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Re: exhibit announcement



I hope there will be some images on-line as I will not be able to travel to
the museum.  It sounds very exciting.  Thank you.

Randee
----- Original Message -----
From: "Emily Martin" <emilyjmartin@HOME.COM>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 9:20 AM
Subject: exhibit announcement


> Making Waves in the Midwest: The Art of Asian Paper
> April 21 - August 5, 2001
> Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Museum of Art
> Tues-Sat, 10-4
> 410 3rd Ave. S.E.
> Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
> 319 366-7503
> http://www.crma.org.
>
> Free to Members / Adults $5.00 / Students $3.00
>
> Centuries ahead of Europe, the Chinese, Japanese and Koreans
> perfected the art of papermaking. Working by hand, they
> produced very fibrous paper and valued it not only as something
> to write on but for its own beauty as well. Making Waves in the
> Midwest: The Art of Asian Paper presents a brief survey of Asian
> papermaking and features the work of contemporary artists and
> artisans whose books, lamps, baskets, jewelry, prints, and
> sculptures are inspired by the traditions of oriental papermaking,
> as well as by Asian design and imagery. Almost all of the artists
> featured in the exhibition have either studied or taught at
> papermaking facilities in the Midwest and more than half of these
> artists have studied with Tim Barrett, founder of the Research and
> Paper Production Facility at the University of Iowa Center for the
> Book (UICB).
>
> Artists and artisans included in the exhibition are Lynn Amlie,
> Timothy Barrett, Jocelyn Chateauvert, Lucy David, Amanda
> Degener, Paul Denhoed, Ming Fay, Dorothy Field, Richard Flavin,
> Robert Glasgow, Byron Kim, Donna Koretsky, Elaine Korestsky,
> Jongwon Lee, Winifred Lutz, Emily Martin, Mary Merkel-Hess,
> Haleh Niazmand, Yali Peng, Pamela Paulsrud, Jana Pullman,
> Nancy Purington, James Rumford, Jin Seien, Karen Stahlecker,
> Joan Soppe, Mina Takahashi, Jocelyn Webb, Paul Wong and Gloria
> Zmolek.
> Making Waves in the Midwest is an adaptation by the Cedar Rapids
> Museum of Art of the travelling exhibition, Out of the Floating
> Waves: Eastern Papermaking Tradition and Transition, organized by
> the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis and curated by
> Mary Jo Pauly, Artistic Director, with the assistance of Jana
> Pullman and Amanda Degener. The Cedar Rapids adaptation
> features additional contemporary works of art and is curated by
> Jane Milosch, Curator at CRMA, with the assistance of Lynn
> Amlie, Director, UICB Research and Production Paper Facility.
>
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