Category: Book Arts Podcasts

Mindell Dubansky

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Metropolitan Museum of Art book conservator Mindell Dubansky speaks about objects made to look like books, and a handmade world where creativity is a way of life, in this May 13, 2012 interview at OxBow. Music is Lost Wind by Ichiro Nakagawa.

 
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Johnny Carrera

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Known for his remarkable Pictorial Webster artist book, Johnny Carrera speaks about book as creative catalyst, and his belief that the great artist books are like songs. Music excerpted from Michael Holland’s version of East Colorado Blues.

 

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Beatrice Coron

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Everybody has a story to tell, and the platform Beatrice Coron uses is paper cutting and book art. This interview was held at the Penland School of Crafts during its September 2011 Artist Educator Retreat. Is there a secret society of paper cutters? Music is Float Up From Depth by Adhesion.

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Julie Leonard

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An interview on July 20, 2011with Univ. of Iowa bookbinder and book artist Julie Leonard, at the Wells Book Arts Summer Institute, where she was teaching Historical Structures: Contemporary Context. Music is Keep It Sweet by St. Christopher.

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