Events and Workshops

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Upcoming Workshops at the University of Utah Book Arts Program, Salt Lake City

Spring and summer workshop registration is now open at the Book Arts Program in the J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah! We’ll host close to twenty community offerings in book arts this year, including half-day, weekend, and multi-session workshops, as well as drop-in sessions and guest artist lectures. Please visit our website for a complete listing of workshops including instructor bios, class fees, and links to sign up:

To kick off our 2018 community programming, we’ll be hosting a 2-day workshop taught by Richard Kegler on April 13-14 on Modular Typography. We’ll also be showing a free screening of his film, Making Faces, on April 12 at 5:30 p.m. Here are the details for his workshop.


Modular Typography: Building Letters on the Press – Richard Kegler

April 13 & 14  Friday & Saturday, 10:00 – 5:00
Book Arts Studio, J. Willard Marriott Library

$195, register here

Using eight basic shapes and a consistent grid, participants manufacture experimental type on multiple flatbed presses. Kegler guides participants in designing and producing collaborative posters from assembled typographic scaffolding to build letters and erect words. The resulting varied edition is a construct of patterns and layers of color—a typographic mind map of the creators. Participants learn the basics of letterpress and problem solving while exploring the generative constraints of P22 Blox.
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Richard Kegler is the lead designer and founder of P22 Type Foundry. His background in typography and book arts includes ventures in bookbinding and letterpress printing. The historical context and physicality of type continue to be his greatest interest and shape the evolution of P22 in digital and analog projects. Kegler is currently the director at Wells Book Arts Center in Aurora, NY, a trustee for the American Printing History Association (APHA), and is former chairman of the board for the Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA). He has a master's degree in Media Study and produced the Making Faces documentary film as a culmination of his interests and experience.


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We look forward to a great year of community programming and we hope you’ll be able to join us for a class!

The Mills College Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies 2018

Oakland, CA
June 4-15, 2018

The Mills College Book Art Program is pleased to announce the third annual Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies taking place June 4-15, 2018. 

The summer institute is open to members of the national book art community and will include 5-day workshops taught at the master class level.

Session I: June 4-8, 2018
Sarah Bryant: Complicating the Surface: Spontaneity and Precision
Samuel Feinstein: Intermediate Finishing: Tooling with Egg Glaire

Session II: June 11-15, 2018
Jessica Spring: The Daredevil is in the Details: Mastering Letterpress Composition
Dorothy Yule: Inventor's Lab for Book Artists: Hybrid Accordions and Movable Book Structures

Artist Presentations by the Summer Institute Instructors: June 10th, 2018
2:30-4:30    Hellar Rare Book Room, F.W. Olin Library 

This event is sponsored by the Mills College Center for the Book and is free and open to the public.
Find out more and apply now at

Questions about the Mills College Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies or the application process, can be directed to

Announcing the first Connecticut River Valley Book Fest
Celebrating Book Culture in Western Massachusetts

June 10—14, 2018
Amherst, Northampton, and Easthampton Massachusetts
Scholarships for students are available. 

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