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Workshops at Women's Studio Workshop

>Every Summer, WSW offers weeklong and weekend workshops in printmaking,
>papermaking, book arts, letterpress, photography, fiber arts, and other
>traditional media. SAI artist/instructors come from across the country and
>abroad, and are leading artists in their field. Workshops are kept small
>(enrollment is usually limited to eight), allowing for quality instruction
>and close interaction between the instructor and participants. Each year,
>SAI updates its workshop list in order to offer innovative approaches to
>traditional printmaking, papermaking, photography and book arts media.
>SAI workshops run from EARLY JULY THROUGH THE END OF OCTOBER. Workshops are
>held in Women's Studio Workshop's main studio building in Rosendale, NY.
>Call for a free catalogue, (914)658-9133, or find a full listing of
>workshops on our Home Page, http://www.webmark.com/wsw/wswhome.htm
>WOMEN'S STUDIO WORKSHOP, now in its twenty-third year, is a not-for-profit
>artists' workspace founded and run by women to serve as a supportive working
>environment for all persons interested in the visual arts and to encourage
>the general public's based in printmaking, papermaking, photography and book
>arts, and is the largest publisher of hand printed artists' books in the
>United States. WSW staff of artists coordinates grants, fellowships,
>internships, exhibition opportunities and Summer Arts Institute. Membership
>currently totals over 800 and is drawn from across the country and abroad.
>Women's Studio Workshop has been funded since its inception by grants from
>New York State Council on the Arts.

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Syracuse University Library
Syracuse, NY 13244

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