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BAG Lecture

Joys of Collecting Designer Bindings

April 5, 2000 | Joys of Collecting Designer Bindings

Frank Buxton, a major collector of designer bindings, speaks about his collection, including the books on exhibition in Special Collections,"Recollections: Twenty-five Gold Tooled Bookbindings Created as an International Tribute to Bernard C. Middleton". Middleton is one of the leading bookbinders in the world. In Special Collections.  Read more...

BAG Lecture

Dominic Riley presents his work

April 27, 2000 | Dominic Riley presents his work

Restoration Drama:the Art & Science of Bibliopegy, a lecture by Dominic Riley. Dominic, who was born and trained in England, is an internationally known book binder and conservator who works and teaches in San Francisco. He specializes in Tree Calf bindings. Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 220  Read more...

OUGL, UW Libraries 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

BAG Lecture

Poet & Printer C. Mikal Oness

June 15, 2000 | Poet & Printer C. Mikal Oness

Singularizing the Dual Role: The Poet/Printer at the University, a presentation by C. Mikal Oness. Chad teaches at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and is a letterpress printer and publishes under the Sutton Hoo Press imprint.  Read more...

BAG Lecture

Dan Kelm on Poetic Chemistry

June 19, 2000 | Dan Kelm on Poetic Chemistry

Poetic Chemistry and Wire-Edge Bind: an Integration of Material, Mythology and Structure is the topic of Dan Kelm's talk at OUGL Room 220 on Thursday June 19. "Poetic Chemistry...attempts to combine the mystery of alchemy with the precision and reproducibility of chemistry.  Read more...

OUGL, UW Libraries 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

BAG Lecture

Sande Wascher-James & Her Work

August 10, 2000 | Sande Wascher-James & Her Work

The Connecting Thread by Sande Wascher-James. Sande draws on the rich traditions of fiber arts to create artist books which explore themes common to all women. The books employ the once “common” skills of quiltmaking & embroidery to present & compliment the artist’s text in a variety of binding formats.  Read more...

OUGL Library, Room 220 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm