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Friday Evening PechaKucha Event!

The College Book Art Association invites new and current Regular and Student Members to submit proposals for a special event during the CBAA January 2019 Biennial Meeting in Tucson. This Friday Evening PechaKucha special event consists of individuals presenting 20 slides for 20-seconds each (in a timed slideshow).

More information can be found here:



Book Arts AN I M ATED!

A showcase of book art-inspired animation will be presented at the CBAA Biennial Meeting in Tucson, January 4–5, 2019.

You are invited to submit a film animation or an object that uses animated movements, such as flip books, thaumotropes, zoetropes, etc. Any image-making process connected to the book arts will be considered for the film animation screening: letterpress, hand-lettering, watermarks in paper, relief processes, silkscreen, intaglio, risograph, pressure printing, paper decoration, etc.

Photographic imagery is particularly welcome to segue with the theme of this meeting, but should show some connection to other aspects of the book arts.

Submit your work by December 18

Information is at this website:

Or, please write or call with questions on techniques or submission specifics to Marilyn at / 503-807-4825.

We look forward to seeing your animation
Marilyn Zornado & Barbara Tetenbaum


Art of the Fold: An exhibition celebrating Hedi Kyle's and Ulla Warchol's new book (Denver, CO)

Final submission deadline is December 17

The Art of the Fold - book works created with any of the structures in the newly published The Art of the Fold by Hedi Kyle and Ulla Warchol. The exhibition will be on view at various Denver metro venues beginning February 1.

Eligible are any artist bookworks created using structures found in The Art of the Fold, by Hedi Kyle & Ulla Warchol. Books may be editioned or unique, sculptural or more traditionally bound, interactive or passive. Books that measure more than 14 inches (closed) in any dimension are ineligible. Unframed wall works with maximum dimension of 24 inches in any direction, and weighing less than 20# are eligible.

Full guidelines online at For a printable, PDF version of the guidelines, please email

In Cahoots Book Arts Residency deadline October 25!

In Cahoots Residency is a new printmaking and book art residency in Petaluma, California. It is a place of collaboration and creative energy, a rare opportunity for uninterrupted work time as well as dialog with other artists. Our pastoral location and light-filled studios inspire emerging and professional artists to make new discoveries and leave with a renewed passion for their work.

The residency welcomes artists working in a variety of mediums, and offers specific equipment for letterpress, printmaking, and artists books as well as a separate charming writing studio. In Cahoots Residency hosts three to five artists at a time in 1-week, 2-week or 4-week sessions. Residents are provided individual guest houses (with kitchens) and 24-hour access to the spacious shared studios.

Applications now open! Three FULL GRANTS are available.
Applications received by October 25, 2018 will have priority choice of dates in the 2019 calendar year. After this deadline, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis for any remaining spots.

More information:
Macy Chadwick, director

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