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Events for July 9, 2017 x
book arts summer institute logo
Book Arts Center Summer Institute
Jul 9 @ 12:00pm

The Summer Institute offers intensive hands-on courses for people of all skill levels in book making, letterpress, calligraphy, and more.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 9

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 10, 2017 x
wells logo on basketball court floor
2017 Basketball Day Camp
Jul 10 @ 9:00am

Join members of the Wells College basketball teams this summer as they host a camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 17.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 10

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 11, 2017 x
wells logo on basketball court floor
2017 Basketball Day Camp
Jul 11 @ 9:00am

Join members of the Wells College basketball teams this summer as they host a camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 17.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 11

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 12, 2017 x
wells logo on basketball court floor
2017 Basketball Day Camp
Jul 12 @ 9:00am

Join members of the Wells College basketball teams this summer as they host a camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 17.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 12

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 13, 2017 x
wells logo on basketball court floor
2017 Basketball Day Camp
Jul 13 @ 9:00am

Join members of the Wells College basketball teams this summer as they host a camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 17.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 13

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 14, 2017 x
Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 14

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 15, 2017 x
Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 15

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 16, 2017 x
book arts summer institute logo
Book Arts Center Summer Institute
Jul 16 @ 12:00pm

The Summer Institute offers intensive hands-on courses for people of all skill levels in book making, letterpress, calligraphy, and more.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 16

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 17, 2017 x
soccer ball on grass field
2017 Soccer Day Camp
Jul 17 @ 9:00am

Head Coach Mara Primmer of the Wells women's soccer team will direct campers of all abilities with the goal of improving skills and team play.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 17

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 18, 2017 x
soccer ball on grass field
2017 Soccer Day Camp
Jul 18 @ 9:00am

Head Coach Mara Primmer of the Wells women's soccer team will direct campers of all abilities with the goal of improving skills and team play.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 18

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

FL PRISM Invasive Species Teacher Training Workshop
Jul 18

FL PRISM Invasive Species Teacher Training Workshop
The Finger Lakes Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (FL PRISM) offers an Invasive Species training for teachers. This event is co-hosted by the Center for Sustainability and the Environment.
Tuesday, July 18th, 8:00 am through Wednesday, July 19th, 5:00 pm
Zabriskie 212 (Sustainability Center)

Events for July 19, 2017 x
soccer ball on grass field
2017 Soccer Day Camp
Jul 19 @ 9:00am

Head Coach Mara Primmer of the Wells women's soccer team will direct campers of all abilities with the goal of improving skills and team play.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 19

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

FL PRISM Invasive Species Teacher Training Workshop
Jul 19

FL PRISM Invasive Species Teacher Training Workshop
The Finger Lakes Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (FL PRISM) offers an Invasive Species training for teachers. This event is co-hosted by the Center for Sustainability and the Environment.
Tuesday, July 18th, 8:00 am through Wednesday, July 19th, 5:00 pm
Zabriskie 212 (Sustainability Center)

Events for July 20, 2017 x
soccer ball on grass field
2017 Soccer Day Camp
Jul 20 @ 9:00am

Head Coach Mara Primmer of the Wells women's soccer team will direct campers of all abilities with the goal of improving skills and team play.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 20

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 21, 2017 x
soccer ball on grass field
2017 Soccer Day Camp
Jul 21 @ 9:00am

Head Coach Mara Primmer of the Wells women's soccer team will direct campers of all abilities with the goal of improving skills and team play.

Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 21

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 22, 2017 x
Book Arts Center Summer Institute 2017
Jul 22

The Summer Institute features multiple week-long workshops where participants can study with any one of a number of practitioners specialized in book arts and related fields. In this—our 12th year—we present two weeks, each with five courses to choose from. Each week is filled with intensive hands-on instruction and practice, but there is also time to relax and enjoy the spectacular lake sunsets and bucolic surrounding area. Often, participants will work on their projects late into the evening taking advantage of the 24 hour access that the institute provides.

The schedule includes:

Week 1 — July 9–15

  • Michael & Winnie Bixler – Typecasting and Monotype Composition
  • Lorrie Frear – Italic Intensive for Beginning Calligraphers
  • Samuel Feinstein – Hand Tooling with Gold Leaf & Foil
  • Jesse Marsolais – Introduction to Lettercarving in Stone
  • Sara Sauers – Letterpress Fundamentals on the Vandercook

Week 2 — July 16–22

  • April Sheridan – The Technology of the Broadside
  • Barb Tetenbaum – Hybrid Structures for Hybrid Voices
  • Jennifer Scheuer  –  Stone Lithography
  • James Grieshaber  –  Digital Type Making with FontLab
  • Nancy Sharon Collins  –  Book Arts Entrepreneurship

Read more about the summer institute or about the Wells Book Arts Center.

Events for July 31, 2017 x
wells logo on basketball court floor
2017 Basketball Day Camp
Jul 31 @ 9:00am

Join members of the Wells College basketball teams this summer as they host a camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 17.

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