Category Archives: CBPA
The scoop behind a major CBPA exhibit.
Mark your calendars for what is sure to be an exciting day of panels!
Deadline: March 31.
CBPA staff member Jessica Cochran asks for volunteers for an exhibition she is helping curate.
Start your engines – the College Art Association’s annual conference begins next week, and InterArts students, staff, and faculty are playing a variety of roles in this important event.
The three-day workshop Art of Collaboration that ran during last fall’s semester paves the way for new collaborative practices between InterArts, CBPA, and Anchor.
The student-run Pulp, Ink, & Thread (aka PIT) club will meet in the Center for Book & Paper.
The selected graduate student will teach typesetting, basic design, and printing, and will oversee production of a eight hand-printed poems as part of Professor Ken Daley’s Victorian Illustrated Poetry class.
Heather Buechler investigates agricultural feedsacks and how they record the development of printing technology and rural America.
Students in the two-day workshop experimented with methods, materials, and new techniques.