Check out this video of a really awesome pop-up alphabet book by Marion Bataille.
Don’t forget to join us for a Kilgarlin Center Forum this Friday at 4:30pm in the conference room (556) of the Sanchez Building. Alums Tish Brewer and Shannon Phillips will be presenting a talk entitled, “Starting a Private Practice in Paper Conservation”.
Also, if you haven’t already, it’s time to hit up the grocery store and create your entry for Saturday’s Edible Book Festival! The festivities will take place on the front porch of the Collections Deposit Library.
Spring is upon us, and once again it’s time for the EDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL! The festival will take place on March 29th, from 2-4pm at the Kilgarlin Center. All entries need to be submitted by 1:45pm that day. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
- Best in show
- Best Book Structure
- Least Appetizing
More information can be had from the Edible Book Festival website. Bon appétit!
If you’re interested in learning how to make a historical wooden-board model from start to finish, then you can’t go wrong with Jim Croft’s intensive Old Ways class being held this summer. The tool intensive workshop runs from June 24 – June 25, and the bookmaking workshop goes from June 26-July 11. Here’s a list, taken from his website, of some of the things he’ll teach in the bookmaking class: Two Days
Here are some useful links on interviewing. It’s mostly good, common sense (alas, there is no Big Interview Secret to Success), but it can certainly be helpful to review the finer points when prepping for an interview:
Watch in horror (or amusement) as a child facilitates the wanton destruction of innocent pieces of paper! Watch this movie at your own risk!