CBBAG members gathered in person and online on July 29, 2023, for a fun day of talks and tours! 

If you missed out on the day's talks, check out the videos on the CBBAG Youtube Channel

A slideshow celebrating 40 years of outreach, workshops, and exhibitions!  https://youtu.be/V3sKBjU_ahY

Introduction to the day with CBBAG president, Christine McNair, and talk from Don Taylor "And Still the Binder" https://youtu.be/Z7AgCEWh1P0

Talk from Tim Dyck "Making Books as Movie Props" https://youtu.be/jmmXqfisC1I


Don Taylor is a bookbinder and restorer who works and teaches in Toronto. He has taught for CBBAG since 1984. He was trained in bookbinding and design at Sheridan College and the Three Schools of Art and has studied with Betsy Palmer Eldridge. His work is exhibited widely and is represented in public and private collections across Canada. He can be found at dontaylorbookbinder.com 

Timothy Dyck grew up on the prairies, where the big skies and open spaces inspired his artistic development. This eventually led to an MFA degree in Montreal, and part of that experience was an apprenticeship in bookbinding. Now Tim is a bookbinder living in Durham, Ontario. He is on the executive committee of the CBBAGSouthwestern Ontario  chapter. He can be found at colourjar.ca

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