Calendar 2014

All events are at Sebastopol Center for the Arts unless otherwise noted. go

June 12 ~ Opening Reception for exhibitionsBibliophoria III Juried Exhibition and related book arts exhibitions — Bound Together: Tablet to Tablet and the Bind, Stitch, Fold: The Sonoma County Book Arts Guild Show, 6 to 7:30 pm  Free

Bibliophoria Exhibition Opening ~ Lin Max, a best of show winner

Bibliophoria Exhibition Opening ~ Lin Max, a best of show winner

 

Bibliophoria opening June 12, 2014

Bibliophoria opening June 12, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 14 ~ Carving Workshop for Street Printing, 12 to 3 pm

June 17 ~ Carving Workshop for Street Printing, 6:30 to 9:30 pm

June 16 – June 20 ~ Book Arts Camp for Kids, 9 am to 4 pm

June 21 ~ No-stitch Star Book Workshop, 10 am to 4:30 pm

June 22 ~ Printing a Chapbook Workshop at Iota Press, 9 am to 5 pm

June 28 ~ Street Printing Festival, 11 am to 5 pm  Free

July 12 ~ Bibliophoria Walk, 9 am to noon  Free

July 19 ~ Gallery Talk with Mary Austin of the San Francisco Center for the Book (sfcb), juror for Bibliophoria III, 3 pm  Free

July 25 ~ Final day of Bibliophoria III and related exhibitions

 

Guten-Printer by Rik Olson

Guten-Printer by Rik Olson

 

3 Responses to Calendar 2014

  1. Farrell Winter says:

    Where is “it is” future? this is supposed to be about books yet it contains this blatant punctuation error? Hire a proofreader!

    • Hi Farrell,

      Thanks for your proofreader’s eyes on the web copy. However, I don’t see the error you mentioned. “Where is its future?” with the possessive pronoun “its” is correct on the home page. Let me know if I’ve missed something else. Regarding hiring a proofreader, Bibliophoria is a huge volunteer effort by many people, including myself. We strive for excellence, and we appreciate all the help we can get. I hope you visit Sebastopol Center for the Arts to see the exhibitions. With your literary interests, you will enjoy “Bound Together: Tablet to Tablet” — the history and future of the book. We spotted a couple of typos in the signage at the last minute as we were installing and decided to keep them to see if careful readers would spot them — a bit of interactivity to engage the audience. 🙂

  2. Farrell Winter says:

    Very clever interactivity. Yes I did see ” … it’s future….” Didn’t mean to be harsh. This stuff bothers me in newspapers and magazines, it’s everywhere.

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