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P22 and WNYBAC Internships Available

January 9, 2009  by: Dom

Internships available at P22 Type Foundry and the Western New York Book Arts Collaborative Internships are 1-5 credit hours and unpaid. Hours are flexible. Enthusiasm a plus. Internships are meant to provide professional experience and familiarizes students with practices and expectations in the field.  P22 Pre Requisites: basic knowledge of bezier curves and html + a healthy obsession with Read More

UB Visual Studies Print Media Program at WNYBAC’s Last Minute Panic Holiday Gift Marketplace, 2008

December 8, 2008  by: Jeff Sherven

UB’s Dept of Visual Studies Print Media Program will be represented at WNYBAC’s Last Minute Panic Holiday Gift Marketplace, Dec 20, 2008, 11am-4pm 468 Washington St. – on the corner of Washington & Mohawk. Prints, printed ephemera and small journal sketch-books from Print Media & Book Design students & alumni.

Hot & Now – 13th Annual Holiday Print Sale

November 12, 2008  by: Dom

Hot & Now – fresh out of the oven 13th Annual Holiday Print Sale Benefit & Exhibition Supporting Student Research and Scholarship in Print Media through the UBF ePic Fund WHAT/WHY Print Media & Visual Studies presents the 13th Annual Holiday Print Sale Benefit. A One Day sale of Print Media Works by UB Students Read More

Western NY Book Arts Collaborative Fall Workshops

September 25, 2008  by: Dom

WNYBAC is pleased to announce its Fall 2008 workshop series. This first series at its new home at 468 Washington Street in downtown Buffalo covers some basic intro classes in printing & book binding. As facilities & demand increase, we will offer additional and more in-depth classes. We have kept the fees reasonable (plus WNYBAC Read More

WNY Book Arts Workshops

February 7, 2008  by: Jeff Sherven

WNYBookarts Workshops @ VS UB Students Receive Member Pricing! Details & Events At: March 1 Zine Publishing & Distribution B37/38 CFA Instructors: Amy Greenan & Joel Brendan Two of the area’s prominent zinesters will show many examples of the genre including historical background and discuss their work as well as ideas for unexplored territory. Read More

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