November 25, 2015

98.  Robbin Ami Silverberg is an artist and founding director of Dobbin Mill, a hand-papermaking studio, and Dobbin Books, a collaborative artist book studio located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Guest host is Elizabeth Whalley.

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November 8, 2015

The Mills College book art department is currently under review. Mirabelle Jones and Kate Robinson are graduates of Mills' MFA in Book Art and Creative Writing program and are encouraging people in this brief appeal to join with them in support of book art at Mills.

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November 4, 2015

97.  Daniel E. Kelm operates The Wide Awake Garage in Easthampton MA where he designs and produces artist's books, interpretive fine bindings and book sculptures.

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October 21, 2015

96.  Joan K. Davidson founded Furthermore a philanthropic program that supports the publication of printed and illustrated books. Since its inception Furthermore has assisted more than 1000 publishing projects with grants that total almost $5 million.

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September 30, 2015

95.  The Pine Tree Scholars program introduces Columbia and Barnard students to the crafts associated with fine book production, such as typography, letterpress printing, bookbinding, and papermaking, as well as to the rare and art book trades.  The program is run by Teresa Harris, Curator of Avery Classics at Columbia's Avery Art & Architecture Library; Karla Nielsen, Curator of Literature in Columbia's Rare Book & Manuscript Library; and Shannon O'Neill, Associate Director of Archives & Special Collections at Barnard College.

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September 16, 2015

94.  Heléne van Aswegen is an art and book specialist in the Visual Arts Department at Stellenbosch University, in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

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August 5, 2015

93c. Repositioning the Archive

This three-part series investigates how the archive is repositioning, both as archival collection and as artistic tool. The series was organized by The Center for Book Arts.

Panel 3: “Artists Activating the Archive”
This panel examines the ways in which creative writers, visual artists, and performers are using archives as a catalyst in their own work and re-contextualizing archives as artwork. This panel focuses on the evolving collaboration between archival professionals and artists and how this new work is changing archives and art. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library

The panelists - D. Graham Burnett, Performance artist and writer, New York
Donald Daedalus, Visual artist, New York and past Center for Book Arts Scholar
Emilio Chapela Perez, Visual Artist, Mexico City
Lytle Shaw, Poet and Professor of English, New York University
Matt Wolf, independent filmmaker, New York.

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