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Meg Green

Book Binder Meg Green
Teaching area: 
Art, Design and Media
Qualifications: 

 

  • Master of Fine Arts in Book Arts and Printmaking, Concordia University, Montreal, 1999
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Printmaking, State University of New York, 1996
Experience: 

Meg combines traditional binding methods with an innovative approach to materials and techniques. Commissions include artist collaborations, unique volumes, limited editions, commercial editions, repairs and reconstructions.

Meg holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Book Arts and Printmaking. She’s been teaching Book Arts and bookbinding since 1996 and her original works have exhibited and sold in Montreal, New York and London. She is the founder of Atelier Soleil, Centre for Book Arts in her native Montreal and Some Odd Pages in London, UK.

Meg currently teaches Book Arts and bookbinding at the Richmond Art School, The National Trust, accepts private students at the studio and is often approached to teach specific projects or skills.

Meg is a Professional Member of The Society of Bookbinders and an Associate Member with Designer Bookbinders in the UK.

Interests - Book Arts, Bookbinding, Visual Arts, Studio Practices, Making Cultures

 

Website - Someoddpages.com

Exhibitions: 

 

  • 2016 Surrey Life Magazine, feature article
  • 2015 Artist’s Book Yearbook, UWE Centre for Fine Print Research, feature
  • 2014 Guildhall Library, 2014 Artist-in-Residence, Culture & Heritage London
  • 2014 ’FLUX Archives’ Featured artist
  • 2014 ‘LondEnfold’, Artist In Residence, Guildhall Library, City of London
  • 2014 New Ashgate Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Farnham, Surrey, UK
  • 2014 ‘BOUND’ Hosted online group exhibition for UNESCO World Book Day
  • 2014 Artist In Residence, Guildhall Library, City of London

 

  • 2014 New Ashgate Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Farnham, Surrey, UK
  • 2011 - 2016 University of the West of England Centre Fine Print Research
  • 2011, 2013, 2014 UWE Centre Fine Print Research, ‘Infiltrating Libraries’ series
  • 2003 Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Christmas exhibition and fair.
  • 2000 McGill University Rare Books Library, case display
  • 2000 ‘H2O’, Group exhibition, Atelier Soleil, Montreal
  • 1999 ‘Bound’, Bourget Gallery, Montreal1998 ‘Flax en Vrac’, Belgo Gallery, Montreal
  • 1997 ‘Marginalia’, Bourget Gallery, Montreal1996 Western New York Printmakers Exhibition, group exhibition
  • 1996 Concordia University Printmakers Exhibition, group exhibition

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