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[BKARTS] Women's Studio Workshop Open Houses this Weekend (Sunday, March 21) - Rosendale, NY



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Open House at the Women's Studio Workshop

Sunday, March 21, noon-5

Join us in Rosendale, NY to visit WSW's studios and learn about artists'
opportunities.

WSW is located at 722 Binnewater Lane in Rosendale.  For directions,
<http://www.wsworkshop.org/about_history.html#directions>.

Now in our 30th year, WSW is the largest publisher of hand printed artist
books in the US.  Hosting residencies, fellowships, internships, and
workshops for artists in all stages of their careers, WSW maintains studios
in etching, silkscreen, letterpress, book arts, papermaking, photography,
and ceramics.

Join us this weekend in New York City or Rosendale to learn more about
WSW's rich history of publishing artists' books and supporting women artists.

Women's Studio Workshop: A Guided Tour of the Archives in NYC

Come celebrate the Women's Studio Workshop's commitment to printmaking and
book arts with a rare opportunity to view 50 out of print books as well as
new works from the largest publisher of hand printed artist books in the
country.

Recently published artists' books such as Grandmaclock by Elizabeth Zanis
and The Handbook of Practical Geographies by Heather O'Hara will be
featured.  Portfolios created during residencies at WSW by Tomie Arai and
Miriam Beerman will also be exhibited.

Women's Studio Workshop staff will be on hand to discuss this unique
collection of artists' books.

A Guided Tour of the Archives will take place in the workshop of Pelavin
Editions, the printshop of Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts, 13 Jay Street from 2-6
PM on Saturday, March 20.

Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts will be exhibiting Valentina DuBasky's "The Crane
and Heron Series" consisting of new paintings, works on paper, as well as
montotypes produced by Pelavin Editions.  Ms. DuBasky will be present to
discuss her work.  She has been printing with Cheryl Pelavin for over 20 years.

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