Biasing the Non-Maternal, for WCA-CAA panel Maternal Art Activism by Miriam Schaer

Miriam Schaer will presenting her art work and research about childlessness on the panel Maternal Art Activism. The panel, chaired by Rachel Epp Buller (Bethel College) and Margo Hobbs, (Muhlenberg College) will be Friday Feb 17, at 10.30, in the Rendezvous Trianon, 3rd Floor. Other presenters are Amber Berson (Queens University) Tiffany Holmes (SAIC) and Erin L. McCutcheon (Tulane)

Don't forget: CAA is offering artists a one day 'pay what you wish' pass ($25. suggested fee) so you can come and see panels, as well as the publishers and vendors fair! The Conference will be at the NY Hilton, 53rd Street and 6th Avenue. Click here for more information.

Artist Book Collection for Telavi State University Grows! by Miriam Schaer

As some of you know, I will be in the Republic of Georgia this spring, working with Telavi State University with the Fulbright program! While I am there, I will be teaching artist books, and working to learn as much as possible with felt and other textile crafts with an eye toward their use in Artist Books! I put a call out-on Facebook and also the Book Arts List-serve for donations and have been overwhelmed at the generosity of the book arts community! Please feel free to see what's come in for the Artist Book Collection at Telavi State University, and I will post images as the books arrive. I leave at the end of February, and will be keeping a blog, so stay tuned!

Pomme 14, by Hélène Francoeur, one of the wonderful donations for the collection.

Pomme 14, by Hélène Francoeur, one of the wonderful donations for the collection.

Sculptural books included at Em(body) at the Preston Bradley Center in Chicago! by Miriam Schaer

I am so pleased to have my sculptural book works included in Em(body) at the Preston Bradley Center at The Uptown Arts Center in Chicago. This three part exhibition is a presentation of the Uptown Arts Center and is curated by Eden Ünlüata, co-curated by Colette Wright Adams, BJ Allen, and Michelle Graves. You can find out more information here: http://prestonbradley.org/ and the exhibition's FB page

Special thank you to Eden

 

Uptown Arts Center, 941 W. Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL