Center for Book & Paper Arts

1104 South Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60605

Center for Book & Paper ArtsThe Center for Book and Paper Arts is dedicated to the research, teaching, and promotion of the interdisciplinary practices that support the book arts and hand papermaking as contemporary art media.

The Center is part of the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago, and in addition to housing both graduate and undergraduate classes for that department, it publishes a critical journal and artists’ books, mounts exhibitions, hosts artist residencies, sponsors symposia and public programs, and provides advanced study through a workshop program.

Share
Place Type

Academic

Phone

312-369-6630

Hours

Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

Website

colum.edu

Upcoming Events

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition 10am 5/2

MFA Thesis Exhibitions | May 2 – 24, 2014 This exhibition features the unveiling of final thesis projects and performances by graduating students in the...

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition 10am 5/4

MFA Thesis Exhibitions | May 2 – 24, 2014 This exhibition features the unveiling of final thesis projects and performances by graduating students in the...

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition 10am 5/5

MFA Thesis Exhibitions | May 2 – 24, 2014 This exhibition features the unveiling of final thesis projects and performances by graduating students in the...

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition 10am 5/6

MFA Thesis Exhibitions | May 2 – 24, 2014 This exhibition features the unveiling of final thesis projects and performances by graduating students in the...

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition 10am 5/7

MFA Thesis Exhibitions | May 2 – 24, 2014 This exhibition features the unveiling of final thesis projects and performances by graduating students in the...

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Followers 4 people

cara Courtney Thompson Interdisciplinary Arts Tom Nelson

Getting Here

    Detailed Directions

  • Conveniently located near I-90/94, I-290, and I-55, the Center is easily accessible from all major highways in the area. To help you plan the fastest routes we suggest using Google Maps.

    Parking Information

  • Although street parking is available at metered locations along the adjacent streets, most visitors to Columbia's South Loop campus park their cars in paid lots located along Wabash Avenue between Congress Parkway and Roosevelt Road.