Book Arts Baltimore - Programs

Suzanne Moore, Dynamic Collaboration: One Painter’s Perspective Loyola: Loyola-Notre Dame Library Auditorium
Apr 3 2017 @ 3:00 PM - Jun 17 2017

Suzanne Moore, Dynamic Collaboration: One Painter’s Perspective Loyola: Loyola-Notre Dame Library Auditorium

Suzanne Moore will talk about and show images of other artists’ work as well as focusing on a few of the thirteen interpretive illuminations and special treatments she painted for the Saint John’s Bible.

The lecture will be followed by viewing the facsimile of the St. John’s Bible in the permanent collection of the Loyola-Notre Dame Library.

Suzanne Moore, who lives on Vashon Island, is a lettering artist, printmaker, and painter whose eclectic interests fuse in the diversity of her artists’ books. Her books blend distinctive design, color use, and surface treatments with textual content and contemporary lettering to create work that obscures the line between word and image, legibility and abstraction. Ms. Moore is one of the artist illuminators that worked on the St. John’s Bible. Her manuscript and edition books have been acquired for private and public collections and she teaches in the U.S. and Europe.

Presented by the Fine Arts Department, Loyola University Maryland, Loyola-Notre Dame Library.

Oak Knoll Book Fest
Oct 6 2018 - Oct 7 2018

Oak Knoll Book Fest

Oak Knoll Fest XX is scheduled for October 5th - October 7th, 2018. The theme this year is "Bringing it on Home " in which Printers, booksellers, and collectors will discuss that theme in a free symposium on Saturday (10/6), focusing on the importance of fine press bookfairs that help expand the knowledge of the books arts.

The book fair follows on Saturday and Sunday (10/6 & 10/7). See this year's exhibitors, including 40+ printers from North America and Europe, here

We will also host talks by Pat Sweet, proprietor of Bo Press, David Sellers, owner of Pied Oxen Printers, Graham Moss, owner of Incline Press, and Rebecca Romney, bookseller at Honey & Wax Booksellers.

Locations: 
Oak Knoll Books & Press
310 Delaware St., New Castle, DE

Immanuel Parish Hall (Symposium and Speakers)
100 Harmony St., New Castle, DE

New Castle Senior Center (Fest Exhibition Hall)
400 South St., New Castle, DE

Cost:
FREE, but advanced registration is required for the syposium

Codex Book Fair and Symposium
Feb 3 2019 - Feb 6 2019

Codex Book Fair and Symposium

A large biennial artists' book fair with over 200 artists and vendors from 23 countries including China, Egypt, France, Germany, Israel, Mexico, and Russia.

Location of Book Fair

The Craneway Pavilion
1414 Harbor Way South, Richmond, CA 94804

Location of Symposium
Berkeley City Club
2315 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704

Dates and Times of Book Fair
Sunday, February 3rd - 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Monday, February 4th - 12:30 pm - 6 pm
Tuesday, February 5th - 12:30 pm - 6 pm
Wednesday, February 6th - 10 am - 3 pm

Dates and Times of Symposium
Monday, February 4th - 8:30 am - 11 am
Tuesday, February 5th - 8:30 am - 11 am

Cost of Book Fair
Multi-day - $30
Single-day - $10
Student - $5
FREE to symposium attendees

Cost of Symposium
TBA