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Book artist Mary Beth Boone came through for three days and made some cotton rag paper for an upcoming project. Here I am showing off her work before it’s hardly dry.
Next up for weekend workshops is at John C. Campbell Folk School. Join me if you can.
Howard Wahneta’s book the Turtle and the Hare (Dagasi nole Tsisdu) was finished recently, printed both in English and in Cherokee. Howard will be sharing his work with the Cherokee language revitalization efforts. Sgi, Howard!
Peruse the book arts and arts classes through the tabs above for 2015. Five visiting instructors and introductory papermaking workshops fill out the list. Binding Workshop with Jessica C White
Here are the awesome NC artists I spent the weekend with in Cary. It was a Creative Capital artist professional development workshop hosted by the NC Arts Council.
At Desert Island Supply Company: DOGGONE is an event celebrating the food and culinary institutions of Birmingham, Alabama, through words, food and letterpress. Featuring artist Frank Brannon and his one-night-only letterpress hot dog stand, DOGGONE was inspired by Frank’s recollections of … Continue reading
In 2015 SpeakEasy Press will be offering free workshops to learn about, and print in, the Cherokee writing system. Workshops will be held at SpeakEasy Press in Dillsboro and at Southwestern Community College’s Swain Center near Bryson City. Registration will … Continue reading
Join us near Bryson City, NC, at Southwestern Community College. We will explore printing in the Cherokee language, including historical and contemporary developments. Students will learn the basics of letterpress using a hand printing press. Students will first print in … Continue reading
I’m excited to be working with my collaborators in the nearby communities to set up a series of fall and spring workshops for folks to learn about the Cherokee language, and to support Cherokee language revitalization wherever I can. These workshops will … Continue reading