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Re: The Best of the Best: A Traveling Exhibition of the Guild of Book Workers - Opening November 5 at Smith College, Northampton, MA



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It was a great pleasure to see this exhibition while it was at Dartmouth. I
would definitely recommend that you see this exhibit in person if at all
possible. Thank you Peter for reminding us about this wonderful exhibit as
it works it way about the country.
Best Regards,
Bette Abdu in New Hampshire


on 10/30/01 6:01 PM, Peter D. Verheyen at gbw@DREAMSCAPE.COM wrote:
>
> <Please excuse cross-posting>
>
> The Best of the Best at Smith College
> November 5-December 21, 2001
>
> The Guild of Book Workers' traveling exhibition of members' work, The Best
> of the Best, will be on display in Neilson Library, Smith College,
> Northampton, MA November 5-December 21, 2001 (in the Morgan Gallery, first
> floor, and in the newly-named Book Arts Gallery on the third floor). The
> Guild, founded in 1906, is a national organization of printers,
> bookbinders, calligraphers, papermakers, and other workers in the book
> arts. This juried exhibition, about midway through its one and a half year
> tour throughout the U.S., features the work of 33 participants from 18
> states. It showcases a marvelous variety of work produced by traditional
> techniques as well as the latest technologies of inkjet printing, in both
> usual and unusual formats.
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