Category Archives: Studio Rental

“A thriving part of the Potrero Hill community for over a decade”

Look what we spotted on the Creativebug blog today. San Francisco Center for the Book is just a stones throw away from Creativebug HQ and has been a thriving part of the Potrero Hill community for over a decade. This month, SFCB celebrates its re-opening in a new and larger space just around the corner. […]

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The San Francisco Center for the Book

Open Print Studio: Where the Magic Happens

A quick dispatch from last Friday’s absolutely hoppin’ Open Print Studio: I was supervising this particular evening, but fellow OPS supervisor, and rockstar intern Meredith Hudson-Redfield was there, too, and she brought her senior projects class from CCA.  She used her OPS press time to give them an introduction to letterpress printing.  They learned how […]

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Annemarie Munn
Annemarie Munn
Annemarie's abiding love of the broadside brought her to printmaking, book arts, and to SFCB, where she has been volunteering for almost two years. She is currently studying for her MFA in Fiction at SFSU, where she also studies printmaking and book arts.

Fresh off the Press: Gift Certificates!

We are now very happy to offer our freshly printed Gift Certificates! For those of you with loved ones subtly hinting at how much they’d like to take a class, or rent studio time at the SFCB, fear no more! Our Gift Certificates are hand made here at the center and are available to purchase […]

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Hannah Schuster
Hannah has been an avid book reader since her youth, and through a happy accident discovered the amazing art of book binding and letterpress. She has lived in San Francisco for three years and spends her time (when not occupied with all things book) taking photographs on an impractical camera and trolling the streets collecting twigs and discarded items.