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AN INSPIRING WEEKEND WITH LAURIE DOCTOR

“Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.” The words of Ralph Waldo Emerson sparked the imagination of visiting artist Laurie Doctor who shared that inspiration with eleven CBAS members on April 20 & 21. In […]

MAKING A DRAGON SCALE BOOK – PRESENTED BY MARGUERITE KATCHEN

The Cincinnati Book Arts Society invites you to an in-person and Zoom meeting. Marguerite Katchen will demonstrate how to make a Dragon Scale Book on Saturday, June 8, 2024 from 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm. This will be held at the CBAS Studio #164, 2511 Essex Place, Cincinnati, OH 45206. Parking is available in front […]

PLAYFUL LETTERING

CBAS STUDY GROUP Playful Lettering presented by Karalyn Kavanaugh Saturday, May 11, 2024 from 2:00 – 4:30 pm Essex Studio #164, 2511 Essex Place, Cincinnati, OH and on Zoom Content for books is a topic many book artists struggle with. Join presenter Karalyn Kavanaugh and other CBAS members in the CBAS Studio or via Zoom […]

CBAS FIELD TRIP TO MANIFEST DRAWING CENTER

The CBAS Field Trip to the Manifest Drawing Center, 3464 Central Parkway is Monday, May 6, 2024 at 10:30 – early afternoon. The entrance is in the back from the parking lot – not the front door on Central. We’ll start with a short presentation about plans for the building followed by a tour to […]

NEW CBAS ONLINE EXHIBIT

Check out The Winter of Our…, a new online exhibit celebrating the change of seasons and featuring work by CBAS members Patty Bertsch, Jo Diamantes, Carol Freid, Janice Kagermeier, Marguerite Katchen, Claire Marcus and Carolyn Stewart. https://cincinnatibookarts.org/online-exhibits/ While you’re there, scroll down to see all of the other online exhibits highlighting some of the work […]

EXPLORING LOCAL LIBRARIES: THE JOHN PARKER LIBRARY AND FAMILY SEARCH CENTER

Cincinnati is a nationally known destination for genealogists. The John Parker Library and Family Search Center, located on the fourth floor of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, is a unique local resource for family history researchers at all levels. Free and open to the public, the library is named for abolitionist John P. Parker […]