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Joomchi: Practicing Gratitude with Ania Gilmore
in Sacred Valley, Peru

October 23-25, 2017

Valle Sagrado-Urubamba-Cusco

Joomchi is a traditional Korean technique of felting Mulberry fibers (Hanji) that creates strong, textural and painterly surfaces by layering and agitating Hanji with water. Release your creativity and immerse yourself in a 3 day hands-on Joomchi workshop and learn its history, practice and role in Korean society. Ania will share how she alters the properties of fibers to create a range of papers from smooth leather-like to strong textural pieces and its applications in contemporary art practices. We will create a wall hanging and personal jewelry piece. Joomchi can be incorporated in 2-D & 3D form into surface design, collage, drawing, wearable art, and serve as a functional or fine art sculptural object.

For more information, please contact Alicia Barrantes

Jedwab z duszą Eco Dyeing z Anią Gilmore

od świtu do nocy

Borowe 42
11-731 Sorkwity k. Mrągowa

Kontakt: Bożenna Osucha

Pytania na temat warsztatów: Ania Gilmore

Jednodniowe eksperymentalne warsztaty artystyczne metodą znanego od ponad 5000 lat naturalnego barwienia tkanin z użyciem elementów roślinnych, liści, kwiatów, kory drzew, korzeni oraz grzybów i porostów w celu tworzenia wzorów na pograniczu abstrakcji i tkaniny artystycznej.

Uczestnicy będą mieć możliwość zaprojektowania nadruku na jedwabiu metoda Eco Dyeing zainspirowaną procesem Australijskiej artystki Indii Flint, którego rezultatem ma być autorskie dzieło o funkcji dekoracyjnej lub użytkowej.

Podczas warsztatów uczestnicy stworzą wspólnie słowniczek artystyczny oraz bibliotekę nazw
używanych roślin w procesie farbowania naturalnego.

Maksymalna ilość uczestników: 12 [Class full]

Ania Gilmore urodziła się w 1968 roku w Warszawie. Studiowała i otrzymała dyplom z wyróżnieniem w zakresie grafiki z Massachusetts College of Art and Design w Bostonie, studiowała grafikę, sztukę książki artystycznej, sztukę papieru i tkaniny w Rhode Island School of Design, School of the Museum of Fine Arts w Bostonie oraz w Haystack Mountain School of Crafts w Maine. Ania była kuratorem wystaw "Book Art the world of limitless", "Nothing twice (Nic dwa razy)" w Artspace Gallery w Maynard, MA,"Resonance: books in time" w Rochester Public Library, Rochester NY, "Resonance: books in time II" w Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA, oraz zaproszonym kuratorem ze strony USA "Correspondence 9th International Book Art Festival" w Polsce. Ania jest wielokrotnie nagrodzoną artystką, a jej prace znajdują się w kolekcjach publicznych i prywatnych w Australii, na Węgrzech, Iraku, Japonii, Korei, Polsce, Rumunii, Wielkiej Brytanii i USA, a także jej prace znajdują się w książce "1,000 Artists' Books: Exploring the Book as Art", Piotra i Donny Thomas. Ania mieszka i pracuje w Lexington w stanie Massachusetts.

Ania Gilmore-Joomchi: Practicing Gratitude

November 16, 2016

Concord Center for the Visual Arts
37 Lexington Road
Concord MA 01742

Joomchi is a traditional Korean technique of felting Mulberry fibers (Hanji). The process is quite meditative and joyful, even though it requires a lot of energy and strength. Ania will share how she alters the properties of fibers to create a range of papers from smooth leather-like to strong textural pieces and its applications in contemporary art practices. Ania’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in United States, Europe, Australia and Korea, and it is included in numerous public and private collections.

Bojagi Forum + Chojun Textile & Quilt Art Museum

May 31 - July 31, 2018

Seoul Trade and Convention Center
Gangnam-gu, Seoul,
135-834, Korea


Gallery Blink

September 28 - October 21, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 29, 5:00 - 8:00 pm

1963 Massachusetts Avenue,
Lexington MA 02421

The Book as Art

October 1, 2018 - October 1, 2019

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
6000 N Terminal Pkwy,
Atlanta, GA 30320

From Lausanne to Beijing

October 15 - November 15, 2018
Opening Reception: October 15th, 2018 at 3pm

Tsinghua University Art Museum
Beijing, China 100084

Joy of Freedom

November 8 - 28, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 6:30pm

Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America
208 East 30th Street,
New York, NY 10016

Context: Language, Media, and Meaning

October 27, 2018 - February 24, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 27, 2018, 2pm - 5pm

Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street,
Brockton, MA, 02301


September 29-October 22, 2017
Reception: Friday. October 6, 5-8 PM

'WORDplay' features art inspired by text. As you will see, some artists have a way with words. For some, a book, poem or newspaper article inspires their work. For others, text becomes an integral part of the image, while still others engage us with art that references a play on words.

Gallery Blink
1963 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington MA 02421

18th Annual RODDY Competition

September 14 - October 14, 2017
Opening Reception Thursday, September 14, 6-8 pm

JURIED By Ali Ringenburg, Director Sloane Merrill Gallery

Concord Art Association
37 Lexington Road
Concord, MA 01742

Absence and Presence

Sept. 5-Oct. 16, 2017
Reception: Thurs., Sept. 21, 5–8 pm.

Featuring 100 works of art that form a testament to the vital role role of the arts, literature and culture and their enduring importance in furthering social justice. 98 printmakers’ collaborative response to the bombing of the Al-Mutanabbi St. Book Market.

Harbor Gallery,
McCormack Hall, UMass Boston
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125

Fate, Destiny & Self Determination/le sort, le destin et l'auto-determination World Textile Art Biennial 2017

Opening reception: October 8, 2017

Fundacion Pablo Atchugarry, Punte del Este
Ruta 104 - Km. 4/5
El Chorro, Maldonado, Uruguay

Interwoven: Art Meets Nature

June 25 – September 6
Artist Reception: June 25, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This contemporary fiber exhibition is curated by Marcia Young, publisher of Fiber Art now, a fiber art periodical and community that explores the wide breath of fiber as an artistic medium. The show of virtuoso works by national artists includes nearly every form of fiber art, including weaving, felting, tapestry, needlework, basketry, handmade paper, silk painting, and book arts. Interwoven: Art Meets Nature will connect the natural world with the materials and techniques that are so familiar to all of us, in an engaging, nature-based show of contemporary fiber art and textiles.

Featured Artists: Anastasia Azure, Joyce Utting Schutter, Sharon McCartney, Lanny Bergner, Liz Alpert Fay, Ashley Blalock, Danielle Bodine, Jeanne Flanagan, Ann Forbush, Mary Edna Fraser, Amy Genser, Ania Gilmore, Katherine Glover, Kristina Goransson, Louise Hill, Ferne Jacobs, Nancy Koenigsberg, Jean Koon, Al Krueger, Mariko Kusumoto, Chunghie Lee, Youngmin Lee, Kathryn Leighton, Niraja Lorenz, Dorothy McGuinness, Rebecca Mezoff, Merrill Morrison, Elin Noble, Lynn Bollard, Stacy Polson, Wen Redmond, Jóh Ricci, Kathryn Rousso, Lois Russell, Barbara Shapiro, Michelle Sirois-Silver, Mallory Weston, Elizabeth Whyte Schulze.

Highfield Hall & Gardens
56 Highfield Drive
Falmouth, MA 02541

Wondrous Strangeness, Celebrating 10 Years of ABRAZOS Press

August 9-25, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Artists: Sandra Butler, Sandy Cardillo, Sarah Carr, Katrina Carye, Emily Cobb, David Covert, Alison Darrow, Jesseca Ferguson, Ann Forbush, Ania Gilmore, Jeesoo Lee, Hsaley, MacKeil, Debbie Max, Fish Mcgill, Charles Norris, Debra Olin, Pamela Schmidt, Sarah Shallbetter, Annie Silverman, Ellen Stutman, Mira Voigt, Nina Wishnok, Annie Zeybekoglu

Nave Annex Gallery
53 Chester Street
Somerville, MA 02144

Fate, Destiny & Self Determination/le sort, le destin et l'auto-determination

July 8 - August 26 2017
Opening reception: July 8 4pm-6pm

Centre D'Action Culturelles de la MRC de Papineau
3, rue Principale (casier 20)
QC J0V 1W0, Canada

2017 International Fiber Art Fair

June 13-19, 2017

Seoul Arts Center Hangaram Art Museum
700 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu,
Seoul, Korea

New England on Paper: Contemporary Art Boston Athenæum's Prints & Photographs Collection

Artists Reception: Wednesday, April 5, 5:30-7:30 pm

Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of New England on Paper: Contemporary Art in the Boston Athenæum's Prints & Photographs Collection, curated by Catharina Slautterback. The exhibition will showcase contemporary prints, drawings, and photographs by New England artists, reflecting diverse interpretations of the region's built and natural environment as well as its rural and urban culture and society.

Boston Athenæum
10 ½ Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02108

2017 Exhibiting National Prize Show

May 18 – June 23, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 18, 6-8pm

Juror: Nick Capasso, Director Fitchburg Art Museum

Kathryn Schultz Gallery
25R Lowell Street
Cambridge MA 02138

TRUNK SHOW with Ania Gilmore of Silk with Soul

SOWA First Friday

March 3, 2017 from 4-9pm

Dahlia Gallery
524 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA

Fiber Art Now + Bedford Art Museum present
Excellence In Fibers

January 25 – March 19, 2017

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 29, 2 – 5 pm

New Bedford Art Museum
608 Pleasant Street
New Bedford, MA 02740

Selected artists: Joel Allen, David/Pat Bacharach/Hickman, Nicole Benner, Malin Bobeck, Pat Burns-Wendland, Betty Busby, Anna Carlson, Deborah Corsini, Ania Gilmore, Katherine Glover, Anna Kristina Goransson, Meredith Grimsley, Henry Hallett, Nazanin Hedayat Munroe, Patricia Kennedy-Zafred, Jean Koon, Mariko Kusumoto, Jeannet Leendertse, Dorothy McGuinness, Alicia Merrett, Elizabeth Odiorne, Jacky Puzey, Shauna Richardson, Kathryn Rousso, Lois Russell, Chloe Sachs, Diane Savona, Matt Tommey, Heather Ujiie, Deloss Webber, Wendy Weiss, Jane Whitten, Jayoung Yoon.

Fiber in the Present Tense 2016

Surface Design Association, MA/RI Chapter

December 7- January 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday , December 7, 6:00-8:00pm

Fiber in the Present Tense 2016 is a juried exhibition to showcase the fiber artwork of the MA/RI Chapter of the Surface Design Association (SDA).

Juror: Marcia Young, Editor, Fiber Art Now Magazine

Old Slater Mill Museum
67 Roosevelt Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860

Artists: Beverly, Janet Austin, Kate Barber, Kimberly Becker, Robin L Bergman , Michele Fandel Bonner, Michele Fandel Bonner, Eva Camacho, Sarah Carr, Nancy Crasco, Jackie deRuyter, Janis Doucette, Diane Franklin, Ania Gilmore, Suzanne Housley Noonan, Mary-Ellen Latino, Elin Noble, Amy Pett, Minna Rothman, Jeanne Sisson, Adrienne Sloane, Priscilla Smith, Ellen Solari

Beyond the Book X

November 12, 2016 — January 28, 2017

Opening Reception: Sat., Nov. 12, 11 am-1pm.

Opening Reception and 10th Anniversary Celebration
Sat., November 12, 11 am. — 1 pm.

Boston Public Library
419 Faneuil Street
Brighton (Oak Square), MA 02135

Artists: Nancer Ballard, Carol Blackwell, Gail J. Bos, Alane Brodrick, Dennis Dahill, Diane Dolan, Tamar Etinger, Anita Feld, Ann Forbush, Joanna Garmon, Ania Gilmore, Cristina Hajosy, Gail Hanson, Charlotte Kaplan, Ronni Komarow, Yvonne Troxell Lamothe, Margo Lemieux, Carolyn Letvin, Alison Manning, Sandra Mayo, Ann Miller, Beth Plakidas, Susan Porter, Laurel Rogers, Bonnie Rosenthal, Ruth Segaloff, Annie Silverman, Doris Smith, Martha Shea Smith, Gail Smuda, Alice Stanne, Julia Talcott, Dorothy Tribeman, Molly Van Nice, Michelle Vitti, Jennifer Weigel, X Bonnie Woods, Annie Zeybekoglu

World of Threads Festival

October 29 - November 27, 2016

Queen Elisabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Rd, Oakville
Ontario L6L 3L5, Canada

Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre artists:
Brigitte Amarger (France), Judy Bales (USA), Eva Camacho-Sanchez (USA), Susan Kathleen Doyle (USA), Valerie Jane Geard (Canada), Ania Gilmore (USA), Alexandra Keely (Canada), Neha Puri Dhir (India), Jacky Puzey (UK), Alevtina Sharapova (Russia), Jill Valenzuela (USA)

Fiber in the Present Tense 2016

Surface Design Association, MA/RI Chapter
September 7- November 3, 2016

Opening Reception Saturday, September 10, 3:00-5:00pm

Fiber in the Present Tense 2016 is a juried exhibition to showcase the fiber artwork of the MA/RI Chapter of the Surface Design Association (SDA). Juror: Marcia Young, Editor, Fiber Art Now Magazine

Arsenal Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA 02472

Bojagi - The Living Tradition, Joomchi & Beyond

September 1 - 5, 2016

Haenggunggil Gallery
Haenggung Ro 18, Paldal-ku
Suwon City, South Korea

Out of the Blue:
Explorations in Cyanotype

August 6–August 27, 2016
Artists’ Reception: Saturday, August 6, from 5–7pm

Juror: Jesseca Ferguson

PhotoSynthesis, LLC
136½ Pine Street,
Manchester, CT 06040

Christina Z. Anderson (Bozeman, MT), Matthew Beniamino (Philadelphia, PA), Victoria Byers (China Grove, NC), Siobhan Byrns (Lynchburg, VA), Sarah Carman (McGraw, NY), Caleb Cole (Somerville, MA), Wendy Constantine (Broomfield, CO), Nicole Cudzilo (Bethel, CT), Kristofor Dahl (Irvine, CA), Susan Davens (Northport, ME), Shari Diamond (Brooklyn, NY), Mary Donato (Boise, ID), Amy Evans (Califon, NJ), Ania Gilmore (Lexington, MA), Nancy Goodrich (Portland, CT), Mike Hoover (Thorndale, PA), Elina Julin (Helsinki, Finland), Jaclyn Kain (Watertown, MA), Ryan Larson (Cedar City, UT), Jocelyn Mathewes (Johnson City, TN), Scott McMahon (Columbia, MO), Marek Noniewicz (Bydgoszcz, Poland), Heather Oelklaus (Colorado Springs, CO), Caroline Roberts (Houston, TX), Azalea Rodriguez (Tempe, AZ), Pam Rouleau (Wilton, CT), Alyssa Salomon (Providence Forge, VA), Georgia Schwender (Geneva, IL), Sara, Silks (Overland Park, KS), Nicole Small (Montreal, Quebec), Laurie Snyder (Ithaca, NY), Leona Strassberg Steiner (New Orleans, LA), Treë (NYC, NY), Lara Vaienti (Bozeman, MT), Melanie, Walker (Boulder, CO), DB Waltrip (Pensacola, FL), Francine Weiss (Maynard, MA)


August 2 - 28, 2016
Opening Reception: August 6 , 6 - 9 pm

Paperworks winners: Yuki Abiko, Andres Bardales, Ye-seul Choi, Alison Clemente, Pamela Crockett, Meghan Duda, Ania Gilmore, Tracy Hoffman, Sarah Kinard, Mario Laplante, Jonathan McFadden, Elizabeth Panzer, H. Jennings Sheffield, Marisa Silverstein, Olga Skorokhod, Harry Umen

b.j. spoke gallery
299 Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743

An Homage to Kandinsky’s Circles

February 4 - 28, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 4, 5 - 8 pm

Juror: Richard Kattman

Artists Corner & Gallery
566 Massachusetts Avenue
West Acton, MA

I am very happy to share a great news, that my Joomchi paper pieces Day 1 and Day 11 have been awarded 1st place by the juror of the exhibition.

5th Annual International Juried Exhibit: Art of the Book

October 23, 2015 - January 3, 2016
Reception: October 29, 2015, 5:30 - 7pm

Rochester Public Library
115 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Judges: Rachael Gootnick, Nancy Bernardo

I am very happy to share a great news that my book Knowledge Inc. has been awarded 1st place in the Altered Book category of the 5th Annual International Juried Exhibit: Art of the Book 2015 in Rochester Public Library, Rochester, NY.

Artist Books are...
works of art realized in the form of a book. They are often published in small editions, though sometimes they are produced as one-of-a-kind objects referred to as ‘unique.’ Artist Books have employed a wide range of forms, including scrolls, fold-outs, concertinas, or loose items contained in a box as well as bound printed sheets. Artists have been active in printing and book production for centuries, but the artist book is primarily a late 20th century art form.

Altered Books are...
any book, old or new, that has been recycled by creative means into a work of art. They can be rebound, painted, cut, burned, folded, added to, collaged in, gold-leafed, rubber stamped, drilled or otherwise adorned…and yes, it is legal.

The World for Our Children: Artists’ Reinterpretations of the 1934 Britannica Junior

October 14, 2015 – February 28, 2016
Members Only Reception: Saturday, January 9, 2016 6-8pm

Danforth Art Museum
123 Union Avenue
Framingham, MA 01702

The first edition of the Britannica Junior was published in 1934, in response to a growing interest for encyclopedias designed specifically with children in mind. Often heavily illustrated, encyclopedias intended for younger audiences sought to teach through both text and image. Britannica Junior was not the first of its kind, for a number of popular children’s encyclopedias were published earlier in the twentieth century, but it was a welcome addition to the genre. We are pleased to have these reinterpretations of the 1934 Britannica Junior on view, as each work offers a nuanced view of the book as art, visually and intellectually. These works push the Britannica Junior beyond its original intent and invite the viewer to consider it as both a transmitter of information and an art object.

Absence & Presence II - A Printmaking Response to the Bombing of Al-Mutanabbi Street

November 2-December 20, 2015
Reception: Thursday, November 5, 2015 6-8PM

Curry College
Student Center Quiet Study Lounge Gallery
1071 Blue Hill Avenue
Milton, MA

East Coast Coordinator: Stephanie Mahan Stigliano

Prints: Lynne D. Allen, Jessyca Broekman, Sissy Buck, Sarah Decossard, Nancy Diessner, Michel Droge, Ania Gilmore & AnnieZeybekoglu, Ruth Ginsberg-Place, Marsha Goldberg, Rebecca Goodale, Jesse Hansen, David Hazlett, Wilson Hill, Ronnie Kamarow, Deborah Klotz, Clay McGlamory, Jessie Nickerson, Claudio Orso-Giacone, Phillip Robertson, Margaret Roleke, Ingrid Sanchez, Anders Sandstrom, Bessie Smith Moulton, Kristen Struebing-Beazley, Sergei Tsvetkov

Artists’ books: Jesseca Ferguson, Ania Gilmore & Annie Zeybekoglu, Stephanie Mahan Stigliano

Bookmarks XIII: Infiltrating the Library System 2015

The Bookmarks projects series aims to encourage appreciation of work in the format of the artist's book. Participating artists each produce an edition of 100 signed and numbered bookmarks to give away through distribution boxes at venues around the world.Over the last thirteen years, the Bookmarks series of free artwork distribution has visited 137 galleries, bookstores, workshops, centres, schools and libraries in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK and USA.

513 artists have contributed 51,300 bookmarks to the thirteen projects to date. The artists’ bookmarks are divided into 100 sets; one full set being sent to each of the contributing artists and the rest divided and sent in distribution boxes to participating host venues around the world, for visitors to take.Each bookmark is stamped with the current Bookmarks project website address, which directs the taker of the bookmark to the gallery section of the website.

artistbookarts at deepspaceworks
11 Hamilton St, Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL53 8HN, UK

Bank Street Arts
32-40 Bank Street, Sheffield S1 2DS, UK

Decker Library at Maryland Institute College of Art
1300 W Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217-4134, USA

Emily Carr University of Art + Design Library
1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver, BC, V6H 3R9, Canada

Farnborough Library
Pinehurst, Farnborough Hampshire, GU14 7JZ, UK

Manchester Metropolitan University Library
Sir Kenneth Green Library All Saints, Manchester, M15 6BH, UK

Manly Library
Market Place, Manly, NSW 2095, Australia

Bookmarks will be on display from 19th September to coincide with the Manly Library Annual Zine Fair as part of Manly Arts Festival 2015.

Bookmarks will be shown during BILA III (the 3rd edition of the Biennial for the Artist’s Book Treviso, Veneto Region) from 10th October - 2nd November 2015. Opening Saturday 10th October at 6pm. NabilaFluxus will also be show the bookmarks at the arts market on the first and third Sunday of each month at the former St. Anthony Church, Piazza Di La Rotonda, 31050 Badoere, Morgano, Treviso, Italy.

Oughterard Library
Main Street, Oughterard County Galway, Republic of Ireland

Tompkins County Public Library
101 East Green Street, Ithaca, New York 14850, USA

The Book as Art 3.0: No Jacket Required

July 24-Sept. 18, 2015
Gala opening reception Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur
1 West Court Square #110
Decatur, GA 30030

3.0 of The Book as Art emphasizes the art form that can be a delight to the eye, a pleasure to the hand, and made tangible in forms that introduce us not only to new interpretations of an ancient concept but also to questions and ideas on 21st century form and format. This is an exhibition that has been described by critics as, "wildly eclectic" and finding ". . . new and often startling ways to reimagine not just the physical format of a book but also the ideological essence of the content." (ArtsATL, “Year in Review,” Dec. 31, 2014); approaching "sheer aesthetic magic"

Jurors: Margot Ecke, Athens, GA; Arlyn Ende, Sewanee, TN; and Jeff Rathermel, Minneapolis, MN.

Artists: Charlene Asato, Mountain View, Hawaii | Marc Addison Brown, Centennial, Colorado | John Deamond, Burtonsville, Maryland | Lindsey Dunnagan, Fort Worth, Texas | Geraldine Craig, Manhattan, Kansas | Elmile "Annie" Donovan, Tallahassee, Florida | Stacy Elko, Lubbock, Texas | Aaron Frondorf, Kansas City, Missouri | Ania Gilmore, Lexington, Massachusetts | Francine Goodfriend, Santa Rosa, California | Fred Hagstrom and Stan Honda, Saint Paul, Minnesota | Karen Hardy, Asheville, North Carolina | Candace Hicks, Nacodoches, Texas | Shireen Holman, Montgomery Village, Maryland | Sarah Hulsey, Somerville, Massachusetts | Jess Jones, Decatur, Georgia | Lauri Jones, Decatur, Georgia | Rachel Kirk, Ellensburg, Washington | Carole Kunstadt, West Hurley, New York | Isabel Lederman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Susan Lenz, Columbia, South Carolina | Woody Leslie, Chicago, Illinois | Macey Ley, Atlanta, Georgia | Cynthia Lollis, Decatur, Georgia | Susan Makov, Salt Lake City, Utah | Danielle McCoy, Atlanta, Georgia | Barry O, Athens, Ohio | Lynn Skordal, Mercer Island, Washington | Mathew Sutter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Barbara Tetenbaum, Portland, Oregon | Arlene Tribbia, Chicago, Illinois | Melissa Wagner-Lawler, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

I am very happy to share a great news that my book Library of Alexandria was selected by the jurors of The Book as Art 3.0: No Jacket Required, for the second place award. The jurors stated: "We deliberated at length and considered the quality of execution or craftsmanship, content (originality and clarity), and how these were reflected in the choice of materials and structure in each work."

The Birds and the Bees

April 17-May 10, 2015

Nave Gallery Annex
53 Chester St.
Somerville, MA 02144

Artists: Erika Adams, Victoria Arons, Susan Arthur, Jim Baab, Resa Blatman, Neil Brigham, Christine Collins, Lizzy Dargie, Barbara Fletcher, Blair Folts, Matt Forrest, Ania Gilmore, Mary Goldthwaite-Gagne, Cynthia James, Julie Lapping Rivera, Robert J. Long, Maz Mahjoobi, Ralph Mercer, Elise Joy Nyenhuis, Lynn Peterfreund, Rosamond Purcell, Sarah Shallbetter, Mark Addison Smith, Miranda Vitello, Evan Voelbel, Rebecca Volynsky

Curated by Annie Silverman

International Joomchi & Beyond Art Exhibition "Traditional & Transformational"

May 8 – August 21, 2015
Opening Reception: May 8 from 6-8pm

Skylight & Heritage Gallery
New Bedford Art Museum
608 Pleasant St., New Bedford, MA 02740

Curator: Jiyoung Chung

In this international paper exhibition, New Bedford’s rich fiber history intersects with the Korean tradition of Joomchi and truly is a crossroads where East meets West. Contemporary artists from USA, Korea, Australia, Poland, China, and Netherlands working in Joomchi are pushing the envelope of this very traditional art form.

Moving beyond functionality, they are exploring the textural qualities, the expressive coloring that can be achieved, with the unique qualities of the material created by the transformation of paper through the Joomchi process. Add in a diverse group of artists drawn from different cultures and continents, and the show offers an informative and encompassing look at Joomchi today. Traditional & Transformational investigates the varied directions and perspectives being pursued in fiber today. Chung’s choice of artists initiates an interesting conversation for viewers around the theme of how ancient traditions can inspire and inform new works.

Members Juried 2

Photography, Drawing, Mixed Media, Crafts & Graphics

March 5 - April 3, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 5, 6—8pm

Juror: Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director of
the Attleboro Arts Museum

Concord Art Association
37 Lexington Road
Concord MA 01742

ARTISTS’ BOOKS: From A to Zine

March 4 – April 29, 2015
Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 4, 5-7pm

New Hampshire Institute of Art
Amherst Street Gallery, 77 Amherst Street
77 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH 03101

Books Abound

March 7 – 31, 2015
Reception: Saturday March 7, 2015, 1-3pm

The Kathryn Schultz Gallery of the Cambridge Art Association
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Juried by Alexander Campos
Executive Director and Curator, The Center For Book Arts in NY

ERROR - 7th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2015

March 12 – 15, 2015

H501 IAKH: Globus Galerie + Edition Lebensretter
Messe-Allee 1, 04356 Leipzig, Germany

Curated by Prof. Kestutis Vasiliunas
In Cooperation with: Vilnius Academy of Arts (Lithuania),
IAKH – Internationale Ausstellung für Künstlerbücher und Handpressendrucke (Germany).

Resonance: books in time II

December 4, 2014 - January 16, 2015
Opening reception, Saturday, December 6, 4-6pm

This exhibition of individual and collaborative artists’ books by Ann Forbush, Ania Gilmore, and Annie Zeybekoglu chronicles the journey and intersection of a shared artistic vision. Each of the three artists’ individual works were selected by the other two responding to a shared aesthetic, a common curiosity, or an engagement with materials. Collaborative works evolved naturally from this process, and are expressions that celebrate both solo voices and harmonic exchange, creating balance and growth provoking conversations.

Curated by Ania Gilmore

Brickbottom Gallery
1 Fitchburg Street
Somerville, MA 02143

Art of the Book 2014

Reception: November 6th from 5:30 - 7pm

Rochester Public Library
115 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Beyond the Book VIII

Oct. 18th - Dec. 6th, 2014
Opening Reception Saturday, October 18th 11am-1pm

Juror is Carol Rabe, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts,
Visual Arts Program Coordinator and Director,
Hess Gallery, Pine Manor College

Participating Artists: Nancer Ballard, Janet Reynolds Bemis,
Carol Blackwell, Alane Brodrick, Tama Dasher
Diane Smith Dolan, Daniel Embree, Phoebe Ann Erb,
Ann Forbush, Ania Gilmore, Maria Green,
Cristina Hajosy, Gail Hansen, Ronni Komarow,
Susan E. Porter, Laurel Rogers, A.E. Ryan,
Annie Silverman, Billy Simms, Doris A. Smith,
Marcella Stasa, Julia Talcott, M.L. Van Nice
Annie Zeybekoglu

Faneuil Branch, Boston Public Library
419 Faneuil Street
Brighton, MA 02135

Unbound Vol. IV

July 25 - August 23, 2014.
Opening Reception: July 25, 2014, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

ArtisTree Community Arts Center & Gallery
1206 VT Route 12, Mount Tom Building
Woodstock, VT 05091

Juror: Sarah Smith, Book Arts Special Instructor at Dartmouth College

The Book as Art: Expanding the Limits

July 18–September 19, 2014
Gala opening on Thursday, August 28, 2014

The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur
One West Court Square, Suite 110, Decatur, GA 30030

Jurors: Alexander Campos (Executive director and curator of the Center for Book Arts in New York), Mary Murphy (Curator of the Artist’s Book Collection at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, GA), Barbara Tetenbaum (Visual artist, professor and head of the Department of Book Art at Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, OR)

Joomchi and Beyond

Organized by 2014 Korea Bojagi Forum

August 24-28, 2014

Gallery Nori
115-72 Wollim-ri Hallim-eup
Jeju Si, Jeju-Do 695-931 South Korea

Curator: Jiyoung Chung

Artist Print Book Exhibition "Mokuhan - Ehon"

International Mokuhanga Conference 2014

September 10-28, 2014

Selected Artists: Di Oliver (UK), Minako Murata (Japan), Rosanna Jurisevic (Australia), Ania Gilmore (Poland/USA), Karen Kunc (USA), Yoshiko Hashizume (Japan), Helen Knowles (UK), Alina Özyurt (Austria), Kanako Watanabe (Japan), Aki Kawamura (Japan), Debra Bowden (Ireland), Wong Chi Ling (Hong Kong), Ayumi Umakawa (Japan), Sumi Perera RE (UK), Miyuki Ninomiya (Japan), Ioulia Akhmadeeva (Mexico), Karen Helga Maurstig (Norway), Tuula Moilanen (Finland), Helen Best (UK).

Jurors: Karen Kunc (Cather Professor of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln / USA), Kari Laitinen (Aalto University / Finland), April Vollmer (Independent artist and lecturer / USA), Claire Cuccio (Ph.D., Independent Scholar in Japanese Literature and Visual Culture / USA), Michael Schneider (Independent artist and lecturer / Austria), Seiichiro Miida (Associate Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts), Keiko Kadota (Director, Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory)

Tokyo University of the Arts
12-8 Ueno Park, Taito-ku

Tokyo 110-8714, Japan

Correspondence 9th International Book Art Festival

Presenting works of 88 artists from Europe, USA and Asia.

03.28.2014 – 05.11.2014
Opening Reception 03.28.2014 at 6 pm

Kielce Institute of Design
Wzgórze Zamkowe,
ul. Zamkowa 3, Kielce

Curators: Alicja Słowikowska, Jadwiga Tryzno (Poland), Ania Gilmore (USA), Sarah Bodman (UK)

Artists' Book Cornucopia V

April 18 - June 7, 2014

Opening reception April 18 2014 from 6-8 pm

A juried exhibition of book works juried by Luise Poulton, Managing Curator for the Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.

Abecedarian Gallery
910 Santa Fe Dr, #101
Denver, CO 80204 USA

San Diego Book Arts Fifth National Juried Exhibition

May 4–June 22, 2014.

Juror: Sue Ann Robinson is an artist, educator and museum professional

Mandeville Special Collections Geisel Library
University of California
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093

Women in the Arts: Booked

February 17 - March 22, 2014

Women in the Arts is an annual exhibition event which coincides with International Women’s Day (March 8) to highlight the value of female artists’ contribution to the cultural heritage of Australia. Previous years have allowed artists to respond to themes such as 100th year of International Women’s Day, The Bag: Object or Obsession and States of Play: Contemporary Australian Women in Regional Arts Practice. Plans are currently underway for the 2014 event which will see a new twist on this celebratory exhibition to include regional, national and international artists.

Invited artists: Raewyn Biggs (QLD), Louisa Boyd (UK), Fiona Dempster (QLD), Barbara Dover (QLD), Louisa Ennis-Thomas (QLD), Vide Freiberg (QLD), Ania Gilmore (US), Mandy Gunn (VIC), Kyoko Imazu (VIC), Liz Jeneid (NSW), Susan Porteous (US), Rose Rigley (QLD)
Curated by Rose Rigley

KickArts Contemporary Arts Ltd.
ABN 25 105 853 987
96 Abbott Street, Cairns

Feeling Blue

March 3 – March 31
Artists' Reception: Saturday, March 8th 6:00pm - 9:00pm

International Juried Show. Four blue walls, blue ceiling, blue windows. Blue apples in a blue bowl. Books, carpet, phone -- all blue. Breathing blue; feeling blue: the intriguing shades of ultramarine, indigo, cobalt, lapis lazuli or the deep, aching blue of sadness, uncertainty, and feeling lost? Where are you, bright blue shades of hope, joy and peace?

Participating artists: Amy Hassan, Ania Gilmore, Anna Mroczkowski, Brian Pirman, Bullet, Danielle Nelisse, Dawn Hawks, Geo Alderson, Geovani Galvez, Gipsy Wisdom, Irina Sztukowski, Jackie Stevens, Jessica Joslin, Karen Bennett, Kate Froemling, Kelly Wantuch, Peter Hagerty, Rachel Lynn Sylvan, Rob Millard-Mendez, Samara Kaufman, Suja Jacob, Tobi Star Abrams, Vida Sacic, Yueqi Zhang.

Arterie Fine Arts
190 E. Fifth Avenue
Naperville, IL 60563

Art of the Book

October 25, 2013 - January 5, 2014
Artists' Reception: November 1, 6-9 pm

The book is an enduring symbol of knowledge and freedom, two basic components of all public libraries in the world. For centuries, books have played a significant role in world history, recording not only the history itself, but also inciting history-making events and keeping people informed of what transpires in the world around them. Books can be many things, from simple blocks of text bound together, to lushly illustrated stories, to handsomely bound and printed volumes. They can be well-thumbed paperbacks; dog-eared, much-loved hardcovers; or delivered wirelessly to an 8-inch screen. Books can be read and savored alone and in silence, or they can be cherished and read aloud. In all their forms, books are magical things, and the 'Art of the Book' is intended to showcase all that magic.

Rochester Public Library
115 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Beyond the Book VII

Oct. 19–Nov. 30, 2013
Artists' Reception: Sat., Oct. 19, 11 am–1 pm
at Faneuil Branch Library

Participating artists: Laurie Alpert, Nancer Ballard, Carol Blackwell, Patty Bruce, Kate Castelli, Diane Dolan, Helene Elsborg, Phoebe Ann Erb, Ania Gilmore, Ruth Ginsberg-Place, Roni Gross, Cristina Hajosy, Sarah Hulsey, Jeff Jampel, Ronni Komarow, Jeanette O'Connor, Bonnie Rosenthal, Margaret Scoppa, Fay Senner, Alexandra Sheldon, Martha Shea Smith, Gail Smuda, Stephanie Mahan Stigliano, & Annie Zeybekoglu.

Jurors: Helga Felleisen & Chantal Zakari

Boston Public Library
419 Faneuil Street
Brighton (Oak Square), MA 02135

Sponsored by Unbound Visual Arts, Inc., Friends of the Faneuil Branch, Boston Public Library & Friends of the Brighton Branch, Boston Public Library

4th Sheffield International Artist's Book Prize

October 5 – November 30, 2013

The aim of the Prize is to improve and develop the profile of artist’s books and to create opportunities for display and dissemination. Visitors to the exhibition are asked to vote for their favorite entry and this determines the Exhibition Prize winner and makes the event unique in that it is as much about the viewing, looking at and handling of the books as about their making.

Bank Street Arts
32-40 Bank Street
Sheffield, S1 2DS, U.K.

The New England Collective IV

August 1-28, 2013
Artists' Reception: August 2, 6-8 pm

Participating artists: Tom Acevedo, Ani Avanian, Tess Barbato, Scott T. Barry, Lisa Barthelson, Susan Bauer, Jane Cooper Brayton, Alejandra Carles-Tolra, Brenda Cirioni, Adrienne Der Marderosian, Louie Despres, Brian DiNicola, Zsuzsanna Donnell, Ellen Fisher, Ed Friedman, Ania Gilmore, Christina Goodwin, Gretchen K. Greene, Joseph Hancock, Doug Johnson, Lynne Johnson, Anne Johnstone, Elizabeth Kellogg, Gary Koeppel, Karen Krieger, Priscilla L. Levesque, Juan Lora, Madeleine Lord, C.J. Lori, Saberah Malik, Brett Mason, Bonnie Mineo, Iris Osterman, Christine Palamidessi, Suzanne Papin, Jane Paradise, Ruth Plaster, Cheryl Polcaro, James Powell, Jessica Putnam-Phillips, Jessica Putnam-Phillips, Michael Raucheisin, Beverly Rippel, Elise Roddy, Ruth Rosner, Gregory Sampl, Jocelyn Scheirer, Alex Sewell, George Shaw, Dawn Siebel, David Addison Small, Catherine Stickles, Marian Strangfeld, Andrew Tedesco, Walter Tomasino, Bob Tomolillo, Sylvia Vander Sluis, Annie Zeybekoglu.

Jurors: Kaveh Mojtabai, Publisher and Brian Goslow, Editor-in-Chief, ArtScope Magazine

Galatea Fine Art Gallery
460 B Harrison Ave., #B-6
Boston, MA 02118

Unbound Vol III: Art using books as a material or format

July 26 - September 7, 2013
Artists' Reception: July 26, 5:30-7:30 pm

Participating artists: Barbara Abraham, Barbara Bartlett, Amy L. Burns, Mary Ann Davis, Ann Forbush, Luciana Frigerio, Leslie Fry, Véronique Gambier, Ania Gilmore, Richard L. Harper, CJ Kennedy, Dorsey Hogg, Ann Joppe-Mercure, Nina Jordan, Mary N. Hurwitz, Kevin E. King, Patrick Kinz-Thompson, Debra Kraemer, Carole P. Kunstadt , Jeanne M. Lightfoot, Kevin James Lucey, Mara Marxt Lewis, Eirene Mavodones, Carla Munsat, Jaqueline Overstreet, Chris Perry, David W. Powell, Lorraine Reynolds, Adele V. Sanborn, Carolyn Shattuck, Dawn Siebel, Gail Smuda, Victoria Streker, Marilu Swett, Judith Taylor, Finnie Trimpi, Marcia Volger, Annie Zeybekoglu.

Juror: Erin Sweeney

ArtisTree Community Arts Center & Gallery
1206 VT Route 12, Mount Tom Building
Woodstock, VT 05091

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here

July 10, 2013 - September 21, 201

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here assembles artists' responses to the tragic loss of a cultural and intellectual hub in Baghdad that occurred in March 5, 2007, by a bomb explosion. The Center for Book Arts will be presenting the exhibition, in collaboration with Alwan for the Arts, Columbia University Libraries, International Print Center New York, and Poets House. This major traveling exhibition, which will feature approximately 250 artists' books and 50 broadsides by artists from around the world, was co-organized by Beau Beausoleil, Founder of the Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition, and Sarah Bodman, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Fine Print Research in Bristol, UK.

The Center for Books Arts
July 10-September 21, 2013
Artists' Reception: July 10, 7-9 pm

Alwan for the Arts
16 Beaver Street, 4th Floor
July 17-September 21, 2013
Artists' Reception: July 17, 6-8 pm

Columbia University Libraries
Butler Library, 535 West 114th St.
July 16-September 21, 2013
Artists' Reception: Tuesday, July 16, 6-8 pm

International Print Center New York
508 West 26th Street, 5th Floor
June 13-August 9 & September 5-21, 2013
Artists' Reception: Thursday, June 13, 6-8 pm

Poets House
10 River Terrace
July 11-October 5, 2013
Artists' Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8 pm

Resonance: books in time

June 24 – August 26, 2013

This exhibition of individual and collaborative artists’ books by Ann Forbush, Ania Gilmore, and Annie Zeybekoglu chronicles the journey and intersection of a shared artistic vision. Each of the three artists’ individual works were selected by the other two responding to a shared aesthetic, a common curiosity, or an engagement with materials. Collaborative works evolved naturally from this process, and are expressions that celebrate both solo voices and harmonic exchange, creating balance and growth provoking conversations.

Curated by Ania Gilmore

Rochester Public Library
115 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

POPIERUKAS 2013 Fourth Annual Exhibition of Paper Ideas

May 24 – June 10, 2013
Artists' Reception: May 24, 2013 at 6 pm

Kaunas Photography Gallery
Rotušės sq.1/Vilniaus str.2,
Kaunas, Lithuania

Defining Moments: Time and Memory in Artist Books

May 30 – June 29, 2013

Participating artists: Lola Baltzell, Janet Bemis, Carol Blackwell, Donna Catazaro, Dennis Dahill, Laura Davidson, Ann Forbush, Ania Gilmore, Ronni Komarow, Julie Shaw Lutts, Peter Madden, Molly Van Nice, Lisa Olson, Patricia Sarrafian Ward, Marcella Stasa, Stephanie Stigliano, Susan Schmidt, Annie Zeybekoglu

Curated by Ronni Komarow

Brickbottom Gallery
1 Fitchburg Street
Somerville, MA 02143

Fifth International Artists’ Book Exhibition

May 18 – October 27, 2013
Artists' Reception: May 18, 2013 at 4 pm

King St. Stephen Museum
8000 Székesfehérvár, Fő utca 6.
Székesfehérvár, Hungary

Visions from Afar

March 26 – April 27, 2013
Artists' Reception: April 4th, 2013 6-8pm

Mt. Ida College Gallery/School of Design
777 Dedham Street
02459 Newton MA

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here

February 1 – May 11, 2013
Artists' Reception: Friday, Februay 1, 2012 6:00 - 8:00pm

The San Francisco Center for the Book
375 Rhode Island Street
San Francisco, CA 94103-5133

A project of Beau Beausoleil and Sarah Bodman, coordinated by Sas Colby.

Correspondence 9th International Book Art Festival in Poland

February 8 – March 3, 2013
Artists' Reception: February 8 at 7pm

Ośrodek Działań Artystycznych w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim
ODA Sieradzka 8, Piotrków Trybunalski

Curators: Alicja Słowikowska, Jadwiga Tryzno (Poland), Ania Gilmore (USA), Sarah Bodman (UK)

Lodz Polish Book art Museum invites you to the
9th International Book Art Festival CORRESPONDENCE
presenting works of 84 artists from Europe, USA and Asia.