The Book Arts Program at the University’s J. Willard Marriott Library continues to engage. The latest piece about the program is on The Selective Echo (‘a blog of Salt Lake City at its contemporary best’).
One reason is the book arts program,
which includes the fine-press limited edition releases of Red Butte Press, has gained an excellent reputation since the press was established in 1984 and the course activities were initiated in 1995. Marnie Powers-Torrey, managing director and instructor, played a prominent role in the founding of the College Book Art Association in 2008, which now has 19 member institutions from around the country and will be holding a conference next month in San Francisco.
And for another:
Ingenuity never is scarce when it comes to the final student projects at the Book Arts Studio at the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library. For example, ‘Hubbub,’ was an imaginative collaboration of two sisters …
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