University of Michigan Book Arts Symposium

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When

Tuesday, October 26 · 11:00pm - Wednesday, October 27 · 12:30am

Wednesday, October 27 · 11:00pm - Thursday, October 28 · 12:30am

Where

Online

RegistrationRegister to attend
Event typeConference/Symposium
SeriesBook Arts Studio

For each of two evening sessions, four presenters — book arts educators, students, and/or community members — each have 15 minutes to share about a project they are working on or a facet of their book-arts-related work that they are passionate about. We'll have about 30 minutes after the presentations for Q&A or discussion. Please register above and we'll send you more information along with a Zoom link.

Presenters on Tuesday, October 26th include Lee Marchalonis, Fritz Swanson, Toby Millman, and Jim Horton. Presenters on Wednesday, October 27th include Ingrid Ankerson, Endi Poskovic, Gabe Brower, and Emily Legleitner. Read more about the presenters and their talks.

We hope you can join us for this first University of Michigan Book Arts Symposium, which was developed to build community, promote a sense of unity, and cultivate an atmosphere of collaboration and connection across the multiple manifestations of the book arts programs and educational initiatives on the U-M Ann Arbor campus and related Washtenaw County communities.

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