Presented by friends of the Studio at the Libby Leshgold Gallery: Thursday, July 29, 2021, 4pm Vancouver time – free, registration required https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/in-space-launch-event-with-eleanor-vonne-brown-and-ho-tam-tickets-163924926869 In Space, a project of the Libby Leshgold Gallery and ECU Press, launches on Thursday, July 29 at 4pm Pacific Daylight Time with an online talk by Eleanor Vonne Brown (X Marks the Bökship) and Ho Tam (HoTam Press) exploring the strategies, realities, and contexts of the artist-made spaces that support artists’… read more In Space: online talk with Eleanor Vonne Brown and Ho Tam July 29
Friend of the studio Sébastien Aubin is doing an online talk Tuesday, March 16 at 4pm Vancouver/Pacific time through the Libby Leshgold Gallery, to kick off his online residency, ᐁᐧᐱᓂᑲᐣ – wêpinikan – something not cared for – délaisser quelque chose. Register for free for the talk at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/sebastien-aubin-something-not-cared-for-tickets-143396471707 Some people might remember Sébastien’s excellent talk at the Libby’s symposium in July 2019 that covered a range of topics but was centred on the history and typography… read more Sébastien Aubin: ᐁᐧᐱᓂᑲᐣ – wêpinikan – something not cared for – délaisser quelque chose
Here’s the video from our distanced reading and book launch of Friend Poems back on February 26, courtesy of our co-publisher Agony Klub. Friend Poems is a volume of intimate poems by Kay Higgins, Colin Osler, Tiziana La Melia, Casey Wei, and Steffanie Ling, edited and designed by Casey Wei.
PS Vancouver is participating in the online #vancouverartbookfair with some limited-time editions. See us there! #pubstud
Special limited time edition of Benveniste’s General Linguistics, $10 from each sale goes to Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre #pandemicbooks #pubstud
An unauthorized edition of the writings of Laure (Collette Peignot) with preface by Danielle Lafrance, share of each sale going to Camp K.T. Tent City #pandemicbooks #pubstud
Building United Judgment is one of the inexpensively-produced 1970s books that I love, typeset on a regular typewriter, with occasional line drawings, and printed on 8.5×11″ paper. If you want a copy, instructions are at the link! #pubstud #pandemicbooks