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Work by Book and Paper Alum Recognized Here and Abroad

{ Posted by K. Beste on 14.04.2014 }

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Artists’ Books by Christopher Saclolo (MFA 2013) are in two notable exhibitions.


2014 Guanlan International Print Conference Honors Anchor Graphics’ Director

{ Posted by K. Beste on 13.04.2014 }

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David Jones, Director of Anchor Graphics, will be the 2014 invited guest artist at the 2014 Conference.


Papermaker’s Garden in Competition for “Best of Downtown” Award

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.04.2014 }

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The Papermaker’s Garden is in the running for “Best Public Space,” for an award given by Civic Artworks.


Student Combines Performance and Book Arts in Pre-Thesis Presentation

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.04.2014 }

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Greta Bach will be presenting her work, titled FAULT LINES, tonight at 5:00 p.m. at 916 S Wabash.


Thesis-Year Book & Paper Arts Student to Be Fulbright Scholar in Romania

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 7.04.2014 }

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Along with teaching English, Jamie Weaver will be introduce bookbinding and illustration techniques to students and community members.


Zine Fest Photos Are In!

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 31.03.2014 }

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Click to get the links and information about the Zine Fest, held March 14 -15 at the Center for Book & Paper Arts.


Social Paper Exhibition Receives More Press

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 31.03.2014 }

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Both Printeresting and New City Design have positive remarks on this far-reaching exhibition.


Multiple Events Planned for Monday Nicholas Basbanes Visit

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 27.03.2014 }

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Acclaimed author and scholar Nicholas Basbanes visits on March 31.


JOB OPPORTUNITY: Printmaking Specialist (Shop Technician) Cornell University

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 27.03.2014 }

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Part-time beginning August 2014.


Melissa Potter and Jessica Cochran Published in Art in Print

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 17.03.2014 }

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Titled Papermaking and Social Action, their jointly written article explains the impetus for the Social Paper exhibition currently on view at the Center for Book and Paper Gallery.


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