Category Archives: traditional bindings

CCBG Exhibition 2011 – 1 to 30 November – Civic Library

Members of the public are invited to attend the Canberra Craft Bookbinders’ Guild exhibition of both traditional and non traditional bindings by members of the Guild.  You will find the books and their bindings of interest from an art and craft perspective and many of the books are innovative in their bindings.  Many members of the Guild have exhibited successfully overseas and interstate.

The exhibition is open at the library during the following times:

Monday: 10.00am – 8.00pm    Tuesday – Saturday:  10.00am – 5.30pm

Sunday closed

180 London Circuit,  Canberra City, ACT

 Click to download pdf file 806 KB CCBG Exhibition Catalogue 2011 

If you are interested in finding out more about bookbinding activities such as meetings and workshops in Canberra you can go to http://www.canberrabookbinders.org.au/news/ or email [email protected]

VickiW

Trad_Alt – entries selected by Di Fogwell

Di Fogwell has selected the following entries:

 
(a) best traditional Binding

 Rosemary Jeffers-Palmer

“Along the Track with Crosbie Morrison” (Catalogue No.11)

(b) best alternative binding

 Terence Uren

“Leaves of Irony” (Catalogue No.23)

(c) judge’s two personal favourites

 Dario Castello

“The Two Fires”

for the cover (Catalogue No.34)

Helen Jensma

“Worms Wood Book”

for inspiration/imagination (Catalogue No. 37)

Wood Worm Book

Trad_Alt, 1-14 October 2010, Exhibition of books, Civic library

Members of the public are invited to attend the Canberra Craft Bookbinders’ Guild exhibition of both traditional and non traditional bindings by members of the Guild.  You will find the books and their bindings of interest from an art and craft perspective and many of the books are innovative in their bindings.  Many members of the Guild have exhibited successfully overseas and interstate.

The exhibition is open at the library during the following times:

Monday: 8.30 – 5.30    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday:  10 – 5.30

Friday: 11 – 7 pm   Saturday: 9 – 4 pm.

180 London Circuit,  Canberra City, ACT

 If you are interested in finding out more about bookbinding activities such as meetings and workshops in Canberra you can go to http://www.canberabookbinders.org.au or email [email protected].

VickiW