SNAP Line Spring 2016
- The first SNAPLine issue of 2016 features what SNAP knows best… Print Culture. In this issue we see how Alex McGuckin restores antiquarian books back to their original luster; Stephanie Bailey provides a timeline of Canada’s Art publications who have come, gone and reinvented themselves. Jason Urban is this issue’s Newsletter Artist and in-addition to creating a beautiful Risograph print, writes an essay why print is here to stay. Jill Stanton is this issue’s My Process artist discussing narratives in her self published zines and murals; and Adam Waldon-Blain is SNAP Line’s 2016’s serial writer and will be providing readers with “Bad Advice for Artists” throughout the year.
SNAP Line Winter 2015
- The winter SNAPline issue closes 2015 with a look at collectors, collecting and collections. In this issue, Elizabeth Joseph speaks passionately about the artwork she’s collected and reluctantly missed out on; Michelle Schultz discusses what it takes to be an art collector; and both offer tips to budding collectors who want to take the leap into art collecting. Dana Holst displays her unique collection of antiques in this issue’s Photo Essay; Jeff Papineau exposes the unique collection of Artist Books at the University of Alberta’s Bruce Peel Special Collections & Archives. Leanne Olson is the SNAP Line Winter 2015 Newsletter Artist; her limited edition print, Where a Lake Once Was, was the inaugural project of SNAP’s new Digital Lab, which SNAP is pleased to announce as an exciting new resource to artists in SNAP’s Printshop.
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