Karen is curator of the Print and Picture Collection and Head of the Art Department at the Free Library of Philadelphia. She has an MFA in Photography and Book Arts from Visual Studies Workshop/SUNY-Buffalo.
Amanda is a book artist, writer, printer, and offset enthusiast. She manages the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts and the Digital Imaging Labs at the University of the Arts where she graduated from the MFA Book Arts/Printmaking program in 2007.
Ansley is currently working at the American Philosophical Society in the book conservation department. She graduated in 2009 from the University of the Arts with an MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking.
Marketing and Communication
Valeria Kremser is a book conservation technician, artist, and educator.
She has taught workshops on topics from papermaking and book structures to origami. She has performed treatment on items ranging from objects from Ellis Island to the personal notebooks of Bruce Springsteen.
She is the Events Chair for The Philadelphia Center for the Book and the Webmaster for the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers.
Mary Agnes Williams
Mary Agnes makes pinhole photographs and collaborates on artist books with her husband Thomas Parker Williams. She has more than 25 years' experience in nonprofit development and administration for social services and cultural organizations including Allens Lane Art Center, Woodmere Art Museum, and the Rosenbach Museum & Library.
Jessica is an artist working in book arts, video, print media, and installation. When not in her studio, she spends her days working with fiber optics as a Production Assistant at Current Designs and as a Conservation Bench Technician at the American Philosophical Society. She received her MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking at the University of the Arts in 2010.
Liaison to The University of the Arts
Susan is a book artist, writer, and sometimes scholar. She is Director of the MFA Book Arts/Printmaking Program at The University of the Arts.
Co-founder of PCB
Caitlin draws heavily on the visual vernacular of urban streets and historical collections in her prints, artist books and installations. A member of Space 1026, she works as Project Manager for Philagrafika 2010.
Co-founder of PCB
Jude makes sculptural books and teaches books arts, with a special interest in working with classroom teachers. She works as a preparator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.