Resources to inspire you during stay home/stay healthy! Click here for a list of web tutorials on books arts curated by MalPina Chan and Pat Chupa.
As an added treat, click here to see the work of the artists participating in the 2nd Annual Book Exchange! You may also click here to view the work of the artists who participated in the Stay at Home Collaborative Book Project!
Donate to our 10th anniversary fund!
The story of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes popularized an ancient Japanese legend that anyone who folds a thousand paper cranes so pleases the gods, that they will be granted one wish. Believing that small acts can make a difference, Clarissa Sligh folded thousands of paper cranes for several installations now on display at the Collins Memorial Library.
We invite all members to contribute to the PSBA 10th Anniversary Fund. Proceeds of our Anniversary Fund will be used to support our mini-workshops, lectures, and salons and to foster and mentor emerging book artists in our community as well as to secure larger meeting spaces in the community. To learn more about the PSBA 10th Anniversary Fund and how to donate, click on this link.
The mission of the Puget Sound Book Artists is to further the knowledge, practice and understanding of the art of the book by means of educational activities including but not limited to lectures, workshops, and exhibits.