Call for Papers, Entries, and Artists Opportunities

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"MCBA / Jerome Foundation Book Arts Mentorship Series VII”

Applications are now being accepted for MCBA / Jerome Foundation Book Arts Mentorship Series VII. Please read all eligibility and application guidelines carefully.

Application Guideline Information: MCBA_Information.pdf

The Book Arts Mentorship is an artist development program aimed at introducing book arts to emerging artists whose primary medium is in another discipline. There are many reasons to explore book arts as a new artistic medium. As a highly malleable and versatile form of expression, book arts extend the possibilities of other art forms. You can create a conceptual space. Experiment with sequence and visual or verbal narrative. Use book art forms to extend, explore, document or reexamine work produced in other artistic disciplines.

Since 1985, the Jerome Foundation has helped artists push the boundaries of contemporary book arts by supporting the creation of new work. Book arts projects funded by thirteen series of Fellowships and four prior series of Mentorships range from exquisitely crafted fine press volumes and sculptural books to documented performances and one-of-a-kind installations that “break the bindings” and redefine conventional notions of book form.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, September 4, 2018; 11:59 pm

Questions regarding the Jerome Mentorship Program may be sent to Torey Erin at

Caxton Club Grants 2018 Call for Entries

With the new school year fast approaching, we are writing to let you know about our Call for Entries for the Caxton Club Grants.

The Caxton Club, founded in 1895 to support “the literary study and promotion of the arts pertaining to the production of books,” extends its call for entries grants. Grants are awarded for expenses of up to $2,500 (each) for book-related projects to be completed during academic year 2018 - 2019. Grants totaling up to $10,000 will be awarded.


Applicants must be enrolled in a Midwestern university graduate program during the academic year 2018 – 2019 with a project in one of the following areas:
Book arts
History of the book
Library studies
Print culture studies

Library workers and other professionals seeking additional training in the above fields are encouraged to apply.

Applications are here:


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