Book Artists Talk About Their Printed Craft | Civic Center
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San Francisco Main Public Library | 100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Submitted by the Event Organizer
A free lecture to accompany Bookworks 2011, an exhibit that celebrates the extraordinary books designed, printed, and assembled by professional book artists and educators across the country. Hosted by the Pacific Center for the Book Arts (PCBA) and the SF Public Library.
Book Artists Speak: a lecture
This event is a lecture from some of the book artists, talking about ideas and techniques, divulging what makes them tick. In a world of computers and screens, you have to wonder what keeps these artists enthralled in arts that date back thousands of years.
(This is event is not listed on the PCBA site yet but we promise it’s happening. )
About the Group: The Pacific Center for the Book Arts
With offices located with the San Francisco Center for the Book, the Pacific Center was formed in 1980 to foster and support the new direction of book artists’ various disciplines, and to provide a vehicle and focus for education, experimentation, and communication.
Categories: Art & Museums, Geek Event, Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco