Artist Books

Embraced: The International Community Roundtable, August 12 by Miriam Schaer

Felt book in progress, Alvani School, 2013

Felt book in progress, Alvani School, 2013

I will be participating in a round table conversation in conjunction with Embraced: The International Community, an exhibition organized by RIchard Minsky, on view at the Center for Book Arts. The panel will take place on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, at 6.30 pm. Panelists Steven Daiber, Takuji Hamanaka, John Ross, and I will discuss our projects and experiences working with the international book arts scene. You can get more information about the exhibition and the round table talk here

If you are in NY, I hope to see you there!

The Center for Book Arts, 28 W 27 Street, 3rd Floor, NY NY

 

 

 

Craft Power! at the Baird Center, South Orange NJ Jan 14 by Miriam Schaer

Last year I was fortunate to go to the Republic of Georgia twice, working with Clifton Meador and Melissa Potter, my friends and colleagues at Columbia College Chicago. In January we worked with women's groups to make artist books from felt-a local craft heritage. In June, I returned with Melissa to work more closely with Women's Fund in Georgia. Please join us on January 14, at 11.30 for lunch and an in depth look at craft and women's empowerment. Craft Power: Enhancing Women's Rights Through The Practice of Traditional Craft, is sponsored by the Book Arts Roundtable! Reservations are necessary and will cover the cost of lunch ($20/$15 for members of the  Book Arts Roundtable)  Call 973-761-7151 or email bookartsroundtable@gmail.com before Jan 1. Please join us!

Craft Power in South Orange

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here at Center for Book Arts in New York by Miriam Schaer

MSchaer_Witness1

My artist book, Witness, is included in Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here. The exhibition will be at 5 different locations in Manhattan, including the Center for Book Arts. Organized by Beau Beausoleil and Sarah Bodman, the shows will be up thru late September 2013.

The Center for Book Arts Exhibit - Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here