The Book Arts Program at the Virginia Center for the Book offers a full schedule of classes and workshops in the arts and crafts of bookmaking. Here’s the complete listing… Read More»
Everyone in the Charlottesville-Albemarle community is invited to participate in this collaborative public art project with visiting printmaker Amos Paul Kennedy Jr., our inaugural Frank Riccio Artist in Residence.
We are honored to announce that the newly-launched Frank Riccio Residency will feature Amos Paul Kennedy as the first annual artist-in-residence at the Virginia Center for the Book…
Thursday, October 256:30-8PMRefreshments and special broadside debutJoin us for an evening of poetry with Nathan Spoon, author most recently of Doomsday Bunker. Center for the Book Member Jennifer Wingard collaborated… Read More»
If you’re headed to the 2018 Virginia Library Association conference this week, please stop by our booth to say hello and pick up some free materials! Then, make plans to… Read More»
Virginia Center for the Book is pleased to announce…the winners and unveiled entrants for our contest and exhibition, Cover Story. You remember the challenge, right? Re-cover (or even rebind) a… Read More»
Calling all book artists! Cover a book and document your work for this juried contest with $400 in cash prizes…
The Virginia Center for the Book’s Annual Members Project Bird Talk “took flight” on November 14, 2018, during our Annual Raucous Auction. Auction guests got a gander at the first of the completed editions of… Read More»