Exhibitions

The New England Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers has worked to build a community of book workers, conservators and artists who can connect to share ideas and techniques to sustain ourselves and our craft. One aspect of this mission is through member exhibitions. The first exhibit took place in 1982 in Boston at Bromer Booksellers. That exhibit displayed all manner of work from blank models, design bindings, calligraphy, artist books, fine printing, marbled paper and paste paper. Each subsequent exhibit brought more interest and continued to showcase the diversity of our member’s interests and talents.

1982 Fall Exhibition
Bromer Booksellers
Boston, MA

1984 // Fall Exhibition
Bromer Booksellers
Boston, MA

1986 // Fall Exhibition
Bromer Booksellers
Boston, MA

1989 // Members Exhibition
Rhode Island School of Design – Museum of Art
Providence, RI

1990 // Book Arts Exhibition — Polychrome — Polytechnique
Creative Arts Workshop
New Haven, CT

1992 // 10th Anniversary Exhibition
– Museum of Our National Heritage – Van Gorden-Williams Library
Lexington, MA
– Round Top Center for the Arts
Damariscotta, ME

1995 // Created Space
– Brown University – John Hay Library
Providence, RI
– Syracuse University Library – Department of Special Collections
Syracuse, NY
– The University of the Arts – Albert M. Greenfield Library
Philadelphia, PA

2004 // New England Vignettes
Providence Athenaeum
Providence, RI

2008 // Inspired Design: The Mentoring Stamp
Smith College – Book Arts Gallery, Neilson Library
Northampton, MA

2011 // deFINEd Bindings: 26 Bindings of the Pictorial Webster’s
Bromfield Gallery
Boston, MA

2013 // Book Arts Studio Handbook
Online Exhibition

2014 – 2015 // Geographies
– Rhode Island School of Design – Fleet Library
Providence, RI
– University of Southern Maine – Wishcamper Library
Portland, ME
– University of Vermont – Bailey/Howe Library
Burlington, VT
– Williams College Library
Williamstown, MA
– Dartmouth College Library
Hanover, NH
– Creative Arts Workshop
New Haven, CT

2016 // Exquisite Corpse
– Online Exhibition
– North Bennet Street School
Boston, MA

2019 // Exquisite Corpse
Online Exhibition

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