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Foyles x ELCAF: The Elephant Hotel with Nous Vous

Saturday 3rd June 2017 11am - 12 Noon 107 Charing Cross Road Children's Event, Free Event

Foyles x ELCAF is a new collaboration which sees the UK’s largest independent bookshop teaming up with the East London Comic & Arts Festival to celebrate some of the best creative talent in the UK.

This year, we open our doors in Chelmsford, London, Birmingham and Bristol to host a series of workshops, talks and one-to-one meetings with illustrators, comic artists and experts in the field. Curated by ELCAF, this eclectic programme aims to celebrate the dynamic work of artists that are making waves in the UK’s independent comic, narrative art and illustration scene.

Invent your own elephant guests and create your own rooms at The Elephant Hotel with Nous Vous!

Nous Vous are a studio made up of artists and friends - Jay Cover, William Luz and Nicolas Burrows. They collaborate on a broad range of projects, from illustration & graphic design commissions to exhibitions, curatorial work, publishing and teaching.

The Elephant Hotel, a book by Nicolas Burrows, is the winning entry and result of the ELCAF Award 2016, which enables artists to realise their creative vision through a grant which supports and transforms an idea into a printed publication. 

Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
Tickets: This is a free event but limited. Simply add the required number of tickets below to your basket. Adults as well as children will need to book their spot.


Please note: no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!) the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

 

See our full Foyles x ELCAF programme here

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