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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 29 Jan 2009 to 30 Jan 2009 (#2009-31)



Celebration for Judith Hoffberg> Dear Friends,
>  
>  You are warmly invited to attend the celebration of Judy Hoffberg's life on
> Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009 at 11 am, at the art gallery Track 16 in Santa Monica's
> Bergamot Station  (directions at http://www.track16.com./contact.php)
>  
>  Several members of the local art community will speak.
>  
>  An artist's book will be created in her memory, and deposited with her papers
> at the University of California, Santa Barbara.  If you are interested in
> creating a page, please use 8-1/2 x 11" paper.  Let your inspiration be Judy's
> perpetual curiosity about anything to do with libraries, books, and all kinds
> of art. The deadline is July 31, 2009.
>  
>  There was a very nice obituary in Wednesday's Los Angeles Times:
> http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-judithhoffberg28-2009jan28,0,5648
> 915.story
>  
>  A memorial fund, the proceeds of which will be donated to either the Artists'
> Book Collection at University of California, Santa Barbara, or Judy's
> Umbrelliana collection at University of California, San Diego, is being
> established.
>  
>  Please forward to anyone who may be interested.
>  
>  We hope you will be able to attend.
>  
>  Amy Ciccone
:



On 1/30/09 9:00 PM, "BOOK_ARTS-L automatic digest system"
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> Topics of the day:
> 
>   1. Bea Nettles Lecture in Seattle Feb 5
>   2. Headbands as part of sewing of the book (2)
>   3. Leather skiving (2)
>   4. Portland Workshops
>   5. more books within (4)
>   6. Paulette Myers-Rich: 2009 Minnesota Book Artist Award Winner
>   7. Brown Bag Bindery Workshop
>   8. a new book using print on demand
>   9. Button hole binding
>  10. Bookbinders Warehouse (2)
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 06:26:23 -0600
> From:    Bea Nettles <bea@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Bea Nettles Lecture in Seattle Feb 5
> 
> Memory Theaters: The Photographic Book Work of Bea Nettles, lecture =20
> for the Seattle Book Arts Guild. Thursday February 5.
> 
> Free and Open to the Public. University of Washington=92s Suzzallo =20
> Library, Basement Room B69. Doors open at 6:45. Lecture begins around =20=
> 
> 7:15.
> 
> "I will give an overview of my work with the book form, beginning with =20=
> 
> my earliest mixed media books of the 70=92s, my offset photographic =20
> narratives, and ending with my most recent limited edition artists=92 =20=
> 
> books. As my work is autobiographical, I have explored my roles as =20
> daughter, wife and mother as well as my memories and relationships to =20=
> 
> particular landscapes"=
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> ------------------------------
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 08:27:49 -0500
> From:    "M. Mordkovych" <mmordk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Headbands as part of sewing of the book
> 
> ** From previous messages you missed **
> 
> Me:
> 
>  I am not just looking instructions on working endbands (I have them)
> Just to make my question clear : I need headband which sewn at the same time
> with the the textblock.
> 
> 
> These are known as integral headbands. I recommend Szirmai's "The
> Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding" (pp204-5) for a discussion and good
> illustrations of their construction.
> 
> Bill Cotter
> 
> Also check the Keith Smith books. They have some of that... If you
> know how to do sewn endbands, they can be adapted to being sewn with
> the text, but it takes some figuring. The plain wound primary is one
> of those...
> 
> p.
> 
> If available, see
> 
> Greenfield, Jane, "Notable Bindings", (2002 (not her usual treatment of
> headbands)
> 
> Szirmai, J.A., The Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding (1999)
> 
> Diehl, Edith, "Bookbinding, Its Background and Technique. Volume Two."
> (1980)
> 
> Alan Shalette
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott J. Coutts" <scott.coutts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2009 5:20 PM
> Subject: Re: [BKARTS] Headbands as part of sewing of the book
> 
> 
>> M. Mordkovych wrote:
>>> Thanks for everybody fir replies!
>>> 
>>> I am not sure when I will have access to all these books and materials,
>>> Anybody who can send me any online sources and/or scanned materials would
>>> be greatly appreciated.
>>> Particulary  sewing schemes w/o kettle stiches
>>> 
>> 
>> I don't know if this has been posted before or not, since I seem to have
>> missed a few messages lately!
>> 
>> Anyway, here's a blog post about how to do hand-stitched end bands
>> 
>> http://piedcrowpress.blogspot.com/2008/10/hand-sewn-headbands_23.html
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> 
>> Scott
>> 
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> ------------------------------
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 10:59:23 -0800
> From:    Bill Cotter <bill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Leather skiving
> 
> Hello All,
> =A0=A0 I'm looking for someone in the Austin area=A0are who can thin some g=
> oatskin for me. I have two cuts of black morocco, about 12 x 20",=A0of quit=
> e heavy substance, that I'd like to cut to about half the thickness.=20
> =A0=A0 Any leads will be appreciated.
> =A0
> Bill Cotter=A0=A0
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 11:50:34 -0800
> From:    Inge Bruggeman <inge@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Portland Workshops
> 
> Just a reminder not to miss some great upcoming workshops at the
> Oregon College of Art & Craft:
> 
> Tomorrow the 31st is an inexpensive one-day workshop on PAPERMAKING
> with Helen Hiebert where you can make some paper for your new artist
> book project or for a valentine for your sweetie!
> 
> Another great opportunity is a workshop by visiting artist Heather
> Green called POETICS AND TIME - ANIMATION FOR MUTOSCOPES which is
> March 7 & 8. The mutoscope is an early form of animation and combines
> simple digital photography with the book form. Here is more about
> Heather Green:
> 
> Her projects and installations employ an extensive range of media
> including traditional oil painting, letterpress, websites, mechanical
> animation, artist books, sculpture and photography. Her work focuses
> on the importance of biodiversity and ecology and examines nuances of
> place, memory and natural phenomenon.
> 
> OCAC has an array of workshops for all levels and all price ranges
> this semester - for more information please visit ocac.edu. Once
> there, click on 'Programs,' then 'Community Programs,' and then under
> Studio School Adult Continuing Education click 'More.'
> 
> 
> 
> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:49:19 -0600
> From:    David Esslemont <esslemont2@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: more books within
> 
> Take a look at The Eyre Affair, the first published novel by British =20
> author Jasper Fforde. It takes place in alternative 1985, where =20
> literary detective Thursday Next pursues a master criminal through =20
> the world of Charlotte Bront=EB's Jane Eyre:
> 
> 
> Single, thirty-something, Crimean War veteran and literary detective =20
> Thursday Next lives in London with her pet dodo, Pickwick. As the =20
> story begins, Thursday is temporarily promoted to investigate the =20
> theft of the original manuscript of Charles Dickens's Martin =20
> Chuzzlewit because she is one of the few people able to identify the =20
> thief, Acheron Hades. She comes close to capturing him during a =20
> stakeout, but is badly injured, saved by a copy of Jane Eyre that =20
> stops Hades' bullet. A mysterious stranger aids her until the =20
> paramedics arrive, leaving behind only a monogrammed handkerchief and =20=
> 
> jacket. Next recognizes these items as those of Rochester, a =20
> character from Jane Eyre, because she entered the novel as a child =20
> and briefly became acquainted with Rochester himself while she was =20
> there. . .
> 
> 
> David Esslemont
> 
> ******************************************************=09
> My Fellow Citizens: President Obama's Inaugural Address will be =20
> published by Solmentes at the Codex Book Fair in Berkeley
> 
> Codex Book Fair
> 
> www.solmentes.com
> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 16:17:38 -0500
> From:    Lavinia Adler <laviniaa@xxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: more books within
> 
> Why does this message keep coming through every few days? Is it happening
> to others?
> 
> On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:49:19 -0600 David Esslemont <esslemont2@xxxxxxxxx>
> writes:
>> Take a look at The Eyre Affair, the first published novel by British
>> 
>> author Jasper Fforde. It takes place in alternative 1985, where
>> literary detective Thursday Next pursues a master criminal through
>> 
>> the world of Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre:
>> 
>> 
>> Single, thirty-something, Crimean War veteran and literary detective
>>  
>> Thursday Next lives in London with her pet dodo, Pickwick. ......etc.
> etc.
> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 15:43:50 -0600
> From:    Jeff Rathermel <jrathermel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Paulette Myers-Rich: 2009 Minnesota Book Artist Award Winner
> 
> The Minnesota Book Awards Announces 2009 Book Artist Award Winner
> =20
> January 27, 2009, SAINT PAUL, MN =AD The Friends of the Saint Paul Public
> Library is pleased to announce Paulette Myers-Rich as the winner of the 200=
> 9
> Book Artist Award, an annual award of the Minnesota Book Awards.  This
> award, co-sponsored by the Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA), recognize=
> s
> a Minnesota book artist or book artist collaborative group for excellence
> throughout a body of work, as well as significant contributions to
> Minnesota's book arts community.
> 
> Myers-Rich works extensively with black and white photography, with artists=
> '
> books being her favored format as they allow the combination of image and
> text in conventional and non-traditional book forms.  "Contemporary book
> arts has given rise to a variety of structures that both embrace tradition
> and break with it," says Myers-Rich, "offering myriad forms and interesting
> challenges.  Yet, regardless of the approach to artists' books, for me, the
> practice of craft is important.  The book must be a compelling and
> satisfying object or environment that activates content, a work that
> satisfies the hands, the eyes and the mind." Myers-Rich won a Minnesota Boo=
> k
> Award in 2000 for her fine press book "Broder," an award she shared with
> poet Anna Reckin, and again in 2006 for "Ghost Poems for the Living."  She
> is an active member of several arts organizations, teaches at MCBA and
> several colleges and universities, and is a graduate program mentor at the
> Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
> 
> An exhibit celebrating Myers-Rich's work runs February 5 through March 15,
> 2009 at the Open Book building's Cowles Literary Commons, 1011 Washington
> Avenue South in Minneapolis.  A reception showcasing the exhibit takes plac=
> e
> Thursday, February 26 from 5:30 to 8:00pm at MCBA, with a brief program and
> presentation at 7:00pm.  The reception is free and open to the public, and
> features live music by Gary Schulte and Reynold Philipsek.  Exhibits of
> Myers-Rich's work will also be featured at other venues throughout the stat=
> e
> this year, including Saint Paul's Central Library where her work will be
> displayed March 23 through April.
> 
> Myers-Rich will receive special recognition and an award at the 21st annual
> Minnesota Book Awards gala on April 25, 2009 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel =AD
> Saint Paul Riverfront.  Awards will also be presented that evening to the
> winners of the eight book categories (Children's Literature, General
> Nonfiction, Genre Fiction, Memoir & Creative Nonfiction, Minnesota, Novel &
> Short Story, Poetry, and Young People's Literature) and the winners of The
> Readers' Choice Award, sponsored by the Pioneer Press and TwinCities.com,
> and the Kay Sexton Award, recognizing an individual for significant
> contributions to Minnesota's literary community.  Gala tickets go on sale
> February 2, 2009. =20
> 
> The Minnesota Book Awards is a statewide, year-round outreach program of Th=
> e
> Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library in partnership with the Office of
> the Mayor of Saint Paul and the Saint Paul Public Library.   Please visit
> www.thefriends.org <http://www.thefriends.org/>  or call 651.366.6497 for
> more information about the Minnesota Book Awards.  Visit www.mnbookarts.org
> <http://www.mnbookarts.org/> or call 612.215.2520 for more information abou=
> t
> Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
> 
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> 
> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:56:36 -0800
> From:    Sylvia R Alotta <sylvia@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Brown Bag Bindery Workshop
> 
> The Brown Bag Bindery
> The Sharpest Pencil Bindery is proud to offer the first in a series of
> workshops to make affordable, portable tools for students and emerging
> book artists. Many book arts facilities are limited in storage space and
> budgets to purchase additional equipment. Now students can begin to
> acquire equipment as they advance in their knowledge and skills.
> 
> Essential Tools 101
> Continue creating books at home after taking a workshop or community
> class. Complete and personalize: piercing cradle, sewing frame and
> finishing press. All tools are knock-down, hand finished with multiple
> layers of eco-friendly paints. A carrying tote is included.
> 
> Upcoming Classes
> Sunday, February 15
> Evanston Print and Paper ˆ Evanston, IL
> 847 475 7674
> 
> Sunday, March 8
> The Sharpest Pencil Bindery ˆ Berwyn, IL
> 630 334 7141
> 
> Saturday, April 11
> Columbia Book and Paper Center ˆ Chicago, IL
> 312 369 6630
> 
> To arrange a class for your group or organization contact
> sylvia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx For an image of The Brown Bag Bindery go to
> www.spbindery.com
> 
> Sylvia Ramos Alotta received her MFA from Columbia‚s Interdisciplinary
> Book and Paper Arts program. Before coming to Columbia, she was as an
> Automotive Designer for General Motors and proprietor of Design Alotta
> Inc. Currently, Sylvia is the sole proprietress of the Sharpest Pencil
> Bindery+Book Arts Studio.
> 
> 
> 
> Sylvia Alotta
> The Sharpest Pencil Bindery+Bookarts Studio
> 6511 28th Place * Berwyn, IL 60402
> 630 334 7141 T   708 484 9798 F
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:57:36 -0800
> From:    Ann Zuniga <annzuniga@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: more books within
> 
> Yes, it is.  I've wondered about that, too.
> Ann
> =20
> On Friday, January 30, 2009, at 01:17PM, "Lavinia Adler" <laviniaa@xxxxxxxx=
>> wrote:
>> Why does this message keep coming through every few days? Is it happening
>> to others?
>> 
>> On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:49:19 -0600 David Esslemont <esslemont2@xxxxxxxxx>
>> writes:
>>> Take a look at The Eyre Affair, the first published novel by British =20
>>> =20
>>> author Jasper Fforde. It takes place in alternative 1985, where =20
>>> literary detective Thursday Next pursues a master criminal through =20
>>> =20
>>> the world of Charlotte Bront=EB's Jane Eyre:
>>> =20
>>> =20
>>> Single, thirty-something, Crimean War veteran and literary detective=20
>>> =20
>>> Thursday Next lives in London with her pet dodo, Pickwick. ......etc.
>> etc.
>> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 16:04:34 -0600
> From:    Emily Martin <emilyjmartin@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: a new book using print on demand
> 
> Lasagna Then and Now.
> Long ago in 1976 under the tutelage of Kay Amert I learned to print on
> a Vandercook. I produced a mess of book called Lasagne, yes with an e
> on the end. Kay died last fall and that got me to thinking about that
> first printing. Anyway I have revisited the old book in a new form,
> using print on demand. You can take a peak at
> http://www.lulu.com/content/5798317
> 
> 
> Emily Martin
> The Naughty Dog Press
> 
> 251 Manchester Lane
> Iowa City, IA 52245 USA
> 319 338-5741
> 
> http://www.emilymartin.com
> emilyjmartin@xxxxxxxxx
> 
> The University of Iowa Center for the Book
> emily-martin@xxxxxxxxx
> 
> 
> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 15:45:05 -0800
> From:    Lisa Iversen <lisai@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: more books within
> 
> Uh-oh. As in the (Eyre Affair) book -- it must be a time slip...
> 
> --- On Fri, 1/30/09, Ann Zuniga <annzuniga@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> From: Ann Zuniga <annzuniga@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [BKARTS] more books within
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Friday, January 30, 2009, 9:57 PM
> 
> Yes, it is.=A0 I've wondered about that, too.
> Ann
> =20
> On Friday, January 30, 2009, at 01:17PM, "Lavinia Adler" <laviniaa@xxxxxxxx=
>> wrote:
>> Why does this message keep coming through every few days? Is it happening
>> to others?
>> 
>> On Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:49:19 -0600 David Esslemont <esslemont2@xxxxxxxxx>
>> writes:
>>> Take a look at The Eyre Affair, the first published novel by British=A0=
> =20
>>> =20
>>> author Jasper Fforde. It takes place in alternative 1985, where=A0=20
>>> literary detective Thursday Next pursues a master criminal through=A0=20
>>> =20
>>> the world of Charlotte Bront=EB's Jane Eyre:
>>> =20
>>> =20
>>> Single, thirty-something, Crimean War veteran and literary detective=20
>>> =A0=20
>>> Thursday Next lives in London with her pet dodo, Pickwick. ......etc.
>> etc.
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> Date:    Sat, 31 Jan 2009 11:11:14 +1100
> From:    Scott Coutts <scott.coutts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Headbands as part of sewing of the book
> 
> M. Mordkovych wrote:
>> ** From previous messages you missed **
>> 
>> Me:
>> 
>> I am not just looking instructions on working endbands (I have them)
>> Just to make my question clear : I need headband which sewn at the same
>> time
>> with the the textblock.
>> 
>> 
>> These are known as integral headbands. I recommend Szirmai's "The
>> Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding" (pp204-5) for a discussion and good
>> illustrations of their construction.
> 
> My appologies... As I said in my last post, I'd missed most of the
> messages from this topic (including the first one!) for some reason!
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Scott.
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> Date:    Sat, 31 Jan 2009 11:51:56 +1000
> From:    amanda watson-will <potsrme@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Button hole binding
> 
> Hi Joanna=2C
> 
> While I can't help you with your binding question=2C I was delighted to see=
>  your post with the link to your website. I saw your work at Noosa a couple=
>  of years ago=2C and particularly love "Conversations with Lucy". At the ti=
> me I "googled" you and found a few more images=2C but I am happy to have fo=
> und your site and look forward to following your work.=20
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> This is a truly amazing list - it seems "everyone who is anyone" in book ar=
> ts is on it!
> 
> 
> (All too) warmly=2C
> Amanda
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 21:25:59 -0500
> From:    R John Miller <R_John_Miller@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Bookbinders Warehouse
> 
> Dear friends, 
> 
> I am going back a way, but Talas goes back even further, but does anyone out
> there recall or remember Karen Crisalli and the Bookbinder's Warehouse? Up
> in the great state of New Jersey?
> 
> I think of Karen from time and again and wonder if she's still around and
> what she's up to.
> 
> Has anyone heard of or from Karen, any news to share?  Its been a long time,
> but I bought my first things from her and she was helpful, courteous and
> polite, always.   
> 
> But then again you all are and that's why I like being here.  
> 
> And yes, the Aire on Jayne Eyre was err a bit repetitive and I would if it
> was just for attention.  
> 
> Best, 
> 
> R John 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 22:19:50 -0500
> From:    "Peter D. Verheyen" <verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Bookbinders Warehouse
> 
> Karen sold Bookbinders Warehouse to Bookmakers many years ago. A 
> great loss and mistake.
> 
> p.
> 
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> Date:    Fri, 30 Jan 2009 23:13:25 -0500
> From:    Jet Foncannon <bolu.bolu@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: Leather skiving
> 
> I'm looking for someone  the Philadelphia area who can do somethig with 
> absolutely hopeless sharkskin.  It defeats even my Scharffix.
> 
> Bill Cotter wrote:
> 
>> Hello All,
>>   I'm looking for someone in the Austin area are who can thin some goatskin 
>> for me. I have two cuts of black morocco, about 12 x 20", of quite heavy 
>> substance, that I'd like to cut to about half the thickness. 
>>   Any leads will be appreciated.
>> 
>> Bill Cotter  
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