Lafayette’s Special Collections and Art Galleries have teamed up to present two artists’ book exhibitions this semester and a Progressive Book Arts Feast on Monday, November 12.
3:30-4:15 p.m., Skillman Library
PLACE IT: A seminar for artist on placing work in collections.
Alex Campos, Executive Director, Center for Book Arts
Maddy Rosenberg, Artist and Curator, CENTRAL BOOKING
Bill Stewart and Vicky Stewart, Vamp & Tramp Booksellers, LLC
4:30-5:45 p.m., Skillman Library
PONDER IT. Artists and curators discuss the book arts.
Moderator: Karina Skvirsky, Artist and Assistant Professor of Art at Lafayette.
Panelists include artists Anne Gilman and Russell Maret, and curators Alex Campos and Maddy Rosenberg.
PLATE IT. Exhibit Receptions
Multiple, Limited, Unique
Skillman Library, (hors d’oeuvres)
Williams Center Gallery, (desserts and coffee)
Booked, Curator Maddy Rosenberg, CENTRAL BOOKING. The book as an art form is going through a contemporary renaissance. Booked will have one reexamining the book as more than a mere container of information, but as an inspiration for the artistic imagination. Williams Center Gallery.
Multiple, Limited, Unique, highlights over 100 items from the Center for Book Arts’ extensive permanence collection, including altered books, fine binding and printing, works on paper, and digital works. Skillman Library.
Williams Center Gallery, Morris R. Williams Center for the Arts, gps address 317 Hamilton St., Easton, Pennsylvania, (610) 330-5361, firstname.lastname@example.org, campus map.
Skillman Library, (610) 330-5410, email@example.com, building #29 on campus map.