Book Arts Studio event series
August 26, 2021
Join us this fall for a series of online lectures highlighting the artists’ book collections within the library, online workshops designed to teach fundamental book arts skills in accessible formats, and an online Book Arts Symposium intended to bring together the various facets of book arts encompassing scholarship and expressions manifesting within the University of Michigan and related Washtenaw County community.
Inexpensive Bookbinding workshop, September 16
Inexpensive Bookbinding workshop, September 17
Handmade in Cuba: The Artists' Books of Rolando Estévez lecture, September 30
Michigan Minibook workshop, October 19
Michigan Minibook workshop, October 20
University of Michigan Book Arts Symposium, October 26 & 27
Artist’s Books Among the Shelves lecture, November 18
The Book Arts Studio at the library provides programming and outreach designed to support book arts related education, scholarship, and creative projects within the U-M Library and the various departments and colleges on campus with interests in the book arts; artists’ books; the production of handcrafted fine art and literary books; and teaching related to the book’s materiality, cultural presence, and historical precedence.
If you have questions or comments about the series, contact Kyle Clark, interim manager of the Book Arts Studio.