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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 Spring 2016

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.
SNAP Line Winter 2015

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