Tacoma, Washington - October 25-28, 2017
The Seminar on Standards of Excellence in Hand Bookbinding is the annual Guild of Book Workers conference. Held annually at a different location around the country, participants attend presentations by leading experts in the fields related to the book and paper arts. Tours of binderies, conservation facilities, rare book libraries and papermaking establishments are regularly arranged in conjunction with the event. A list of past presentations is available on the History of Standards page. Additionally, many Seminar presentations are videotaped and made available to members and for purchase.
Presentations and Presenters
AIMEE LEE: Make and Use Hanji: Applications for Korean Paper [Friday Morning]
SUZANNE MOORE: Much Ado about Nothing: Concept, Design & Techniques in Editioning “Zero: Cypher of Infinity” [Friday Afternoon]
GABRIELLE FOX: Covered and Visible: Protected Multi-section Pamphlet Stitch Structure [Saturday Morning]
DON GLAISTER: Gold Tooling in the 21st Century [Saturday Afternoon]
For more information go to: https://guildofbookworkers.org/content/standards-excellence-seminar#schedule