I'm so excited to say that I'll be attending this year's Guild of Book Workers Standards of Excellence Seminar! I'm especially excited because the event will bring me to my old stomping grounds, Philadelphia. I went to the University of Pennsylvania for my undergraduate education and I love love love
Tag : Focus on Book Arts
Yep, it's another blog post about the Focus on Book Arts conference! I can't help it - I'm just so excited!I recently received a batch of FOBA brochures in the mail - they offer an overview of the conference, along with a listing of this year's workshops.When I opened up
The 2019 Focus on Book Arts conference catalog was just published - woot! They won't be mailing them this year, but you can download a copy at your leisure.Seeing my workshop in print makes my teaching there all the more real.This is so happening!I love this conference so much. The
I am thrilled to announce that I will be teaching a class at the 2019 Focus on Book Arts conference! Now that they've posted sneak peeks on their website and I see myself there (!!!), I finally feel comfortable giving the scoop.Here's the announcement (I just had to take a
Wow. I have not done one of these Worktable Wednesday posts in quite a while! I wish I had some work in progress to show you, but my table has been used for a different reason lately.The Focus on Book Arts conference is a month away. My original session of Three
Now through June 10th, the Focus on Book Arts conference has a Faculty-Staff Exhibit at the Collins Gallery of the Central Library in downtown Portland, Oregon. My artist's book/game hybrid, You Can't Take it with You, will be part of the exhibition.I'm so honored to have my work shown alongside such a spectacular group of artists.
As I announced back in November, I'm teaching a workshop at the Focus on Book Arts conference this June. I'm still pinching myself.Well, imagine my surprise when I found out that my workshop had filled up two days after registration opened! More pinching.And then I was contacted about teaching another session of
I got this in the mail yesterday:Oh.my.goodness. It's really, really happening now.I'm teaching at the Focus on Book Arts (FOBA) conference in June!Yeah, yeah, yeah, I've announced this before. I'm just so thrilled and excited to be teaching at a conference I've attended and loved for years - it just continues to
I am very excited to finally announce that I'll be teaching a workshop at the 2017 Focus on Book Arts conference! I would have written about it sooner, but honestly, I couldn't believe that it was actually happening.I tossed ideas around for weeks and agonized over my proposal before submitting it.
Today I attacked my first unfinished project - a book sewn on cords from a workshop with Patty Grass at the 2007 Focus on Book Arts conference. This one has long plagued me - eight and a half years of unfinished-ness.The book's time had come - I opened up the