Book Arts Roundtables at MCBA

April 24, 2009

The following Book Arts Roundtables will be held at Minnesota Center for Book Arts. These are free programs open to the public. Mark your calendar today. Come and hear what other book artists are doing, learn of new opportunities in book arts, printing, and things related to books.

Tuesday, May 12, 7 p.m.
Participants in the 2008-09 MCBA/Jerome Book Arts Mentorship program present a peek at their past work, discuss the mentorship process and share their current explorations into the book arts.

Tuesday, June 9, 7 p.m.
Bolger Vision to Print president dik Bolger leads a discussion on print-on-demand and offset printing options for artist books.

Saturday, July 11, 3:30 p.m.
Book Arits Clair Jeanine Satin guides us through some of her unconventional and beautiful bookworks. Presented in celebration of the opening of her solo exhibitin at Susan Hensel Gallery, Minneapolis.

Tuesday, August 4, 7 p.m.
Kathleen Richert, Director of Artist Services at Springboard for the Arts, gives an overview of the organization's resources and services, including the emergency loan program, healthcare access, and legal assistance. Q&A will follow.

Consider This…
If you are interested in book arts, if you are a book artist, or if you are raising the next generation of book artists, take some time to check out free programs like the above at MCBA. You will find the roundtables a great introduction to the people and other programs this institution provides. Look into the many classes available from printing and papermaking to bookmaking. There is a wealth of experience and information in this fabulous institution. Consider becoming a member today.

    • karen
    • April 24, 2009

    Hi, Roz. Glad to see this post and that you are encouraging Twin Cities residents to join MCBA. They have so much to offer, and they need our membership. If you take a class there, join and enjoy the benefits of membership!

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