Last month, we shared that we were on the hunt to add a new Program Manager to our team, and we’re happy to announce that the search is over! We’d like to introduce you all to our newest member of staff, Jameson Alea.
Book Arts, much like Buffalo itself, is made stronger by those who make up the community. With innovation, collaboration, and creative curiosity, we preserve the art of printmaking and bookmaking: what was once the sole means of distributing information, now a way for...
JULY 15 – AUGUST 19, 2023
APRIL 21 – JUNE 3, 2023
15th AnnualEDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL May 6, 2023 • 11am–2pm What does your favorite book taste like? TASTY CREATIVITY • BASKET RAFFLES PRIZES • PRINTING & BOOKMAKING DEMOS& MORE! EDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL EVENT ADMISSION$5 at the door $3 for Book Arts Members Children...
A Reflection by Studio Intern Hsathablay Paw My name is Hsathablay Paw, I’m a studio intern at WNY Book Arts Center and I go to ECC (Erie Community College). I’m an undergraduate and am majoring in Liberal Arts & Science - General Studies. This year Spring is my...
MAIN & STUDIO GALLERIES
MARCH 10 – APRIL 14, 2023
BIANCA L. MCGRAW
FEBRUARY 3 – MARCH 4, 2023
14th Annual Last Minute Panic Holiday Marketplace Saturday, december 17 • 11AM-5pm The Book Arts' Last Minute Panic Holiday Marketplace is a vendor market just in the nick of time for this upcoming gift-giving season. A collection of 20+ artists and makers take over...
Western New York Book Arts Collaborative Awarded $30,000 in Recovery Funding from the New York State Council on the Arts
Western New York Book Arts Collaborative (aka Book Arts) has received three Regrowth and Capacity grants totaling $30,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts. These grants will support professional artist workshops, community art event programming, and...
NOVEMBER 19, 2022 – MARCH 4, 2023
NOVEMBER 4 – DECEMBER 10, 2022
A conversation with Studio Resident, Julia DzwonkoskiOur Studio Resident, Julia, embraces the accidents that can happen with letterpress and even incorporates them into her exhibition! She has been using a free-style, “mad libs” approach to her work: combining words,...
A conversation with Main Gallery Exhibitor, Muhammad ZamanOur Main Gallery exhibitor uses his work to share his culture and the languages that make up his identity. The "Illegible" series is composed of acrylic and mixed media on canvas and paper. The mix of languages...
Announcing the departure ofCommunications & Shop Director After five years of outstanding service to the Book Arts organization and community, Melissa Rechin, Communications and Shop Director, will be leaving Book Arts to pursue her next adventure. The...