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 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

06 Feb 2023 • Rochester Public Library, Rochester, NY
06 Feb 2023 • Northern Italy
14 Mar 2023 (MDT) • University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City, UT

Upcoming events

    • 06 Feb 2023
    • 15 May 2023
    • Rochester Public Library, Rochester, NY

    Call for Entries: The Art of the Book & Paper 2023

    May 15, 2023: Deadline for receipt of entry form and fees.

    June 20-24, 2023: E-mailing of judges’ results – accepted or declined

    August 7, 2023: Deadline for receipt of accepted work via mail or in person. Work not delivered

    during scheduled times will not be included in the exhibition.

    September 18, 2023: Show opens, TBD: Reception, Award Ceremony

    January 6, 2024: Exhibit closes.

    January 9-16, 2024: Artwork shipped to artists.
    Appointments required for in-person pickups. Do not submit work if you cannot deliver and/or pick up work on the dates listed above.NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE FOR ANY DETAIL LISTED ABOVE OR TO ANY STATED DEADLINES.

    The prospectus can also be downloaded from The Rochester Public Library’s website at:

    Contact Information:
    Alicia Gunther 585-428-8053
    Corinne Clar 585-428-8303
    Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County 115 South Ave. Rochester, NY 14604 USA – Be sure to indicate the topic of the message. 

    • 06 Feb 2023
    • 27 May 2023
    • Northern Italy

    2023 Paper/Print/Book Tour of Northern Italy! INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:

    PHOTOS-- Instagram@lynnsures #GiroDelNord2022 or

    FACEBOOK--Fabriano Paper/Print/Book

    TO REGISTER: contact or go to

    • 14 Mar 2023
    • (MDT)
    • 18 Jun 2023
    • (MDT)
    • University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City, UT

    Interpretive Anecdotes on the Risograph 
    Tricia Treacy

    June 16 & 17
    Friday & Saturday, 10 am–5 pm

    In this workshop, participants experience accelerated collaborations through brief, brainstorming sessions and use of the Risograph as a generative tool for making. The ideation process begins with interpreting a story from audio samples and continues with prompts that allow participants to accidentally recreate/rethink/mash-up stories. These audio stories and a shared reserve of found images serve as catalysts for small groups to visualize an intersection of the narratives and develop two-page spreads for inclusion in a collective booklet. Each participant leaves with a copy or two of the editioned book and the skills to print on the spectacular Risograph.

    Tricia Treacy is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, and educator raised in an Irish American family whose experimental and collaborative practice intersects print media, design, and publishing into participatory projects. She attempts to blur the boundaries between art and design while extending the notion of a book. Creative research has been presented at venues including Atypi (Hong Kong + Barcelona), the Type Directors Club (New York), Tasmeen biennial Art + Design conference (Doha, Qatar), and TypeCon national conferences. She was awarded the Rome Prize in Design from the American Academy in Rome, a Center for Craft, Creativity and Design Project Grant, and a Women in Design Biennial Special Mention Researchers Award from Association Italian Design of Visual Communication. Her work has been exhibited widely and books are housed in over sixty collections. Tricia is an associate professor of studio art at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH and holds an M.F.A.(Printmaking) from The University of the Arts.

    Space is limited—we hope that you can join us!

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