Offers a resource of letterpress printers and museums. Provides membership details and organizational goals.
Discusses the objectives of the society's study of books and manuscripts. Contains details of meetings, news, and courses.
Offers background on the organization, plus details about upcoming events and its publications.
Find an electronic meeting place for book artists. Includes galleries, links and forums.
Features details of the library of printing history at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Offers recent acquisitions and a virtual tour.
Club that meets twice monthly. Explore the club's history, view the meeting schedule, find book-related events, and get a member directory.
Preserves traditional methods of book-making and explores interpretations of the book as art. Find course offerings and contact information.
Lists classes, workshops, and exhibitions related to the book arts. Offers residency details.
Offers credit and community classes on bookbinding, paper making and printing. Get details of the MFA program.
Midwest chapter of the guild of book workers. Includes a membership roster, links, upcoming events, a newsletter, and meeting information.
Provides a historic overview of Johannes Gutenberg and his 42 line bible. Also features an essay on his hand casting invention.
Offers a list of printers' guilds and provides links to their print shops and museums.
Working and teaching museum is dedicated to expanding the community's knowledge of typography and printing. Includes contact information.
Find out about collecting and publishing miniature books from around the world. Lists articles, dealers, collectors and publishers.
Aims to advance the book as a contemporary art form and to preserve traditional bookmaking craft. Explore youth programs and publications.
Offers an index of Richard Minsky books with edition details. Also provides an exhibit catalog, and papermaking and book binding course details.
Book and literary arts center in Minneapolis is the first of its kind in the nation. Explains concepts and lists events.
Offers a vast resource of printing details including collections of paper, binding, design, typography, and publishing artifacts.
Society for book collectors and others involved in the book arts offers an introduction to exhibitions, publications and the history of the club.
Organization advocates legal protection of typefaces as intellectual property. Offers a guide to ethics in design, news and a mailing list.
University of Virginia provides exhibitions and training in rare-book preservation and publication. Find book history courses.
Artist-run organization provides studio facilities to working artists for printmaking, papermaking, photography and book arts.
Features an artist book archive and details the summer arts institute. Also offers grants and fellowship details.