What's on at ttp2016...


Book Art 2016 

Where: The Atrium, The Forum, Norwich, UK.

Time: Fri 24th & Sat 25th June 2016 - 10am-6pm both days.

Cost: free, supported by Arts Council, England and ttp2016

Exhibiting Book Artists at #ttp2016 will be on hand to share their expertise and creativity with you, presenting the Exhibitors 2016


Drypoint Printing Workshop

(Pre-Booked) & for inclusion in Norfolk Longbook

with Print to the People


Where: Vernon Castle Room, The Forum, Norwich.

Times: Sat 25th June, 10.00am-4.00pm

Cost: free, donations to turn the page artists book fair welcome.

Create a piece of artwork for inclusion in the Norfolk Longbook. Guided by  Laura White from Print to the People, you'll learn how to  make drypoint printing plates using your own reference material to create a composition that celebrates the things that you value most about living in or visiting the beautiful county of Norfolk. Drypoint is a traditional printmaking process originally used for book illustrations, artwork and publications. You will be shown examples and tips and tricks for making your own A6 design. This is a first come workshop and places will go fast, contact us asap if you would like one. No Experience is needed and all materials are supplied. Email us today to book your place.


Music: The well loved Georgia Shackleton Trio combine vocals, fiddle, guitar, mandolin and banjo to play a blend of Americana, folk and self-penned material.


Where: The Atrium  at The Forum

When: Four 20 minute sessions

Friday 24th June 12.00 noon & 3.00pm

Saturday 25th June 10.30am & 12.00 noon


Poetry: Heidi Williamson will be reading from her new book 'The Print Museum'

Where: The Atrium at The Forum, Norwich

When: 20min sessions, Fri 24th June 12.30pm


Heidi Williamson is a printer's daughter who has mined the rich language and history of printing to consider themes of belonging, parenthood, love and how we communicate with each other. Her new book 'The Print Museum' explores the familial and cultural inheritance of the world of print and printmakers through subjects ranging from Gutenberg to Gill, Kindles,Twitter, the death of Diana, 3D printmaking, climate change, childlessness and  genes. Join Heidi at  turn the page and share her playful, sensual and sometimes dark collection of poems.


Book Launch: Rosie Sherwood will be launching the new publication from As Yet Untitled, 'The Ellentree'


Where: The Atrium at The Forum

When: 20 min sessions Friday 24th June  2.30pm  & 4.30pm

Saturday 25th June  11.30am and 3.00pm

Rosie Sherwood's publishing journal specialising in limited editions and handmade artists' books, celebrates collaboration between artists and writers and has storytelling firmly at it's heart.  Her latest publication 'The Ellentree' is a short story following Evelyn's search for the mystical Ellentree through poetic prose and photography that explores themes of reality and belief. The book will be accompanied by a beautiful  book art installation at ttp2016 


The Norfolk Longbook - taking centre stage...

When: 10am-6pm both days in the Atrium of the Forum 

The longbook is back with new pages made during 2015 and 2016 by yr7 students at Aylsham High School and public contributions. Make sure you get along to see it @ttp2016




We'll have the right sized paper required for you to see, feel and get an idea of what is required & with knowledgable help to get you inspired to make a contribution of your own to this ever growing concertina style book, made up of art, poetry and stories as told by people who live in, or are inspired by the beautiful county of Norfolk.


Demonstrations from: 

Print to the People an artist led, social enterprise dedicated to the production and promotion of traditional printmaking processes, providing low cost open access facilities for screen printing and Intaglio alongside editioning services for Risograph, screen printing and more. They also run a wide range of courses, activities and events throughout the year and will be with us over the two day event with live demonstrations and 'have a go' print sessions in screenprint and letterpress. 

Where: The Atrium at The Forum

When: 30 minute sessions 

Friday 24th June 2.00pm and 3.45pm

Saturday 25th June 11.00am, 1.00pm and 4.00pm


John Jarrold Print Museum one of the finest working print museums in the country dedicated to printing. The John Jarrold Printing Museum is a window on the many hours and variety of skills that were involved in printing before they were made obsolete by advancing technology.

 John Jarrold Print Museum      Society of Bookbinders

and The Society of Bookbinders a UK-based educational charity dedicated to traditional and contemporary bookbinding and to the preservation and conservation of the printed and written word