Learning Resources

These are some of the available workshops, college classes/programs in the book arts and online tutorials.
The Book Arts Web: Tutorials
Book History Online
Carnegie Mellon Libraries: Artists’ Books
Complete Guide to Art Schools
Conservation OnLine
EBSQ: Altered Book Tutorial
Eden Workshops Bookbinding Resources
Garage Annex School for Book Arts
Guide to Art Scholarships
Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord Blog
Mills College: Book Arts
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Pacific Art League
Paper & Book Intensive
Resources & Tools for Art Students
Timetable for Book Development
San Francisco Center for the Book
University of Iowa Center for the Book
Washi Arts: Learn all about washi
Jamila Rufaro’s One Page Folded Pocket Book Tutorial

Professional Organizations

These sites offer a variety of resources related to the book arts. Some have online exhibitions.
Bay Area Book Artists
Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild
Center for Book Arts: NY
The Codex Foundation
College Book Art Association
Guild of Book Workers
Hand Bookbinders of California
Hand Papermaking
Miniature Book Society
NORBAG-North Redwoods Book Arts Groups
Kalamazoon Book Arts Center
San Diego Book Arts
Rare Books and Manuscripts

Related Arts Resources

1000 Journals: Round Robin
A Beginner’s Guide to Calligraphy: History, Lessons & More
Calligraphy: Writing Art for Greeting Cards, Letters, and More
Calligraphy: Pacific Scribes

Supplies and Books

Daniel Smith: Art Supplies
Hiromi Paper International, Inc.
Hollander’s Decorative and Handmade Papers
John Neal: Books and Supplies
Moab Paper Co: Digital Papers
Jerry’s New York Central (formerly New York Central Art Supply)
European Papers
Somerset Studio (magazine)
Dieu Donne / Papermill
Shades of Paper: Digital Papers
Talas: Archival and Conservation Materials
This To That: Glues and Gluing
Twinrocker: Handmade Paper and Supplies
Bonefolder: A free e-journal
Volcano Arts
Washi Arts

Copyright Free Images

These sites are sources of images that are in the public domain or can be used with a Creative Commons license. Be sure to check each organization’s copyright information. For example the Library of Congress will show only thumbnails of restricted images.
BibliOdyssey blog
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Flickr Commons