September brings with it:
1. One (successful) Open House/ Closing Party! Thanks to everyone who attended last Saturday's open house, and special thanks to the artists who shared their work with us, Beatrice Coron, Colette Fu and Katie Baldwin. We had a great crowd and a lot of fun.
2. New Exhibitions! We've started installing the fall exhibitions. The opening reception for Ear to the Page, Catya Plate's Featured Artist Project Clothespin Tarot and Barbara Tetenbaum and the Triangular Press: Recent Works will be next Wednesday night, September 22, at 6pm.
3. New Classes! Pop Up Paper Engineering is coming up next weekend, September 25-26, with Laura Bellmont. Register now! Here's all the info you need.
4. New Publications! Chapbooks are being produced right now for the reading on September 29, at 6:30. Alexander Long will read from his winning manuscript Still Life, and we'll also hear from judges Terrance Hayes and Sharon Dolin, as well as our Honorable Mentions Jennifer Perrine, Deborah Flanagan, and Hadara Bar-Nadav.
5. New Events! The Center for Book Arts is pleased to be part of the Maker Faire, on Sunday September 26th, 10 am to 6pm at the New York Hall of Science in Queens. Maker Faire is a newfangled fair that brings together science, art, craft and engineering plus music in a fun, energized, and exciting public forum. The aim is to inspire people of all ages to roll up their sleeves and become makers. The Center will be in attendance showing off our bookmaking prowess in the Library of the Hall of Science, so please some and say hello! There's more information on their website.