Tag Archive: book arts

The Calligraphic Line: Joining Brush, Mind, and Hand – Barbara Bash

Jul 17, 2017

July 17-21 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $25 Class limit: 6 Student Material List Calligraphy is the most direct form of artistic expression. It calls forth the freshness of each moment. In this workshop, we will explore the world of making a mark – vital, essential, revealing. The practice of touching brush and ink… View Article

Full Tilt Bookbinding Session I – Susan Mills

Jul 03, 2017

July 3-7 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $60 Class limit: 7 Student Material List This class condenses lectures and demonstrations to cover material quickly.  We will bind a chapbook, accordion, papyrus scroll, Nag Hamadi single quire codex and a full cloth, sewn hardcover book – all in the first day – then move on to… View Article

You Are Here: Contemporary Cartography – Dahlia Elsayed

Aug 15, 2016

August 15-19 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $40 Class limit: 6 CLASS FULL – WAITLIST ONLY In an age of Google Maps and GPS, we depend on maps to locate precise spatial information, but what else can maps tell? How do we chart more intimate and ephemeral interactions with place? In this workshop, we’ll… View Article

Bookbinding: Case Binding with Rounded Spine – Abigail Bainbridge

Jul 25, 2016

July 25-29 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $45 Class limit: 6 Student Material List In this class you’ll learn how to make a traditional case binding from start to finish (although without cutting all the corners that modern machine binding does!). This is the style of your average hardcover book, with cloth covering and… View Article

Conscious Calligraphy: Joining Brush, Mind & Hand – Barbara Bash

Jul 18, 2016

July 18-22 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $50 Class limit: 6 Calligraphy is the most direct form of artistic expression. It calls forth the freshness of each moment. In this workshop, we will explore the world of making a mark – vital, essential, revealing. The practice of touching brush and ink to paper brings… View Article

Decorative Bindings – Debra Eck

Aug 03, 2015

Tuition: $775 ($698 members) Lab fee: $50 Class limit: 7 Student Material List This workshop will explore the intersection of sewn bindings with the possibilities contained in more traditional embroidery from many world traditions. The term ’embroidered bookbinding’ usually describes a book bound in textile, decorated with a design made for the specific book and… View Article

Image/Text/Print/Book: Letterpress Bootcamp – Toby Millman

Jul 27, 2015

Tuition: $775 ($698 members) Lab fee: $55 Class limit: 6 Class is full, call for waitlist Student Material List The purpose of this workshop is to bring together artists, writers, graphic designers and/or printmakers who want to put their images and words together in a small suite of prints or in a bound book. During… View Article

Experimental Drawing – Dani Leventhal

Jul 20, 2015

Tuition: $775 ($698 members) Class limit: 8 Class is full, call for wait list Student Material List This course explores drawing as process and drawing as invention with an emphasis on drawing as experimentation with mark and material. There will be guided drawings, collaborative drawings, ephemeral drawings and collage. There will be some observational drawing… View Article

Artists Online: Marketing, Promotion, and Documentation – Libby Clarke

Jul 13, 2015

Tuition: $775 ($698 members) Class limit: 8 Libby Clarke, artist and art director, will train you to publish your work across online channels (websites and social media) in as professional and comfortable a way as possible. She will teach you what options exist for publishing your online portfolio and how best to navigate them. You… View Article

Radha Pandey’s “Taxonomy of Shapes”

Apr 10, 2015

In the first part of this series, we met AIE Artist’s Book Resident Radha Pandey, an Indian-born book artist and papermaker whose love of materials, technical precision, and fascination with nature drive her work. She continues to explore human relationships to the natural and manmade world in her newest book, Taxonomy of Shapes. “What would… View Article