Duplicate Publishing Fair

Duplicate Publishing Fair will be held at Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham B9 4AR on Friday 5th (4-8pm) and Saturday 6th (12-5pm) of May. The fair is free to attend and open to all.

Exhibitors 2023: School of the Damned Press, OOMK, Rabbits Road Press, Bunny Bissoux, Rosalie Schweiker, Pittville Press, The Portland Inn Project, Radical Art Collective Stoke, Ground Workshops, Back To Books, Fawn Press, Harun Morrison, L4 Photography, Book Works, Mikayla Shuker, Mikrayola, No Go Press, Georgie Mac, Bunny Propaganda, Purple Ladder Studios, Less Than 500 Press, Geen Jones, Staff Room Press, Here Is Jonny, Dislocatedzine, Aleesha Nandhra, Khidr Collective, Fathomsun Press, Lunchtime for the Wild Youth, Tom Gooch, Morrigan Ivy, Eric Monk-Steel, Bushra Saleem, Unknown Publishing Thing, COPY, Leah Hickey, Summer Book (George Manson & Luke Humphries), Triple One Five, Charlotte with Ink, James Unsworth, Aarushi Matiyani, 3:03 collective, Erika Price, Elliot Hanks, Commonplace Press, Mark Pawson / Disinfotainment, BCU Illustration

There will also be a range of free workshops throughout the day on Saturday 6th May, so join-in and get creative!

More information at https://duplicatepublishingfair.com/

Eastside Projects is an artist-run multiverse based in a free public gallery in Digbeth, Birmingham. We commission artists, make art, think-in-public, curate exhibitions, programme events, work alongside communities, build relationships, create production facilities, support artists, produce public art projects, generate and apply research, develop talent, train artist-curators, and imagine new realities.


Eastside Projects is a house, a gathering space, a factory, another reality where anything is possible and everyone is welcome.

More about Eastside Projects at https://eastsideprojects.org/

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