- 27.04.23 AGAINST THE WRITTEN WORD x NEW BABYLON TIMES
- 13 April 2023 ~ Shelf Life of the Library:
- April 1 – 30 2023: Meet Publisher in Residence Alan Smart!
- 18 & 19 March 2023 Book Klup #2 ~ Natalia Papaeva and Masha Krasnova Shabaeva
- 04.03.22 Boek Klup #1
- 27 January 2023 Sowing Stories in Archival Absence
- 23.12.22: Winter Solstice celebration
- 16.12.22 Journeys Across Archives
- 9 December 2022 – Bebe Books: Finale
- 2 December – Everyday Errors and Actions
PrintRoom is closed until August 22. Have a great summer!
The Flip Collection III
You’re invited to participate to The Flip Collection III
This is the third time PrintRoom joins the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) with an exhibition programme and a presentation of flipbooks by artists, designers, filmmakers and photographers.
PrintRoom invites you to donate your flipbook to our growing collection.
A flipbook (also called folioscope or thumb cinema) is a booklet that, for a short moment, becomes a film.
You can confirm your contribution by e-mail until January 15th to email@example.com. Your book should be at PrintRoom before January 23rd, 2013.
When you send in a contribution, please include in the parcel as well as in your e-mail:
-your address details (post, web and e-mail),
-a short c.v.,
-the title of the book,
-the year it was made
-a short description.
Please note that all flipbooks will become part of the PrintRoom collection as donations.
Although we handle all donations with care, we can not be held responsible for any loss or damage. Please send your flipbook to:
Presentation dates: 24.01.13 – 03.02.13; during the 42nd IFFR
PrintROOM joins the festival of independents INexactly THIS, Kunstvlaai 23-11 till 02-12 20122012
You can find us on the first floor, space B1-3
Incongruous Counterparts: On the many lives of Independent Publishing
Wednesday 28 November, 16:00 – 17:30 / Lecture Space
Participants t.b.c.: Freek Lomme (Onomatopee), Yolande van der Heide (Casco), Paul Gangloff (artist), Karin de Jong (Print Room).
In the realm of artist-designer collaborations, typography and DIY printing, the Dutch arts scene has maintained an innovative position. Publishing is not just a crucial ingredient of several independent arts organisations, it is the very means of circulating artists’ praxis. Through this conversation we invite festival participants to share their approach and methodologies in publishing as dynamic socio-cultural practices.