The Jaffe Center for Book Arts is pleased to announce that applications for
JCBA’s Helen M. Salzberg Artist in Residence Program for the 2023 calendar year are now being accepted.
This year's residency, like last year's, is designed to offer flexibility in residency: you could be our next Salzberg
Resident without leaving your home studio (wherever it may be).
Artists working in the book arts (and other media, too, as long as the creative project can be thought of as book
arts related) are encouraged to apply. Poet and artist Helen M. Salzberg established the Salzberg Residency in 2011
to encourage artists from all over the world to come to JCBA to be inspired and to inspire. For 2023, the Salzberg
Resident is not required to physically come to JCBA, but we do expect the inspiration aspects to continue.
JCBA'S FIFTH ANNUAL
LIBRARY WAYZGOOSE FESTIVAL
AN ONLINE VIDEO EVENT
ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR BARTLEMAS NIGHT (AUGUST 24)... NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
featuring printer JENNIFER FARRELL of Starshaped Press
music by PATTY LARKIN
JOHN CUTRONE, Director of FAU Libraries' Jaffe Center for Book Arts
Update July 6, 2022: Due to an injury sustained by musician Patty Larkin, this year's Wayzgoose will be postponed until
Patty has had time to heal and play guitar again. Here's a bit of what you can expect once we have our new Wayzgoose date set:
Now Through Letterpress Appreciation Days
(September 18 and 19, 2022)
Wimberly Library Main Lobby (1st Floor)
and Jaffe Center for Book Arts Lobby (3rd Floor East)
A core concept at FAU Libraries' Jaffe Center for Book Arts is that there is more than one way to define "book."
There is also more than one way to tell a story. What if we told a story without words? Could we tell a story solely
through a sequence of images?