SELF PUBLISH, BE HAPPY Workshop
SELF PUBLISH, BE HAPPY WORKSHOP
Led by: Bruno Ceschel
31 May – 1 June 2014
10:00 – 17:00
Studio LUMA, Ślusarska 9
Workshop participants will be given the necessary tools and insight to become editor-in-chief of their own publication. The class will cover the varied contemporary publishing ‘models,’ from the zine to the traditional perfect-bound photography book. Editing, sequencing, and design will be discussed both theoretically and practically. The class will also cover distribution and marketing options for finished titles. Each participant will present his/her own book project to the class and then realize their project using Adobe In-Design or other publishing software. The workshop will end with the presentation of the newly designed photography books.
1st day - extended lecture + presentation individual projects
2nd day - work in group on individual project
Workshop led in english.
Material for participants to bring:
- images (digital & printed version) of the project they like to make into a book
- computer (with InDesign)
- example of what they like (books, zines, etc)
- scans of found objects if they want to include them in the book
Cost of workshop: 400 PLN
Number of participants: 15
Register by sending an application to: email@example.com
Bruno Ceschel is a writer, curator and lecturer at the University of the Arts London.
He is the founder of Self Publish, Be Happy, an organisation that supports and promotes the work of emerging photographers. Self Publish, Be Happy has organised events at a number of institutions around the world, including The Photographer’s Gallery, ICA, Serpentine Galleries, C/O Berlin, Aperture Foundation and Kunsthal Charlottenborg amongst others. Ceschel is also the Director of SPBH Editions, which has most recently published books by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Cristina De Middel, Mariah Robertson and Lorenzo Vitturi.
Ceschel writes regularly for a number of publications such as FOAM, The British Journal of Photography and Aperture Magazine and has guest-edited issues of Photography and Culture, Ojo de Pez and The PhotoBook Review.