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Re: EDIBLE BOOK HIGH-LOW TEA



The First International Edible Book Hi-LowTea will be held on Saturday 1 April
throughout the world depending upon the time zone involved.  From 2- 4 p.m. in
most places, the edible books will be exhibited and at 4 p.m., tea and/or
coffee will be served and the “books” will be consumed.  Venues are in
Australia, in France at Graphes in Paris and Matiere Contact in Lyon, at the
Argyle-Zebra Gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota; at the School of Art at Arizona
State University in Tempe; at the Center for Book Arts in New York City; at
Chax Press in Tucson, Arziona; at the Columbia College Chicago Center for Book
and Paper Arts in Chicago, Illinois; at the home of Sara Rosenbluth’s in La
Jolla along with the San Diego Book Arts group; at the Printer, Findlay, Ohio
where even type lice will be featured; at the San Francisco Center for the
Book; and at Crossroads School, Sam Francis Gallery in Santa Monica.  At Mesa
College in San Diego, the Book Arts Class will have an Edible Book event on 3
April (Monday morning).

All in these various locales are invited to attend.  Please see our website
at
http://www.geocities.com/books2eat

and please take digital photographs and send them to the website so that our
Web hostess, Beatrice Coron, the Eclectic Iconoclast, can post them after the
event!

In Los Angeles, the Edible Book High-Low Tea is featured in the LA Weekly as
the Event of the Week, thanks to Peter Frank.
Judith A. Hoffberg                         tel.:       (310)399-1146
Umbrella/Umbrella Editions          fax:       (310)399-5070
P.O. Box 3640
Santa Monica CA 90408
umbrella@ix.netcom.com
http://colophon.com/journal
http://www.geocities.com/books2eat/
Let a smile be your umbrella!

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