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Book Arts Event!
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- Subject: Book Arts Event!
- From: Janice Esther Westley Braun <jbraun@ELLA.MILLS.EDU>
- Date: Tue, 19 Mar 1996 18:34:48 -0800
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- Sender: "The Book Arts: binding, typography, collecting" <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
(Apologies for list duplication....)
=D2CATALYSTS: CONTINUING DIALOGUES IN BOOKS ARTS=D3
April 11 & 12, 1996 at MILLS COLLEGE, Oakland, California
A Joint Celebration & Symposium with Mills College & Camberwell College
of Art (The London Institute). Presented by The Book Arts Program in
co-sponsorship with The Center for the Book, Mills College
Thursday, April 11th:
6:30-7:30 p.m.=D1Reception & Exhibition: Work from the Camberwell Press.=20
Heller Rare Book Room, Olin Library
7:30-9:30=D1The Charlene Garry Fund Celebration. Bender Room, Carnegie
Hall. Talk: Decherd Turner, the Founding Director of the Bridwell
Library (speaker): =D2To Honor Charlene Garry & the Mills/Camberwell
Partnership=D3 Exhibition: Charlene Garry=D5s Basilisk Press. Linda L.
Brownrigg, Anderson-Lovelace Publishers (curator). Gala Reception &
Open House, Book Arts Studios.
=46riday, April 12th:
4-6 p.m.=D1Catalysts*: Eileen Hogan, Dean of School, Camberwell College of
Art (presenter). Including an opportunity for book arts students to learn
about possibilities for graduate and other study. =20
6-7:30 p.m.=D1No-host dinner, Faculty Dining Room, Rothwell Center.=20
$12. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED=D1Phone 510-430-2047
7:30-9:30 p.m. =D1=D3Where is the Critical Dialogue in Book Arts?=D3*
With Cathy Courtney, Critic, Art Monthly & Research Fellow, Camberwell
College of Art (presenter) and Sas Colby, Visual Artist, Taos, New
Mexico (facilitator). An informal facilitated discussion.
*Articles prepared by presenters are available to read in advance of
their presentations. Call 510-430-2047 and leave your mailing address
ALL EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND FREE OF CHARGE (except for dinner
on 4/12 which is $12).
=46or more information please call Janice Braun at the Center for the
Book, Mills College, 510-430-2047.