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Organized by Barbara Henry, Text/Form Reading calls for emerging writers from of our Letterpress Printing & Fine Press Publishing Seminars to read works developed in-house. 2018 Participating artists are: Madeleine Barnes is a writer and visual artist from Pittsburgh. She serves as Poetry Editor at Cordella Magazine, a publication that showcases the work of women-identified and non-binary writers and artists. She is the recipient of a New York State Summer Writers Institute Fellowship, two Academy of American Poets prizes, and the Princeton Poetry Prize. Her second chapbook, Light Experiments, is forthcoming…Find out more »
Opulence: Roundtable Discussion
Join Curator Alexander Campos and artists for an in-depth discussion concerning the exhibition.
Look, Look, Look: Roundtable Discussion
Join Curator Elisabeth Lortic and artists Keith Godard and Coline Irwin for an in-depth discussion concerning the exhibition. There will also be a video of "Little Tree" fabrication by Katsumi Komagata.
Join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of our Summer 2018 Exhibitions:
Look, Look, Look...A Playful Book
Opulence: Not Everything that Glitters is Gold
Join us Friday June 22, 5-8 pm for our Summer Open House!
This event is free and will feature artist demos, tours of our space, a preview of our Summer schedule and more.
Join to make your own prints and books and enjoy a few snacks!Find out more »
Come join friends of the Center for Book Arts, Grolier Club, and other book and paper-loving organizations on Sunday, June 10, 2018, from 9am-8pm, for a special trip to the west side of the Hudson River, with special tours at Gomez Mill House, Thornwillow Press, Storm King Art Center, and the country home of book collector Szilvia Tanenbaum.Find out more »
Behtany Collins: Occasional Verse
Collins' Featured Artist Project is centered around America: A Hymnal, an artist book made up of 100 versions of My Country 'Tis of Thee from the 18th-20th c.
2017 Workspace Artist in Residence
Join Artists in Residence, Golnar Adili, David Rios Ferreira, Alicia Grullón, and Richard Tran, as they discuss their work and the year they spent in residence, here at the Center.
Women in a Golden Age of Artists' Books
In a roundtable discussion facilitated by Tony White, the printers will elaborate on their work, artists' books and publications, and the changing roles of women in the timeline of offset printing history.
The Center’s Broadside Reading Series produces 12 limited-edition letterpress-printed broadsides each year, featuring the poetry of New York-based writers of diverse backgrounds. Our Spring 2018 series is organized by Guest Curator Urayoan Noel, Puerto Rican poet, performer, professor, and polemicist.Find out more »