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Digswell Arts Fellow Jane Glynn and Trustee Jo Howe selected to exhibit at Turn The Page 2015

Written by Jo Howe

On February 26, 2015

Both Jane and Jo are delighted to have been selected to show, yet again, at Turn the Page 2015.

Turn the page artists’ book fair is a UK and International exhibiting and selling platform for artists who are creating work that is inspired by the structural and conceptual properties of the book form.

Jane Glynn

Jane Glynn

Jane Glynn

Jane Glynn, Digswell Arts Fellow based at the Fenners site in Letchworth will be showing hand made diaries, based on pictures made outside for every day of last year, inspired by the ‘Threads of time’ project initiated by Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies.

She will also be inviting people to create their own visual weather diaries.

For more information on Jane’s work click here.

Jo Howe

Nothing to Nobody Jo HoweNothing to Nobody Jo HoweJo Howe’s work is derived from the de-construction of an antiquarian book, ‘Nothing to Nobody’. The work questions our sense of self, focusing on disconnection, alienation and silenced voices, be it from external pressures and/or internal restrictions.

For more information on Jo’s work, click here

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