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Re: Naropa Summer Program



Charles,

It was my understanding after a brief conversation with a Naropa faculty
member that, after taking one of these introductory workshops, there is an
opportunity for students to work independently on their own projects. Is
that the case?

charles

>The Naropa Institute print shop has 2 Vandercooks & the C & P that Lyn
>Hejinian (Tuumba Press) & then David Sheidlower (Coincidence Press) once
>owned.  They also have a large amount of Perpetua type.  Last summer Janet
>Rodney's workshop printed a small chapbook of Rumi poems.  Other printers
>teaching (one week) workshops were Ann & Ken Miklowski, & Julie Seko.  This
>summer Sam & Sally Green (Brooding Heron Press) offer separate letterpress &
>bookbinding workshops the first two weeks, Julie Seko returns teh third, &
>Brad O'Sullivan (who has printed many of the Rodent Press covers) teaches the
>last week.
>
>Anyone interested should be aware that workshops last one week, are
>introductory in nature, & that students can only sign up for one workshop per
>week for each of the 4 week sessions.  Workshop assignments are not
>guaranteed & Naropa MFA students are given priority.
>
>hope this helps,
>
>Charles Smith


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