Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Book Arts Program News - Digital Printing

The final new development for the Book Arts program this year (see developments #1 and #2) is a fantastic new digital printing set-up for use by participants in both the letterpress and the bindery studios. It includes a computer, software, scanner, and printer so students can explore the artistic possibilities of digital printing without leaving the studio! We’re really excited about this, and we hope it gets a lot of use in this year’s workshops and College Course 11, the Book Arts Studio Seminar.

Book Arts Program digital printing set-up

We don't have any specific workshops focused around digital printing yet, but we're open to new ideas and suggestions, so let us know if you have any thoughts on classes you'd like to see us offer. We can't wait to see what creative projects students come up with using this new equipment!

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