Exhibitors 2021

Exhibiting Artists 2021-

This list is subject to change.

* Rafael Klein * Chris Ruston * David Armes *

* Inkpot & Pen * The Subverted Unconscious Collective

* Ruth Martin * Less Than 500 * Peter Knight *   

* Miranda Campbell * Mandy Brannan *

Caroline HackJen Fox * Steve Joyce *

* Best Books by Bernard and Anwyl

* Roncadora Press * Becky Tough * artpocket * 

* Tim ShoreNise McCullochAtlantic Press *

* Annwyn Dean * Linda Parr * Kate Bernstein *

* Annette Kreiser * Doreen Wells * Laura Moseley *

* Louisa Dunningan * Ronja Ronning * SALT and SHAW *

* Jane Cradock-Watson * Serena Smith * Jenny Stevenson * * Carolyn Trant * Cactus Collective * eyeglass books *

* Caroline Penn * Sophie Dawe * Jacob Louis Beaney *

* Sarah Grace Dye * Clare Wilson *

* Ruth Brumby * Cecile Picquot * Kiss and Tell Press

Go Slow Books * Joan Higgins * Laure Van Minden *


Student Groups

Camberwell College of Art

University of Suffolk

Norwich University of Arts

West Suffolk College

Langley School


Society of Bookbinders

Norwich Printing Museum with the 

John Jarrold Heritage Collection

Kate Bernstein, books inspired by the RA
Measuring the Heavens, 2020. Box,36 x 25

Measuring the Heavens - 

Kate Bernstein

In 2018 Kate Bernstein, book artist and printmaker, was asked by Creativity & Curiosity, an artists’ and astronomy project to join them, by invitation of the Royal Astronomical Society, in visiting the Society’s Library. Bernstein was funded by the Arts Council to carry out collaborative research at the Library and explore the outcome through the Book Arts.


Bernstein initially created three small books, each in an edition of twenty: The Infinite M; Printer of Stars and The Typographical Planet, then went on to collaborate directly with Dr Prosser, Librarian and archivist at the RAS. The result of that collaboration is a celebration of the RAS Library, Measuring the Heavens, 2020, an edition of 2.


All of the book works explore the role of printing in astronomical development and draw on historic sources form the library as inspiration.


Measuring the Heavens has been on exhibition in The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival, Stornoway, and at the Royal Astronomical Society Library, London. Following turn the page it will be exhibited at UWE’s Library and feature in an article in Printmaking Today, June 2020. Bernstein and Prosser will be giving an interview on the work and recording a podcast in May 2020 at UWE.