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Sep262019

MCBA Announces "New Editions” - Celebrating More Than 50 Local and International Book Artists

Via a September 26 News Release:

New Editions Celebrates More Than 50 Local and International Book Artists 

Minnesota Center for Book Arts hosts two-day showcase of all-new book art, including a public sale and book arts-themed Story Slam

As a hub for artists of all kinds—bookbinders, papermakers, letterpress printers, and more—Minnesota Center for Book Arts has devoted two days solely to the celebration of new book art created within the last year. The event kicks off on Friday, October 18, 7-10pm with a ticketed preview party, followed by a juried public sale on Saturday, October 19, 10am-3pm. 

“This year’s selection of work is fresh, fun, and really speaks to the depth and breadth of what book art can be. We love being able to showcase such a variety of artists and the various contemporary processes and themes artists are incorporating into their work,” says Torey Erin, Exhibitions and Artist Programs Manager.

“You’ll see examples of letterpress printing, bookbinding, paper making, zine making, marbling, calligraphy, typography, origami, collage, and more. This is a great event for members of the public who are new to the book arts and want to support our artist community, as well as for longtime arts lovers who want to add new work to their collection,” says Executive Director Elysa Voshell.

NEW EDITIONS PREVIEW PARTY

MCBA kicks off the weekend showcase with a ticketed preview party featuring first access to the sale and MCBA’s first-ever Book Arts Story Slam. Five local artists representing a variety of disciplines have crafted true stories inspired by the theme Book Arts Impressions: You Never Forget Your First! MCBA’s Story Slam lineup includes:

●  Kent Aldrich, Master Printer, The Nomadic Press
●  Robyn Awend, Artist & Director of Visual Arts & Co-Director of the Center for Arts & Culture at the Sabes JCC
●  Dara Beevas, Publisher, Wise Ink
●  Mary Bruno, Letterpress Printer, Bruno Press
●  Todd Thyberg, Founder, Angel Bomb

Ticket holders will receive a limited-edition tote bag, pictured below, which was printed at MCBA by screen printer Kirsten Olson and designed by Frankie Castillo, and will also have the opportunity to participate in a raffle featuring local goods and services.

New Editions is supported by Presenting Sponsor Star Tribune; Signature Sponsors Cathy Ryan and Doris Engibous; and Promotional Sponsors Bolger, Delaware North - Open Book At MSP Airport, Jennifer Martin, and The Sherwin-Williams Company.

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