September 11th – 13th
Samuel Feinstein will be teaching a gold tooling workshop. Information about registration can be found here: http://book.grad.uiowa.edu/events/september-2015/gold-tooling-workshop-with-samuel-feinstein
September 26th - 27th
Elizabeth Munger will host a platen press workshop for UICB students and faculty at the Paper Nest.
October 1st – 4th
The Iowa City Book Festival will be held in and around downtown Iowa City. The UICB and the Iowa City Press Co-op will be co-hosting a table at the event. More information can be found here: http://www.iowacitybookfestival.org/
Gary Frost will be the featured speaker at the second annual William Anthony Lecture on Conservation. He will discuss the history and future of the UI Libraries Book Model Collection. 6pm in E105 AJB
October 16th -17th
Scientific Books and their Makers: A Symposium Sponsored by the University of Iowa Center for the Book, Rare Book School, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. More information about the symposium can be found here: http://book.grad.uiowa.edu/content/scientific-books-and-their-makers-symposium
Brownell Lecture in the History of the Book with Mary Fissell
Dr. Fissell is Professor in the Department of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, where she also co-edits the Bulletin of the History of Medicine. Her scholarly work focuses on how ordinary people in the past understood health, healing, and the natural world. 7:30pm in W151 PBB
UICB Open House
Exhibits from UICB studio classes in lettering arts, papermaking, bookbinding, artist books, and letterpress printing will be on display. 4:00-6:00pm Ground Floor, North Hall.
More information about each will be posted on the UICB website as we draw closer to each event.