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Book Arts Program at the J. Willard Marriott Library University of Utah, Salt Lake City.



Book Arts Program at the J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah


ANNUAL SUMMER INTENSIVE
The Art of Papermaking
Session I: For Educators,
June 11th - 15th, 9:00 to 5:00
Session II: For Students and Community,
June 18th - 22nd, 9:00 to 5:00

The book arts begin with papermaking, and the Book Arts Program has
invited Jana Pullman to teach the 2001 summer intensive. Formerly of the
Iowa Center for the Book, Pullman served as apprentice to papermaker Tim
Barrett for four years.
These sessions will combine historical information with practical
experience, bringing together discussions on the history of papermaking,
demonstrations, and hands-on training.
The sessions will cover both Oriental and Western traditions of
papermaking as well as decorating techniques such as pulp painting,
marbling, and Suminagashi. Participants will gain an understanding and
appreciation of the evolution of paper through the centuries while
making traditional and contemporary papers.

Inservice credit or relicensure points will be available for Session I
from the Utah State Board of Education. The Book Arts Program gratefully
acknowledges the R. Harold Burton Foundation and the Salt Lake County
Zoo, Arts, and Parks Program, which have made it possible to offer
underwriting to educators for Session I of the intensive. Call now to
reserve your space!

Instructor: Jana Pullman, Minnesota State Historical Society
Place: Art and Architecture Building, room 178,
University of Utah
Fee: $400; Materials: $25


LECTURE
Confessions of a Papermaker
June 14th, Thursday, 7:00

Otherwise titled: “Everything I Ever Wanted to Know About Papermaking
was Developed in the Fifteenth Century.” Join the Book Arts Program as
it presents a lecture and slide show by Jana Pullman, instructor for the
summer papermaking intensive. Pullman will present her engaging journey
as a contemporary bookmaker who is beholden to the early traditions of
papermaking, printing, and binding. Come learn how one contemporary
artist balances more than five hundred years of influences! Free and
open to the public.

Speaker: Jana Pullman, Minnesota State Historical Society
Place: Gould Auditorium, Marriott Library, 1st floor


For further information, contact the Book Arts Program at the J.
Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah.
(801) 585-9191 or Marnie Powers-Torrey at <mpowers@library.utah.edu>


Madelyn D. Garrett
Curator
Rare Books Division Special Collections
Marriott Library  University of Utah
295 So. 1500 East Rm Dock
Salt Lake City UT  84112-0860
(801)585-6168  fax (801)585-3976



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