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    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 2:30 PM
    • Scripps College

      

    Goudy Lecture on Book Arts

    Stephanie Sauer
    A CASE FOR TRESPASSING: PRINT AND PUBLISHING IN THE FACE OF ERASURE
    Thursday, September 19, 2019
    2:30pm
    Hampton Room, Scripps College campus

    Murals, textiles, protest posters, diaries, zines, oral traditions, and cordel literature share a publishing history that rests outside of the mainstream, yet continue to influence book arts and independent publishers today. Stephanie Sauer discusses her interdisciplinary text-based practice in the context of systemic silencing and the dynamic print cultures that have emerged in its wake throughout the Americas.

    Stephanie Sauer is an interdisciplinary book artist, publisher, and the author of Almonds Are Members of the Peach Family(winner of the Noemi Book Prize for Prose) and The Accidental Archives of the Royal Chicano Air Force (University of Texas Press). Her work has been exhibited at the De Young Museum, NYC’s Center for Book Arts, and the National Library of Baghdad. She currently serves as a lecturer at the San Francisco Art Institute, founding editor of Copilot Press, and as managing editor of A Bolha Editora in Brazil.

    • 19 Oct 2019
    • 20 Oct 2019
    • Los Angeles, CA


    11th Annual Los Angeles Printer’s Fair
    October 19–20

    https://www.printmuseum.org/event/2019-los-angeles-printers-fair/

    • 02 Jan 2020
    • (CST)
    • 04 Jan 2020
    • (CST)
    • The Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
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    Intersections
    2020 College Book Art Association Conference - New Orleans
    January 2-4, 2020

    Conference Co-Hosts: Amelia Bird, Elizabeth Boyne, Jessica Peterson, Yuka Petz, Laura Richens, Sara White 

    To register, you must be a current CBAA member. Join or renew your membership  at https://www.collegebookart.org/page-363225

    Registration Rates:
    Regular Members $215 Early Bird / $265 General / $315 On-site

    Student Members $105 Early Bird / $135 General / $165 On-site

    Early Bird Registration: OPEN NOW through November 15, 2019
    General Registration: November 16 through December 1, 2019
    On-Site Registration: January 2-4, 2020 (opens online)

    A Registration Guide pdf is available.

    Questions about registration or the conference may be sent to meetings@collegebookart.org

2015 CBAA ANNUAL MEETING 

Points of View: Histories of the Present

Scripps College, at the Claremont Colleges, Claremont, CA
January 9-10, 2015


Registration is Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Clark Humanities Museum (http://wwcrippscollege.edu/events/clark).


Scripps College in Claremont, California will host the next CBAA Annual Meeting on January 9-10, 2015.  Scripps College is one of seven members of The Claremont Colleges Consortium located 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The theme Points of View: Histories of the Present focuses on approaches to teaching the recent history of artist books and how to locate resources to support that teaching. This meeting will capitalize on the diverse interests of CBAA members and look at topics in the history of our field from three points of view: from that of a scholar, a practitioner, and a librarian/collector/historian.

 

PROGRAM: Over two days, we will have sessions dividing artist book history into three parts with discussion surrounding representative examples: proto-artist books (Blaise Cendrars and Sonia Delaunay’s 1913 Transsibérien), the 1960s break from livres d’artistes (the work of Ed Ruscha), and contemporary book art using digital technologies (Sam Winston’s A Dictionary Story).  Each panel presentation by CBAA members, Scripps faculty and invited speakers will be followed by small-group discussions of the ideas presented. The second day will end with a Closing Conversation by Ed Ruscha, moderated by Marcia Reed.


For more details about the program, click here.

 

COMMITTEE MEETINGS: The CBAA Annual Meeting encourages interactions between members as well as practical discussions of the goals of the organization. Committee meetings will occur in two time slots, in which all members are encouraged to participate.

 

EXHIBITS: There will be an exhibit in the Clark Humanities Museum of books made by CBAA members, selected by Scripps students from Special Collections at Denison Library. Copies of the three books discussed in the presentations will also be on exhibit at the Museum along with ancillary materials. Other related exhibits will be presented at Denison and Honnold Libraries.

 

TOURS: Tours of a number of collections, libraries, and presses at The Claremont Colleges Consortium have been arranged, as well as off-campus tours to the Getty Museum and Huntington Library before the start of the Annual Meeting.


For more details about exhibits and tours, click here.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS: Doubletree by Hilton Claremont, at 555 West Foothill Boulevard, Claremont, CA 91711. Phone (909) 626-2411, FAX (909) 445-1829, Reservations (800) 222-TREE (or see direct link below). A block of rooms has been reserved; each room is $119 for a single or a double, from 1/8/15 through 1/11/15. Please use the Group Name, College Book Art Association, with the Group Code: CBA when making reservations for the hotel.

 

Our personalized web page for the hotel is: http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/O/ONTCLDT-CBA-20150108/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG.

 

AIRPORT: The closest airport to Claremont is Ontario Airport, 10 miles away. If you cannot get a reasonable rate to that airport, LAX is 55 miles away. You can schedule a SuperShuttle from each of several nearby airports for a fee.

 

The SuperShuttle Online Discount Code is  Z87GL  to get 10% off the normal fee for the shuttle from all nearby airports, which include Ontario (ONT), Los Angeles International (LAX), John Wayne Orange County (SNA), Long Beach (LGB) and Burbank (BUR). The link to SuperShuttle is https://www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=LNZQP.

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