arcadia id Est, panel discussion at Washington University, USA, April 5th, 2007.
  • The hybrid lexicon: an overview of contemporary artists’ publishing in the UK, utilising traditional and emerging technologies to create finely produced artists’ books. CODEX Symposium: The Fate of the Art, The Hand Printed Book in the 21st Century. 13th -15th February 2007, University of California, Berkeley, USA. www.codexfoundation.org
  • Artists’ Books Are Accepted by Art Institutions Interaction 2006: a seminar exploring the artist’s book, Noosa Regional Gallery, Tewantan, Australia, 22nd September 2006 (invited international speaker for debate)
  • Artists’ Books at the Centre for Fine Print Research, UK. Focus on Artists’ Books 3 Conference, Artspace Mackay, Queensland, Australia, 24th-26th Feb 2006 (invited international speaker, funded by the Regional Arts Fund, Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts)
  • Meet the Artists, Focus on Artists’ Books 3 Conference, Artspace Mackay, Queensland, Australia, 24th-26th Feb 2006 (invited international artist, funded by the Regional Arts Fund, Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts)
  • Bookmarks: Infiltrating Kontakt, Impact Kontakt Conference, Universität der Künste, Berlin and Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu, Poznan, 5th-10th September 2005
  • Arcadia id Est: Artists’ Books Nature and the Landscape, Arcadia symposium, UWE Bristol, 15th April 2005
  • Et In Arcadia Ego: Innocence and Guilt when Nature is considered as the Weapon, Landscape and Nature (LAN 2D) Conference, Dean Clough Galleries, Nov 6th 2004
  • The History Book That Never Was at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, USA, for the Southern Graphics Council Printmaking Conference Making Histories: Revolution and Representation April 2003
  • Curator of Books by Artists exhibition of 111 British artists for Impact Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference, UWE, Bristol, 22-25 September, 1999

External Lectures and Workshops

  • Laser-cutting and book workshops with staff, students and artists at the AKI/ArtEZ Academy of Art in Enschede, The Netherlands.16/01/11-22/01/11
  • Artists’ books, nature, landscape? A themed talk of Collections and Observations of nature, Textscapes, Journeys through landscape, Working in the landscape, The politics of landscape,
  • Altered books and nature, and A darker (then lighter) side of nature. Doverodde Book Arts Festival, Sat 15th May 2010
  • Artists’ Books Around the World in the 21st Century Doverodde Book-arts Festival Doverodde, Denmark, Friday 8th May 2009
  • 21st Century Artists’ Books, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Friday 27th February 2009
  • Contemporary Artists’ Books, Ffotogallery, Penarth, Saturday 15th November 2008
  • Artist’s books abroad, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, USA – Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden present an overview of artist’s book publishing in Europe and further afield. Saturday, November 1st, 2008, plus afternoon artists’ surgeries.
  • Artists’ Books & small press advisory visit, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Tuesday 17th June 2008
  • Borders of Perception, AKI (ArtEz) Academy of Visual Arts, Enschede, The Netherlands. Joint supervision of field trip and 2 weeks workshops for International Erasmus Intensive Programme, including UWE MA students, 19th – 30th May 2008
  • Artists’ Books workshop for scholarship students from the University of Missouri, Saint Louis, USA, in Marian Amies’ London atelier, 13th May 2008
  • Book arts lecture for photography students/staff, Bournemouth Arts Institute, 19th November 2007
  • Presentation for MULTI seminar, Bradford College, Friday 4th May, 2007Book arts lecture at University of Gloucester, Cheltenham, 28th March 2007
  • Experts’ Meeting – The Artist’s Book, Friday 27 April 2007, The Jan van Eyck Academie, Academieplein, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • A Day In Arcadia, Friday 12th Jan 2007, UWE Bristol.
  • Lecture/seminar for PhD students at University of the Arts London, on A Critical Survey of Creative Production in Relation to the Market Potential of Artists’ Books, as part of a series on Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Research, 10th January 2007, Davies St, London
  • Creation and Sources, talk for ARLIS one-day workshop for artists’ books, Artists’ Books: Creating, Collecting, Cataloguing Chelsea College of Art and Design, Millbank, London, 19th May 2006,
  • UK Artists’ Books, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW, Australia, 10th March 2006
  • Contemporary British Artists’ Books 1960-2004, Tate Modern, Bankside, London, Nov 15th 2004
  • Contemporary Artists’ Books Houseroom Gallery, 4th June 2004
  • Artists’ Books Presentation to LAN 2D at the Centre of Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 20th October 2003
  • Artist’s lecture, Fall Lecture Series, Visual Studies Workshop, New York, 20th Nov. 2002
  • The Book As Art, Artists Talk on Art Critical Dialogue Series, Phoenix Gallery, 568 Broadway, New York, 19th October 2001

Artists’ Books

  • Bodman, Sarah An Exercise for Kurt Johannessen free download artist’s book, June 2010
  • Bodman, Sarah a & Sowden, Tom Scott’s Flight: Migrating East, a collaborative unique book made by invitation for the The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Fourth International Biennale for the Artists’ Book, April – May 2010, Egypt, in collection The Bibliotheca Alexandria.
  • Bodman, Sarah a & Sowden, Tom A Place of Interest, a collaborative book for the exhibition A Place of Interest at Doverodde Book Arts Festival, May 2010. Made en route during the drive and ferry crossing with a typewriter, Polaroid camera and GPS. You can download a PDF of the book to print and assemble.
  • Bodman, Sarah Flowers in Hotel Rooms Vol. IV, November 2009, 10 pp, edition of 25
  • Bodman, Sarah with JP Willis How do I love Thee?, digital print and laser cut images and text, folding book in black hardback cover, edition of 20, October 2009.
  • Bodman, Sarah Closure, 2009, unlimited edition POD through Blurb, 32 pp, pulp-fiction paperback: www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/686308
  • Bodman, Sarah Ø – Cherry Blossom Island Tree (collaborative unique book with Tom Sowden), 2009, for the collection of Limfjordscentret, Doverodde, Denmark
  • Bodman, Sarah Flowers in Hotel Rooms Vol. III, 10 pp, edition of 25, March 2008
  • Bodman, Sarah The Romantic Imagination Unleashed, altered book for the Rich and Strange altered books project, Newport School of Art, Media and Design, October 2007, in Rich and Strange collection.
  • Bodman, Sarah After Fallout, altered book for Regenerator artists’ books project, UWE Bristol, March 2007
  • Bodman, Sarah Against Nature 2006, 20 pp, edition of 8 – in collections: Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia; Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection, Chicago, USA
  • Bodman, Sarah Flowers in Hotel Rooms Vol. II 2005, 10 pp, edition of 25
  • Bodman, Sarah Grimm’s (edited) fairy tales March 2005, 16 pp, edition of 30 for What’s in the Box? project
  • Bodman, Sarah Seven songs and the things they remind me of March 2004, 16 pp, edition of 100 for What’s in the Box? project
  • Bodman, Sarah Masdevallia 1994, 16 pp (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Manchester All Saints)
  • Bodman, Sarah Cuttings 1995, 24 pp (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Chelsea College of Art and Design; Manchester All Saints)
  • Bodman, Sarah Flowers for Friends and Enemies 1996, 24 pp (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Wexford Artist’s Book Archive, Eire; New York Public Library; Bookarts, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, USA; Winchester School of Art; London College of Printing; Centre for the Artist’s Book, Queensland, Australia)
  • Agassi, Bodman, Hoskins Correspondences 1997, Dido Editions, 80 pp (in collections: National University of Australia; University of Gloucester; Manchester All Saints; Winchester School of Art; Dean Clough Galleries Archive; Wexford Artist’s Book Archive)
  • Bodman, Sarah Livia’s Garden 1997, 24 pp (in collections: Victoria and Albert Museum; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Brooklyn Museum, USA; Winchester School of Art; Chelsea College of Art and Design; Museum het van Boek, The Hague; Netherlands)
  • Bodman, Sarah The Collector 1998, 40 pp (in collections: Victoria and Albert Museum; Tate Britain; Manchester All Saints;Dean Clough Galleries Archive)
  • Bodman, Sarah Nature Trail 14 pp, 1998 (in collections: Yale Center for British Art, USA; Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection,The Art Institute of Chicago, USA)
  • Bodman, Sarah La Voisin 8 pp, 1999, edition of 3 (in collections: Winchester School of Art; Manchester All Saints)
  • Bodman, Sarah GM Future 38 pp, 1999 (in collections: Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Museum of Art, USA; New York Public Library; BALTIC, Gateshead; British Library Handling Collection; Winchester School of Art; Museum het , van Boek The Hague; Netherlands; Norwich School of Art and Design)
  • Bodman, Sarah The Garden Museum 1999, 12 pp, unique book for the Bristol Art Library
  • Bodman, Sarah & Willis, J. Upshot 1999, 20 pp (in collection: Mackay City Library, Queensland, Australia)
  • Bodman, Sarah The Glass House 1999 16 pp 1999 (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Winchester School of Art; Wexford Artist’s Book Archive)
  • Bodman, Sarah Angelier 2000, 24 pp (private collections only)
  • Bodman, Sarah The Secret Garden 2001, 14 pp (in collections: Brooklyn Museum of Art, USA; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Winchester School of Art; Wexford Artist’s Book Archive; British Library Handling Collection)
  • Bodman, Sarah Beyond the Forest 2001, 20 pp (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art, USA; Winchester School of Art)
  • Bodman, Sarah Fehling’s Solution 2001, 16 pp (private collection only)
  • Bodman, Sarah Time Itself 28 pp, edition of 10 (in collections: University of Tennessee; Winchester School of Art; Jenner Museum, Berkeley; Manchester All Saints; British Library, Modern British Collection)
  • Bodman, Sarah Pace Bend 2002 18 pp (in collections: Tate Britain; Yale Center for British Art; Winchester School of Art; British Library; Manchester All Saints; Wexford Artist’s Book Archive)
  • Bodman, Sarah The Marsh Test 2002, 15 pp Published by the Visual Studies Workshop New York, USA, edition of 25 (in collections: VSW, USA; British Library, Modern British Collection; Manchester All Saints; Winchester School of Art)
  • Bodman, Sarah Flowers in Hotel Rooms Vol. 1 2003, 10 pp (in collections: Yale Center for British Art, All Saints Manchester)
  • Bodman, Sarah Viola 2004, 16 pp (in collections: Winchester School of Art)

External Examination

  • Emma Powell, PhD thesis title: Rejectamenta. Selected contemporary creators’ use of rejectamenta: an exploration of contexts (location, selection & collation). Kingston University, Kingston, UK. March 2009
  • External Examiner MA Art, Design & the Book, Colchester Institute, University of Essex, 2008 – 2012
  • External Examiner for Post Graduate Studies, University of the Arts, London:
  • Graduate Certificate Book Arts 2004-2007
  • Graduate Certificate Book Binding and Book Restoration 2004-2007
  • Mentor for External Examiner BA Hons Book Arts, University of the Arts, London, 2006
  • External Examiner, BA Hons Book Arts, University of the Arts, London, 2002-2005
  • Course Assessor, Book Arts, London College of Printing, 2000

Teaching

Book Arts option modules in MA Multi-disciplinary Printmaking. Specialist lectures/tutorials and book arts surgeries for undergraduate and post-graduate courses in: MA Multi-disciplinary printmaking, MA by Research, Drawing and Applied Arts, Fashion Illustration, Photography, Fine Art and Graphic Design.

Artists’ Books Lectures for External Educational Institutions (2008-2009)
Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany; Institute of the Arts, Bournemouth; Swindon College; University of Gloucester, Cheltenham; AKI (ArtEz) The Netherlands; Mills College, Oakland, USA; Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia; University of the Arts, London

External Appointments

  • 2007-2014
    • AHRC Peer Review College
  • 2008
    • Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair Committee

Doctoral Studies Supervision

2 PhD students September 2004- (part time)

External Curation/Consultancy/ Educational Visits

  • Artists’ Books surgery day at UWE Bristol, 21st April 2010
  • Cahiers intempestifs contemporary art review, curator of artists and writers for UK and EIRE feature edition, ISNN 1250-5013, publication Spring 2010.
  • Al-Mutanabbi Street Broadsides Project, UK coordinator for project with 130 letterpress printers, 2008- 2009, European exhibition tour coordinator 2010-2011.
  • 25 artists for the Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, curated by Marian Amies, University of Missouri and touring 2010-2011. Co-curation with Tom Sowden of UK and Eire contributions, and two catalogue essays (publication May 2010).
  • O Pão nosso – Livros de Artista / Our daily bread Artists’ Books, Sala da Fonte, Paço Municipa, Brazil. Collaborative Artists’ Book Project coordinated by Mara Caruso. Invited curator of UK book artists’ group. Touring  exhibition, Brazil, Italy, Spain, Malaysia, UK, 2009-2010.
  • Artists’ Books surgery day at UWE Bristol, Weds 27th Jan 2010
  • Sally Alatalo and Simon Anderson and students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) to visit CFPR as part of a study trip, January 2010.
  • Artist’s book surgery, Third Manchester Artist’s Book Fair, Holden Gallery, Manchester Met. University, 7th November 2009
  • Fine Press Book Association – UK Academic resources compiled for FPBA website, USA, June 2009
  • Artist’s book surgery, BABE, Arnolfini, Sunday 5th April 2009
  • Student and staff visit to CFPR, Gloucester College, 9th February 2009
  • Artists’ Books surgery day at UWE Bristol, Friday 12th December 2008
  • Artists’ Books lectures for students at Swindon College, 9th December 2008
  • Students and staff visit for a day with artists’ books, Media and Design Academy, Genk (Belgium) 18th November 2008
  • Artist’s book surgery, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, USA, Saturday 1st November 2008
  • Gustavo Grandal Montero and Emily Glancy – Collection Development Librarians, Camberwell and Chelsea libraries 13 August 2008
  • Camberwell Graduates Book Art Group visit 17 July 2008 for artists’ books development and marketing.
  • Fine Art students and staff, SCAT Taunton 16 July 2008
  • Artists’ Books advice, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, 17th June 2008
  • Angela Gardner (Australia) Churchill fellowship 4 day visit 3 – 6 June 2008
  • Borders of Perception, AKI (ArtEz) Academy of Visual Arts, Enschede, The Netherlands, 19th – 30th May 2008. Workshops for International Erasmus Intensive Programme.
  • Artists’ Books workshop for scholarship students from the University of Missouri, Saint Louis, USA, in Marian Amies’ London atelier, 13th May 2008
  • Artists’ books surgeries for scissorspaperstone at londonprintstudio, 12th April 2008
  • Gloucester College, one-day visit to CFPR collection for staff and students, 28th February 2008
  • LCC Book arts students visit to CFPR collection, 7th February 2008

Steering Committee Member for Impact Conferences:

  • Impact VI, UWE, Bristol, 2009
  • Impact V, Tallin, Estonia, 2007
  • Impact IV, Academy of Fine Arts Poznan and University of the Arts, Berlin, 2005
  • Impact III, Michaelis School of Art, University of Cape Town, 2003,
  • Impact II, UIAH, Helsinki, Finland 2001

Some current/recent projects managed:

  • ‘In an arena including digital and traditional artists’ publishing formats – what will be the canon for the artist’s book in the 21st Century?’ (March 2008 – February 2010) Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
  • Reading Around 2008
  • Artist’s Book Yearbook
  • The Blue Notebook: journal for artists’ books
  • The Book Arts Newsletter
  • Artists’ books partnership exhibition programme (ABPP)
  • Continuing Professional Development courses for book artists
  • Curation of the monthly Artist’s Book Exhibition Programme for UWE, Bristol
  • Bookmarks – Infiltrating the Library System Projects

Sarah Bodman

website:www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk
e-mail:  Sarah.Bodman@uwe.ac.uk

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