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April 2022 Bulletin

Upcoming workshops
We have two more workshops happening this spring!

With Love - Collaborative Zine Making as Love Letter as Transformative Act with Kyla Anne Spencer
April 22, 2022; 3:00pm-5:00pm at Parkway Central
Registration required. This workshop is currently sold out but you can join the waitlist.

Eco Printing for Book Makers with Cassandra Gunkel
May 22, 2022; 10:00am-1:00pm (Virtual) Save the date!
Registration opens on April 19 at 12:00pm

Register online
Member News
PCB Member Ditta Baron Hoeber is participating in the Free Library's "Monday Poets" program on April 18 at 6:30 pm. This virtual program is hosted by the Library's Literature Department. Find out more by visiting the FLP website.
Are you headed to the Manhattan Fine Press Book Fair? PCB members Luminice Press (Thomas Parker Williams and Mary Agnes Williams), CB Sherlock, and Marianne Petit will be there! Luminice Press will have a work in progress on display: a fine press artist book called "Spider and the Stars" that includes a pop-up spider (featured above).
PCB member Carolyn Shattuck has a new book posted on her website - ON THE BRINK.

From Carolyn: Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal according to the IUCN [ International Union for the Conservation of Nature ] These animals are poached on the black market mainly for their scales, which are highly prized for medicinal purposes in China and Vietnam
Artists' Working Group
The Artists' Working Group's next meeting will be Sunday, May 22, at 1PM. Due to the enthusiastic response, we will have a maximum of 7 presenters, but welcome those who wish to join us to provide feedback to the artists and give a brief update on their own projects.

If you're interested in participating, email Susan Viguers for more information.
RSVP & Info
UArts Book Arts MFA Exhibition
The University of the Arts is proud to host this year's MFA Book Arts and Printmaking candidates' thesis exhibition in the Hamilton and Aaronson galleries. Elaina Brown-Spence, Erica Honson, and Meera Mittal will be exhibiting their thesis work from April 18 through May 11, with an exhibition reception on Friday, May 6 from 5:00-7:00pm. The public is invited to view the exhibition, but please note, the University requires all guests to wear masks while indoors. The artists invite you to handle, read, and participate in the works exhibited. 

MFA Book Arts and Printmaking Thesis Exhibition
April 18-May 11, 2022
Hamilton and Aaronson Galleries, Hamilton Hall
320 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
Reception: May 6, 5:00-7:00pm
Share your projects with us!
With the move to virtual programs and activities, we've begun to miss our members. Email us ( with links to your current projects, workshops you're leading, or other book art related information. You can also share it on our Facebook page , or share it with us on Instagram - @philadelphiacenterforthebook.
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