Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection

The Baylor Libraries' Book Arts Collection began in 2007, with the acquisition of a collection of artists' books by artist Maddy Rosenberg. Since that time, the collection has grown to approximately 800 works representing numerous artists and presses. The collection functions as a teaching collection for both studio artists working in the medium as well as various disciplines outside the arts. The collection is available for group and class meetings as well as individual appointments. Recent examples of classes using the collection include medical humanities, history, introduction to art, graphic design, typography, non-woven fibers, mixed media, drawing, illustration, and book arts seminar. The collection includes a wide ranging representation of everything from singe-page constructions, complex forms, sculptural bookworks, fine press, letterpress, photography, handmade papers, textiles, collaborative works, and more.

For questions about the collection or to see selections from the collection, please contact Sha Towers, Curator of the Baylor Book Arts Collection, Art Liaison Librarian, and Director of Liaison Services

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GUIDES

Guide to Artists' Books and Bookmaking
Inventory of Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection

ONLINE EXHIBITS

Books of the Heart / Heart of the Books: An Online Exhibit from the Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection Artists'Books- A Cabinet of Curiosities: An Online Exhibit from the Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection Artists'Books from the BBAC,Feb-Mar 2015 An Online Exhibit from the Baylor Libraries Book Arts Collection

COLLECTIONS

Maddy Rosenberg Artist's Book Collection