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[BKARTS] 2004 Residency Programs at The Center for Book Arts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rory Golden
August 14, 2003
THE CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS ANNOUNCES 2004 ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMS
New York, NY - As part of its continuing commitment to education and
innovation in the book arts, The Center for Book Arts will offer two Artist'
s residency programs in 2004.
The recipient of the Sally R. Bishop Artist's Residency will create a
limited edition book and teach a workshop at The Center during a six-week
residency. The artist will have the opportunity to live and work in New
York City from mid-June to the end of July. The Bishop residency award
includes transportation to NYC, living space, a $1500 stipend, access to The
Center's printing and binding facilities, individual studio space, an
assistant, a $1,000 materials budget, and an exhibit in one gallery case as
the Center's Monthly Featured Artist.
In 2004 The Center will continue its Workspace Grant for New York Emerging
Artists. The recipients of this award will be offered space, time and
support to explore the production and exhibition of artist's books and
related work. Up to four artists will have the opportunity to work at The
Center for a six to eight week period. The Center is committed to supporting
emerging artists, particularly those from cultural and artistic traditions
under-represented in the book arts field.
The Workspace Grant includes individual studio space, a $500 cash stipend,
full use of The Center's unique printing and binding facilities, up to $1000
materials budget, and an opening reception and presentation of the artist's
work in one gallery case as a Monthly Featured Artist. This includes an
announcement of the exhibit and a web page about the artist's work on The
Center's website. As part of the award, the artists may enroll tuition-free
in The Center's week-long workshop Bookbinding for Artists, or an equivalent
course in letterpress printing. An experienced printer and bookbinder will
be available to advise the artists on issues of materials and techniques as
they experiment with different book structures and processes. The Workspace
Grant for NY Emerging Artists program is made possible with public funds
from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.
Applications for both residency programs must be postmarked by October 1,
2003. For complete application information, see The Center's website
www.centerforbookarts.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or send an SASE
to The Center for Book Arts, 28 West 27th Street, 3rd floor, NY, NY 10001,
ATTN: Workspace for Artists Program OR ATTN: Bishop Residency Program.
NOTE: If your publication has a listings section for opportunities for
artists, the following copy is provided for your convenience:
The Center for Book Arts offers short residencies in its 2004 Workspace
Grant for New York Emerging Artists. For an application, visit
www.centerforbookarts.org or send an SASE to The Center for Book Arts, 28
West 27th Street, 3rd Floor, NY, NY 10001. Postmark deadline is Friday,
October 1, 2003. There is no application fee.
The Center for Book Arts seeks applications from book artists for its 2004
Sally R. Bishop Artist-in-Residence program, which offers a six-week Summer
residency to produce a limited edition book in The Center's studios. For an
application, visit www.centerforbookarts.org or send an SASE to The Center
for Book Arts, 28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor, NY, NY 10001. Postmark
deadline is October 1, 2003. There is no application fee.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS
The Center for Book Arts is dedicated to the preservation of the traditional
crafts of bookmaking, as well as encouraging contemporary interpretations of
the book as an art object. Founded in 1974, it was the first
not-for-profit organization of its kind in the nation. The Center organizes
exhibitions related to the art of the book and offers an extensive selection
of educational courses, workshops and seminars in traditional and
contemporary bookbinding, letterpress printing, fine press publishing, and
other associated arts. The Center for Book Arts is supported by local
businesses, various foundations including The Lenrow Fund and The New York
State Council on the Arts, and its members.
The Center is located at 28 West 27th Street, on the 3rd floor, between 6th
Avenue and Broadway. To get to The Center by train, take the N, R to 28th
Street and Broadway; the F to 23rd Street and 6th Avenue; or the 1 or 9 to
28th Street and 7th Avenue. Please call The Center for details on parking in
the neighborhood. For further information or to register for workshops and
classes, call The Center at (212) 481-0295 or visit
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