Mills College Book Art

Mills College Book Art The Mills College Book Art Program has pioneered curriculum in book arts since the 1980s at Mills College in Oakland, California.
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Hoping to crowd source the name of this type face. I have a friend who is hoping to use it for something after finding i...
11/04/2019

Hoping to crowd source the name of this type face. I have a friend who is hoping to use it for something after finding it on this sign! 🙂 thank you!

Thanks to our club officers Katie Gross and Dante Sherrell, over 40 new members joined the Mills College Book Art Club a...
09/09/2016

Thanks to our club officers Katie Gross and Dante Sherrell, over 40 new members joined the Mills College Book Art Club at yesterday's club and community action event!

Visiting the letter form archive in the city. Check out their sweet site letterformarchive.org
12/04/2014

Visiting the letter form archive in the city. Check out their sweet site letterformarchive.org

Dennis Ichiyama visiting for the APHA Conference and giving the Visible Language course the low down on wood type, over-...
10/17/2014

Dennis Ichiyama visiting for the APHA Conference and giving the Visible Language course the low down on wood type, over-printing, and the remarkable stamps of SF Chinatown!

Kathy Walkup showing her class "The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer" from The Kelmscott Press printed by William Morris!
10/11/2014

Kathy Walkup showing her class "The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer" from The Kelmscott Press printed by William Morris!

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You like making book art. Do you like other people who make book art? & zines? Message me about volunteering at 17th Annual San Francisco Zine Fest on Sunday : ) Or sign up here!! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5Hi91dJLabuJ1_VPRC_T4O_bUFGADdwkytdUfTLfuU90ilQ/viewform It's a quick way to let us know when, how and what times you'd like to volunteer. (a Google form that can be completed in about five minutes.) SFZF2018 is on Sunday, September 2 Setup: 9-11am Exhibitors setup: 10-11am Fest: 11am-5pm Breakdown: 5-6pm We're looking for a few "room leaders" to do longer shifts and help each area run smoothly, including helping other volunteers get settled and know what to do. More info about volunteering on the SFZF website http://www.sfzinefest.org/ Tell your pals to volunteer, too. AND classmates, coworkers, teachers, neighbors, customers, parents, and the staff/patrons at your favorite cafe or bookstore. All ages and abilities are welcome to volunteer! The important thing is showing up for your shift(s) and of course, following Zine Fest's policy of respect for everyone present. Zine Fest is ADA accessible (all vendors, workshops, and the zine library). The small preview stage, where most of this year's vendors donate one or more of their wares for visitors to catch a sneak preview, has several stairs and a lift that sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. Questions? Email me any questions, concerns or accommodations you have and I'll do everything I can to meet your needs. Your help is super duper appreciated! Zine Fest needs you and loves you all a lot.
Creating Books/Creating Art: Artists' Books as Social Practice exhibition features student-made artists books as seen through the lens of social justice issues and movements. Students were encouraged to bring their own voices and identities into the class and into the work they were creating. This show represents the wide range of topics covered in class, and the topics of interest and importance to each student. April 17 - May 10 2018 CPM 121 Pocket Gallery Reception May 3, 4:00pm - 6:00pm