The Cornell Book Arts Club was formed as a means to promote bookbinding, fine printing, and other arts and crafts related to books produced by hand. Its purpose is to bring together practitioners of book arts, and to provide a forum for education, awareness and advancement through activities such as workshops and public lectures. Although it is sponsored by the Cornell Library, membership is open to any one interested in the arts of the book. Annual membership is $10.
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To be Announced
October 2008 - UNSEEN HANDS : Women Printers, Bookbinders & Book Designers. A lecture by Rebecca Warren Davidson, illustrated with rare books from the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
October 2007 - A workshop on historic endbands and lecture with master bookbinder Peter Verheyen. Click here for photos.
September 2007 - A hands on workshop on the centuries-old art of making pastepaper. Click here for the CBAC Paste Paper handout which includes recipes and tips for making your own decorative paste papers. Click here for photos.
May 2007 - A special show-and-tell presentation on Cornell University Library's fine press and artist books. Click here for photos. For more information on the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections,
Cornell University Library: http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/
For more information on the Cornell Book Arts Club or to become a member ($10 per year) email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- American Academy of Bookbinding
P.O. Box 1590, Telluride, co 81435
- American Institute for Conservation (AIC)
1717 K Street NW, Suite 301, Washington, DC 20006
phone: 202 452-9545
American Printing History Association (APHA)
P.O. Box 4922, New York, NY 10163
Unseen Hands. (flyer PDF)