Fall 1995 Book FOR[U]MS
BOOK ARTIST SPEAKER SERIES
September 18, 1995
Proprietor of Arcadian Press and Root River Papermill
and Associate Curator, Wustum Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin.
October 2, 1995
Proprietor of Jubilee Press, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
and 1995 Summer Visiting Artist, Minnesota Center for the Book Arts.
Amos Kennedy is currently a professor in the Department of Art, University of Indiana, Bloomington.
October 12, 1995
Collaborators and Proprietors of Tiramisu Press, Madison, Wisconsin
Marta Gomez is a book restorer, conservator and binder.
Ivan Soll teaches Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
October 23, 1995
Proprietor of the Midnight Paper Sales Press, Stockholm, Wisconsin
and former Artist-in-Residence at the Minnesota Center for the Book Arts.
October 30, 1995
Proprietor of Pentagram Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota
(formerly or Milwaukee and Markesan, Wisconsin).
November 6, 1995
Proprietor of Book Restoration and Conservation Co., Kenosha, Wisconsin
and Adjunct Professor at the UWM School of Library and Information Science.
November 8, 1995
Proprietor of Iguana Press
and Chair of the Art Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Eight book artists, printers, designers, papermakers, and conservators will visit the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee during the fall 1995 semester to offer public presentations about their book work and the significance of the book arts as a form and forum for self-expression. During their visits they will also participate in the inaugural Book Arts Workshop course in the UWM Art Department. This program is co-sponsored by the Golda Meir Library, Friends of the Golda Meir Library, and the UWM Art Department.
For further information, contact Max Yela, Special Collections, Golda Meir Library, (414) 229-4345; or Richard Zauft, UWM Art Department, (414) 229-6052.
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