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Artist’s Book Yearbook 2014 - 2015
The next issue of the Artist’s Book Yearbook (ABYB) will be published September 2013 by Impact Press.
For the forthcoming issue we invite artists, presses, publishers, collectors, libraries, educational organisations, centres, fair organisers, studios, galleries, etc. to send us their information for inclusion. Artists may also list up to 3 books with (b&w) images. All listings are free of…
Finished my book, for Ocean Stories: A Synergy of Art and Science at the Museum of Science in Boston. Check out the website http://synergyexhibit.org/ to see the overview of the project between artists and scientists
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I need some feedback on this site from our members - can you describe for me what benefits you see from Artist Books 3.0 and why you think it is worth being part of this online community?
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AmARTI in Barcelona
Rassegna Artistica Internazionale presso la galleria Ada Art Gallery in c/dels Salvador, 8
in pieno centro storico di Barcellona.
Il tema della mostra è l'amore ed il vernissage è proprio il 14 febbraio alle ore 18 il giorno di S. Valentino!
Durante il vernissage ci saranno la performance con musica…
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Postal applications are being received now.
Artspace Mackay’s online application process for the Libris Awards will be active on Wednesday, January 25.
Contact: Artspace Mackay
Phone: (07) 4961 9722
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This page detail from the book contains some of the poem about th Icelandic language, written by Liz Cashdan. The earlier images look a bit odd, as I had changed the image to make space for the poem. So when they are shown without the poem they seem to look…Continue
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At last, after around six attempts, I managed to have the E-book 'Iceland stories accepted by Apple for the itunes bookstore. I kept getting two cryptic messages
'compound author, please separate
'Metadata linked to the feed by the ticket' which seems gobbledegook.
Apparently they found it difficult to accept three names with what we had contributed (e.g. images by, sound by and poems by), so I simply put all three names. In the end they put my name as…Continue
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Library Thoughts-3, Budapest 2013
Barabas Villa Gallery, Budapest
Entry fee: $35
1. Send the application form, artist resume/CV, artist statement, 1 - 3 still image work samples OR short video (YouTube) by email and application fee by PayPal ($35)
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Internships – Postmark deadline: February 15
Studio Internship: Studio interns are expected to have knowledge in printmaking, papermaking, and/or book arts. They assist with the ongoing operations at WSW as well as acting as assistants to artists in residence. Typical tasks include maintaining the studios, assisting in artist book production, cleaning, and general maintenance.…Continue
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Since I last posted about this I have a better understanding of the effect of serialization on traffic. It has tripled users and increased traffic from 2000 to 5000 human visits a month. Since I started this I have done three books. Each time, when the book finishes the traffic returns to the base 2000. The same has happened twice when the blog has been down for repairs. Each serial has prompted download of about 30 e-books. Unfortunately, there is no crossover from the blog to the web. With…Continue
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An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street - 15 artists needed!
On March 5th 2007, a car bomb was exploded on al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad. Al-Mutanabbi Street is in a mixed Shia-Sunni area. More than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were wounded. Al-Mutanabbi Street, the historic centre of Baghdad bookselling, and heart and soul of the Baghdad literary and intellectual community, holds bookstores and outdoor bookstalls, cafes, stationery…
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In late November there was a book launch for our newly published book 'Iceland Stories'. It was hosted by the Icelandic Embassy in London. It was a wonderful event. Our guests and ourselves were given a warm welcome by the Ambassador of Iceland to London, His Excellency, Benedikt Jónsson and members of his staff. If it all sounds very formal - it wasn't. With lots of wine, delicious eats, our four year old granddaughter, Nina, and one year old Rufus, son of Jen and Robin, how could it be…Continue
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These books will be on show at the Milk Factory Gallery in Station Street Bowral from the 12-27th January 2013.There are some wonderful examples of small artist books in just about every medium both from artists here in Australia and in the UK.The books have been in venues at Bristol,Cardiff,Herefordshire and Manly Library NSW.It has been a great experience as a book artist setting up this project. I will also have a 2 day workshop during this period at the gallery on the 19 and 20th…Continue