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Keep Pressing On

Keep Pressing On

Letterpress in Protest On Saturday, May 30, 2020 as members of the WNY community protested the murder of George Floyd and many others as a direct result of racial injustices within our nation's police force, one of our Mohawk Street windows had been damaged during...

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Creativity is Contagious

Creativity is Contagious

Creativity is contagious Book Arts is curious! Show us what you've been working on!  Calling out to our teaching artists, members, supporters & creatively curious folks! We want to know what you've been working on as we put our life on "pause" and settle in to...

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Our response to COVID-19

Out of the safety and care for our community, teaching artists, volunteers, staff, and visitors, we have decided to close Book Arts until April 20th. All updates for programming, events and workshops will be listed below as this situation continues. If you have any...

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Celebrating the Women of WNY Book Arts Center

Celebrating the Women of WNY Book Arts Center

Celebrating the women of WNY Book Arts   March is for the ladies. In celebration of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, we're getting to know some of the women here at the heart of Book Arts. We're made up of a growing community of female...

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Get to know Artist Darya Warner

Get to know Artist Darya Warner

A conversation with Darya Warner Born in Ukraine, Darya immigrated to the USA in 2001 to pursue a career as an artist. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2014 with a focus on Bioart and pursued her Masters at University at Buffalo in conjunction with...

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Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color

Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color

Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color At 468 Washington Street, where imagination is always welcome and  creativity is something you can reach out and touch, everyone is an artist. Kiddos, families, lunch-breaking professionals, teachers, & more, activated all 3 floors of...

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