Tradition and innovation in Book Arts
@the San Gallo Campus


Instruction & Class structure:
Semester Studio classes meet for two three-hour session per week, and students have ample time outside of classtime during the week and weekends. Classes consist of lectures, demonstrations, and open studio.During summer sessions classes meet four days per week and students have the same additional acess as the semester students.

SRISA supplies most of the required materials with a lab fee. Students purchase their own printing papers, personal tools and drawing supplies.

Book Art Course fees and Lab information:
The Book Arts Lab located in the Printmaking facilities is open from 9am to 11pm most days and students have access outside of scheduled class-time. Many supplies such as inks, glue, mat- board, and general book arts tools are provided by the school in a kit provided to each student which is covered by the course fee charged to students. Students will be responsible for purchasing paper and other personal supplies not provided in the book arts kit.
Students working SRISA Typography Area Carton Boards for Book Arts Group fun in the Book Arts Studio
SRISA Students Work SRISA Press Machines for Book Arts Carton for Book Arts Having fun in the Book Arts Studio Some works in the Book Arts Studio Mobile Characters for Book Arts Acrylic Colors for Book Arts SRISA Students working hard
Meet the SRISA Faculty
Book Arts Professor Silva
Prof. Patricia Silva

Meet the SRISA Staff

Studio Manager Pierazzuoli
Marta Pierazzuoli
SRISA Studio Manager
  • The SRISA San Gallo Fine Arts Campus