Podcasts

Podcasts

CBAA-Karen Wirth

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Karen Wirth is chair of the Fine Arts Department, Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Presented as part of The Assignment on January 8, 2010 at the Collegiate Book Art Association meeting in Portland, Oregon. Music is brightness reef by all india radio.

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Combat Paper Project

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This is an October 18, 2009 interview with Drew Matott and John LaFalce of Combat Paper Project. It is an astonishing story of the effect of handmade paper on veterans. Music is Bollywood Nights by All India Radio.

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Kathryn and Howard Clark

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This is an in-depth interview with pioneering American papermakers Kathryn and Howard Clark of Twinrocker Handmade Paper. The interview was on October 17, 2009 at The Friends of Dard Hunter Conference in Atlanta. Music is There Is by Allison Crowe.

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Helen Hiebert

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Portland paper artist and author Helen Hiebert speaks about the magical qualities of abaca, and her books in this October 17, 2009 interview with Steve Miller at the Friends of Dard Hunter Conference in Atlanta. Music is morning drops by all india radio.

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Sukey Hughes

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Sukey Hughes, author of the seminal book WASHI, THE WORLD OF JAPANESE PAPER, speaks with Steve Miller on October 17, 2009 at the Friends of Dard Hunter Conference in Atlanta. Music is Deserted Feat. Miro by ambrish.

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Carol Barton

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Carol Barton, the Pop-up Queen, is interviewed by Steve Miller on July 15, 2009 at the Wells Book Arts Summer Institute, where she taught Paper Engineering and Sculptural Books. She reveals the secrets of the US Patent Office. She is the author of The Pocket Paper Engineer. Music is There To Sail by Digital Dream Society.

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Kyle Schlesinger

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Kyle Schlesinger teaches book publishing and history of the book at the University of Houston where he will produce the Fiction Collective 2 journal with students. Form is never more than an extension of content. Words have feelings too. An interview by Steve Miller at Hybrid Book in Philadelphia, June 2009. Music is Comin Down by Digital Dream Society.

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Carrie Galbraith

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In this June 6, 2009 interview Carrie Galbraith, a San Francisco book artist and teacher at City College, talks about accessible education for everyone. A first idea may not be one to marry. The music is Nature’s Dreaming by Alexandre Falcao.

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Peter Verheyen

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Peter Verheyen is Head of Conservation and Preservation at Syracuse University Libraries and the creator of Book_Arts-L, an online community that speaks to the whole spectrum of people involved in the book arts, and co-creator of Bonefolder, the online journal. Tune is Lullaby by Aaron English.

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Emily Martin

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An interview by Steve Miller with Iowa book artist Emily Martin of Naughty Dog Press, during The Hybrid Book: Intersection and Intermedia held in Philadelphia, June 5, 2009. Choosing one thing doesn’t rule out the other. Music Dark River Tribe by Dubtrak.

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