About 150 American Printing History Association members and their friends came together at the Corcoran in Washington DC on October 15 and 16 for APHA’s annual conference. A number of FPBA members are also APHA members. The subject of the conference was “Learning to Print, Teaching to Print: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.” A few scenes:

The Center for Book Arts in NYC gave the first presentation.

Betty Bright gave the keynote.

Silk screen demonstration at the Corcoran College of Art and Design.

Presentation by the Chesapeake chapter of APHA, which was the organizer of the converence.

Terry Belanger presented.
–Bob McCamant