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Spandrel Reviewed by Molly Schwartzburg

Spandrel Reviewed by Molly Schwartzburg

Molly Schwartzburg, curator of the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections at the University of Virginia, recently reviewed SCAP’s Spandrel. She described it as “a dazzling example of the productive relationship that can exist between a book and its contents.” Spandrel was produced through a collaboration between Denise Bookwalter and poet Frank Giampietro and published by SCAP. Read the full review by Molly Schwartzburg at:...

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Music for Teacups at 621 Gallery

Music for Teacups at 621 Gallery

Melissa Haviland & David Colagiovanni will present their shattering exhibition ‘Music for Teacups’ on Friday, February 1, 2013 at Tallahassee’s 621 Gallery from 6-9PM. The exhibition will include the artists’ book they created with SCAP in in the spring of 2012, the video ‘Music for Teacups’ in which teacups break, bounce, shatter and twirl in a magnificent ballet of image and sound, and will feature a new performance ‘For Best’ in which the two will attempt to balance six sets of fine bone china on their heads...

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Bookwalter awarded commission for NEA funded project

Bookwalter awarded commission for NEA funded project

Collaborators Denise Bookwalter of Florida State University and Small Craft Advisory Press and Meg Mitchell of University of Wisconsin-Madison were recently awarded a commission from The Center for Book and Paper Arts, a program of the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago. The award came from the center’s new electronic publishing initiative, Expanded Artists’ Books, and is supported by an Arts in Media grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Bookwalter and Mitchell will work together over the next year...

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Spandrel featured on Vamp & Tramp

Spandrel featured on Vamp & Tramp

Spandrel, a collaborative project between Denise Bookwalter and poet Frank Giampietro, is featured on the Vamp & Tramp booksellers site.

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SCAP project in The Columbus Dispatch

SCAP project in The Columbus Dispatch

‘Music for Teacups’, a project by Spring 2012 visiting artists Melissa Haviland and David Colagiovanni, is mentioned in the Columbus Dispatch. The article also highlights the work of SCAP’s incoming resident artist, Michelle Ray, from the University of Alabama. Her book, ‘Observations’, took best-in-show. Click here to view.

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SCAP presents at CBAA Conference, January 2012

SCAP presents at CBAA Conference, January 2012

At the College Book Arts Association conference in San Francisco, Denise Bookwalter, Bea Nettles and Katie Baldwin will speak on their collaborative projects at Small Craft Advisory Press in a panel discussion titled, ‘Parachutes, Oranges and Code: Navigating the Collaborative Process’.

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Steve Miller Interviews SCAP Founder Denise Bookwalter

Steve Miller Interviews SCAP Founder Denise Bookwalter

Check out the podcast interview conducted by Steve Miller for his podcast BOOK ARTS AND POETS (University of Alabama Book Arts Program) with Denise Bookwalter about Small Craft Advisory Press. Availble here: www.bookarts.ua.edu or ITunes under the podcast “BOOK ARTS AND POETS“.

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