Maureen Cummins

Maureen Cummins has cranked presses from California to the Eastern Arctic, and created over forty limited edition books based on slave narratives; the Salem Witch trials; turn of the twentieth-century gay love letters; patient records from the oldest mental hospital in the US; and first-hand accounts from Syrian and Iraqi war refugees. She is represented in over one hundred permanent collections and has received many grants, awards, and funded residencies, including a Pollock-Krasner award.

Upcoming Workshops

Book Arts: Form, Content, and Conception

Explore a variety of book forms including pamphlet, accordion, side-sewn Japanese binding, concertina, do-si-do book, flag book, and a “staggered-sheet” binding. Through experimentation with each…

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