We miss you on a normal basis, but with all this social distancing we really want to see your smiling faces. So, please plan to join us for a Zoom call (or two or three) so we can chat for a bit. We are asking some of our friends from the print, design, and type worlds to be our guest and co-host for each zoom call. So we can see what they are up to and find out how you're doing.
Attendees: You. Open to the first 300 friends that join us.
Topic: What are our guest co-hosts doing? What are you up to? What are you making?
Duration: About an hour-ish.
Note: Meeting recorded and distributed for posterity's sake.
Currently Scheduled Dates for Hamilton Hangs:
A tour of recent work and a stencil demo. Graham is a papermaker, printmaker, book artist, and fiber artist based in Atlanta, GA. She is an accomplished curator and arts educator. She seeks to whittle the essence of the image down to intimate, poetic observations about humanity and encourage socially–minded introspection.
An inside look at the making of of Drew's ABC's book project and recent work. BRED is the graphic design studio, research and design education lab of Brenda McManus and Ned Drew. Their collaborative studio-based research often explores contemporary issues in design with a focus on how education can influence the creative industry.
The RIT Cary Collection is preserving a rare collection of Hebrew wood types used by the Jewish-American press at the turn of the 20th century. The Cary Graphic Arts Collection at RIT Libraries is one of the world’s premier libraries on graphic communication history and practices. Their growing library holds over 45,000 volumes and over 130 archival collections.
Jackie Vossler will share information about book arts grants and upcoming projects. The Caxton Club brings together archivists, authors, binders, book artists, collectors, conservators, booksellers, designers, editors, librarians, publishers, scholars, and others. Throughout its 125 years, the Caxton Club has published fine books on a variety of subjects, including Americana, art history, the book arts, the history of printing and collecting, and literature.
More information soon!
Landerman will discuss his upcoming show and research and share the Indiana University type collection with us. By anthropomorphizing animals and placing them in vulnerable or human-like positions, Landerman encourages a connection between viewers and subject. His intent is to encourage a reconnection between people and animals and foster a sense of social responsibility.
A personal visit with the Signal-Return team. Signal-Return is a Detroit nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and teaching traditional letterpress printing, and building a community center for art, craft, design and collaboration.
Don't miss the earlier Hamilton Hangs we've had:
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