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Podcasts

Betty Bright and Betsy Davids

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A conversation between book art historian Betty Bright and long-time book artist and educator Betsy Davids, as introduced by Kathy Walkup on January 12, 2008 at the founding meeting of the Collegiate Book Art Association. Betsy says the leading edge of books is interdisciplinary and to nurture the practice of criticism. With music by Sonic Deviant.

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Paul Wong

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Dieu Donne, founded in New York City in 1976 and dedicated to the creation, promotion and preservation of contemporary art in the hand papermaking process, has as its artistic director Paul Wong. He discusses its history and his life in papermaking on September 8, 2007, with Steve Miller. Music Ha Ha Nae Joy by el dog.

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Michael Bixler

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A September 3, 2007 conversation with type founder Michael Bixler at his shop in Skaneateles, NY. Michael says the problem with some printers is that they’re trying to save their type. Music is Library of Babel by Disparation.

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Rich Hopkins

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Rich Hopkins of Hill and Dale Private Press and Typefoundry in Terra Alta, West Virginia, fell in love with letterpress printing in high school and hasn’t quit. He became intrigued with the Monotype composition caster and founded Monotype U. An August 10, 2007 interview with Steve Miller at Penland School of Crafts.

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The Bread Oven

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Slightly off topic, Steve Miller is sitting cross-legged in front of the clay brick baking oven at OxBow 5am May 26, 2007, feeding logs to a fire to bake sourdough bread with Jon Hook, for breakfast at Paper and Book Intensive. He relives his formative days as a boy scout who was not able to light fires. Included is Galadrials Dance by dt king.

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Andrea Peterson

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Andrea Peterson, hand papermaker and instructor at Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts, helped get the paper studio at OxBow ready for Paper and Book Intensive. She is working to make the world green. Hear the voice of a devoted teacher and artist in this conversation with Steve Miller in a canoe at dawn on the OxBow lagoon. Music Hubble ii by Guardian Mind Mix.

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Michael Durgin

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Sitting in the hand papermill at Oxbow during Paper and Book Intensive, Michael Durgin speaks with Steve Miller about the excitement of co founding HAND PAPERMAKING and what it has been like to edit this critical publication.

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Jean Buescher Bartlett

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A May 25, 2007 interview with Ann Arbor letterpress printer and book artist Jean Buescher Bartlett by Steve Miller at Paper and Book Intensive, interrupted by workmen, dogs and leaping turtles. Music INTROVERT 4 by base box.

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Amanda Degener

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Amanda Degener, hand papermaker, artist, and co founder of HAND PAPERMAKING in a May 23, 2007 conversation with Steve Miller at Paper and Book Intensive. Music by Guardian Mind Mix is also featured.

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Paulus Berensohn

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What is the responsibility of the craft artist of the 21st century? On June 15, 2007, book artists, poet, and deep ecologist Paulus Berensohn spoke in Steve Miller’s letterpress printing class at Penland School of Crafts. Music by Guardian Mind Mix.

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