Carol Barton
Master Lecturer
BFA, Washington University

Carol Barton is a book artist, curator and teacher who has published several editions and has organized both local and national shows of artists' books. Her work is exhibited internationally and is in numerous collections, including the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She served as curator for the Smithsonian Institution's exhibition Science and the Artist's Book. She has taught at elementary, high school and university levels, as well as conducted adult workshops at art centers across the United States. She is on the faculty at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she teaches courses in bookbinding and book structures. In 1999 her artist's book edition, "Vision Shifts," was published by the Borowsky Center in Philadelphia. She was awarded the Bogliasco Fellowship for a residency in Italy in the fall of 2000, during which time she worked on Five Luminous Towers. She was awarded a residency by the Sacatar Foundation in Brazil in the fall of 2001 and published an artist's how-to book on paper engineering in 2004.

Class Schedule, Spring 2016

M04:00PM - 06:50PMBook Arts: Structures

Contact Info

Office: Anderson Hall 603
Tel: 215-717-6490
Fax: 215-717-6632