11 August to 14 October, Wollongong, and then travelling on to Lismore, Armidale and Orange: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/pages/place
Members with work in the exhibition: Caren Florance, Monica Oppen, Beverley Quenault, Terence Uren, Marama Warren and Vicki Woolley.
UOW website has information about getting there and they also run a shuttle bus. https://www.uow.edu.au/transport/index.html
Come along, be with other binders and share and learn together.
Type, tooling and titling. Be shown and assisted people in the use of the Guilds type and finishing tools.
Need assistance with your bookbinding project, there will be help on hand.
Paring machines will be set up ready for you to use.
Bookarts, Canberra and Andersen’s Bindery, Sydney are hosting workshops in 2018 by Coleen Curry from USA
Coleen Curry has exhibited internationally and her work is held in many private collections. She studied at the American Academy of Bookbinding (AAB) with Monique Lallier and graduated in 2009 with a diploma in fine binding. Coleen has won international bookbinding prizes and her work has been exhibited around the globe.
Articulated Leather Staple Binding – 5 days
Workshop in Canberra and Sydney
Leather Manipulation Techniques – 3 Days
Staple Binding in Stone Veneer – 5 days
Date: April 2018
2017 Australian National Conference of Bookbinders conference notes $20AU a set plus postage.
This edition full colour of 19 sections in sheets ready to bind, was produced as a record of the conference held in Canberra, ACT at the University of Canberra, 25th – 27th March 2017.
The typeface is Cambria and Book Antiqua.
To purchase a copy email admin[at]canberrabookbinders.org.au
Authors: David Lanning, Dominic Riley, Friedhelm Pohlman, John Mumford, Joy Tonkin, Magdalena Koziak-Podsiadlo, Michael Burke, Phil Day, Rosemarie Jeffers-Palmer, Stephen Byrne, Suzanne Schmollgruber, Terence Uren and Vicki Woolley.
The 6 issues of Raised Bands published in 2016 can now be downloaded from the Canberra Craft Bookbinders Guild website. Click on the Newsletter tab from the home page, scroll down and the covers of the newsletter will come into view.
Or copy this link into your web browser.
9 February – 25 March 2017
In association with 2017 Australian National Conference of Bookbinders
The best work of international bookbinders paired with the best work of Australia’s established bookbinders and ‘rising stars’ to change perceptions
about the craft of bookbinding and to demonstrate how traditional craft skills can be used to produce dynamic and vibrant contemporary works.
32 works of fine, contemporary, creative, challenging hand bookbinding
Civic Library opening hours – Monday to Friday 10am – 5.30pm Saturday 10am to 4pm
Download or view the Guild 15 Catalogue 1.95MB