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[BKARTS] Stein Scholarship for Advanced Studies deadline approaching

Greeting from the Center for Book Arts,


Artists are invited to submit applications postmarked by May 1, 2009 for the
2009 Stein Family Scholarship Fund for Advanced Studies in Book Arts.

The Center will award 2 scholarships to individuals who have demonstrated a
commitment to the artistic endeavors of the book arts. The purpose of this
program is to provide opportunities to individuals committed to developing
careers in the book arts field, and to further the growth of this artistic


Stein Scholars will receive free tuition for courses and access to the
studios to develop their work for one year. They will have the opportunity
to teach certain core courses at the Center, depending on their background.
Scholars will act as shop stewards in the studios for a set specific number
of hours per week, supervising renters and volunteers in the printing and/or
binding areas. No travel or lodging reimbursements are available, though a
small stipend for materials may be provided.


Complete application guidelines can be found on our website here:



Sarah Nicholls

Program Manager

The Center for Book Arts

28 W. 27th Street 3rd floor

New York, NY 10001




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