Judith Ivry : You do what? 35 years as a bookbinder

Date

Jan 14, 2023
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM | lecture
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM | lunch

Location

Smith library

Sponsor

Salmagundi Library Committee

Admission

Open to the public; up to 30 people
Eventbrite tickets required

$15 | General admission
FREE | Salmagundi members with promo code
The member-only promo code is sent in an email to all members, and can also be requested by contacting info@salmagundi.org
Ticket price covers the lecture only. Lunch is paid for separately at time of dining.
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About the Event

Through slides and a short film, Judith Ivry will describe her work as an independent bookbinder. Start with a short BBC film about her practice, followed by a Powerpoint discussion about the work she does and the various projects for which she has been commissioned.

You also have the option of joining for lunch afterwards! Ticketholders may reserve for lunch by making a reservation via our Reservations page with the message “Library Talk Lunch”.

About the Speaker

Judith Ivry has been an independent bookbinder and book conservator for over 35 years. She operates her bindery in downtown Manhattan and has worked with countless collectors, publishers, artists, museums, libraries and galleries throughout North America.

After receiving her MFA from Syracuse University, she completed the Diploma Program in Craft Bookbinding and Book Conservation at the London College of Printing. Judith has taught and lectured on a variety of bookbinding styles and techniques, as well as serving as a consultant on many book related projects.

Judith Ivry with a stack of giant red bound books