CBAA Event+Opportunities Calendar

This calendar includes CBAA Events+Opportunities, Other Events, Workshops, Calls for Entry, and Openings. To submit a listing to this page, please email communications1@collegebookart.org. There is no charge for listings, which will be updated within a week of submission. If possible, please include a .jpg of a logo or image to be included in the listing.

Upcoming events

12 May 2019 • Ox-Bow, Saugatuk, Michigan
07 Jun 2019 • Oakland, CA

Upcoming events

    • 12 May 2019
    • 23 May 2019
    • Ox-Bow, Saugatuk, Michigan

    Paper and Book Inten­sive is an annual work­ing sab­bat­i­cal in the book arts, paper­mak­ing, and con­ser­va­tion for sea­soned prac­ti­tion­ers and moti­vated begin­ners. For more than thirty years, par­tic­i­pants have gath­ered together from around the world for two weeks of daily work­shops to pro­mote unusual lev­els of exchange, knowl­edge and inspi­ra­tion.

    PBI 2019 will take place from May 12-23 at Ox-Bow in Saugatuk, Michigan. Please view the entire course catalog on the website, http://www.paperbookintensive.org.

    The online application period begins on January 1, 2019. 

    • 07 Jun 2019
    • 14 Jun 2019
    • Oakland, CA

    The Mills College Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies 2019 in Oakland, CA

    The Mills College Book Art Program is pleased to announce the 2019 Summer Institute taking place June 7-14, 2019 with instructors Suzanne Moore, Clifton Meader, Béatrice Coron, and Barb Tetenbaum. The Summer Institute is open to all members of the national book art community and will include 5-day and 3-day workshops taught at the master class level.

    Session I: Friday through Sunday June 7-9, 2019
    Clifton Meador: Introducing Oneself to the Risograph
    Béatrice Coron: Cut Stories

    Artist Presentations: Sunday, June 9th 4:30 PM
    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.

    Session II: Monday through Friday June 10-14, 2019
    Suzanne Moore: Elucidare, Lettering as Image & Complementary Textural Writing
    Barb Tetenbaum: Animation + Letterpress

    Find out more and apply now at http://millsbookartsummer.org/
    Questions about the Mills College Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies or the application process, can be directed to BookArtSummer@mills.edu

    Mills College has a long history of teaching book art at the college level, starting with the founding of the Eucalyptus Press in 1930. In the 1980s, the first separate graduate degree-granting program in Book Art in the nation was developed at Mills. Today, the Mills College Book Art Program includes an MFA program in Book Art and Creative Writing as well as one of the most comprehensive undergraduate programs in the country. In 2016 we extended our programming to include the Mills College Summer Institute for Book and Print Technologies which included two five-day workshops offered at the master class level. We are pleased to announce that our fourth annual summer institute will include seven days of programming including two five-day workshops and two three-day workshops with public presentations by the four artist/instructors. Workshops will be fast-paced and taught at an advanced level. All participants must have prior experience in bookmaking, letterpress printing or printmaking, depending on the workshop.

    https://millsbookartsummer.org

    • 14 Jul 2019
    • 27 Jul 2019
    • Aurora, NY


    https://wellsbookartscenter.org/events/future-events/2019-wells-book-arts-summer-institute/

    Registration is now online

    This summer we have 6 classes to choose from each week.
    For more details on the 2019  Summer Institute, visit our Participant Info Page

    • 01 Sep 2019


    OPEN•SET COMPETITION & EXHIBITION 2020

    The OPEN • SET competition and exhibition is a triennial event in the United States, featuring finely crafted design bookbindings. Sponsored by the American Academy of Bookbinding, it is designed to encourage both new binders and professionals, and is open to binders around the world. OPEN • SET 2020 offers prizes and acknowledgement in two categories: participants may choose to bind a book of their choice in the Open Category, or bind a book that the competition provides in the Set Category. Entries are limited to one book per category, per binder.

    Binders from all levels and cultures are invited to participate, as OPEN • SET is not limited to citizens of the United States nor to students or affiliates of AAB. All entries will be reviewed by a blind jury of three professional binders. The three members for the jury are Monique Lallier, Mark Esser, and Patricia Owen.

    August 1, 2018: Registration opens
    May 1, 2019: Registration closes
    September 1, 2019: Submission due
    September 2019: Jury review
    November 2019: Non-exhibition books returned
    Full year 2020: Exhibition travels
    January 2021: Exhibition books returned

    https://www.bookbindingacademy.org/open-set/

    • 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/

    • 08 Nov 2019
    • 10 Nov 2019
    • Two Rivers, WI


    Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum Wayzgoose
    November 8–10, 2019

    https://woodtype.org/pages/wayzgoose

    • 12 Nov 2019


    “May You Live in Interesting Times”
    A Book as Art Juried Exhibition

    https://nau.edu/artmuseum/prospectus/

    The Northern Arizona University Art Museum announces a juried exhibition to be mounted in Spring of 2020. Open from February 4 until April 4, the exhibition, titled “May You Live in Interesting Times,” will present new works conceived within the conceptual category of the Book as Art, including Altered Books. The Museum invites submissions on significant themes derived from the issues we face here and around the world, including, but not limited to, environmental challenges, politics, immigration, race, and nationalism.

    Our 2020 exhibition will embrace widely varying conceptions of the “book” created in an equally diverse range of media. The Museum is producing this event in the firm belief that, in the age of virtual media, there is still a profoundly powerful effect to be drawn from prolonged interaction with a physical artifact in a “screen-free” environment.

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