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Re: Bookbinding in Guatemala



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Hello there
Did you receive our address ?
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Brenda Dreghorn
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From: Barbara Broff Goldman <Bbroffgold@AOL.COM>
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Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 8:30 PM
Subject: Bookbinding in Guatemala


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>           CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
>            See The Exhibition Online, And Order Your Catalog.
>                       <http://www.philobiblon.com>
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> Paste papers and bookbinding in La Antigua Guatemala, February 1 - 10,
2002.
> Barbara Broff Goldman is will be your instructor for 10 exciting and
> adventurous days in the delightful, historical town of La Antiqua, the
> colonial capital of Guatemala. Located about 1/2 hour from Guatemala City,
La
> Antiqua is an international, colorful, artsy town surrounded by volcanos
AND
> it is warm in the winter.
> The class will include paste paper making and bindings of one of a kind
> artist books. By the end of the week you should have many different book
> styles and hopefully a memory book to remind you of a wonderful vacation.
> Beginners AND sightseers welcome.
> Classes are conducted in the mornings in the courtyard of the private home
> where you will be staying.
> The afternoons are for sightseeing,  which will include a visit to a home
in
> Santa Catarina Barahona where you will learn to make tortillas and sample
a
> typical meal. Also an overnight trip to Lake Atitlan, a VERY beautiful
lake
> located in the western highlands of Guatemala, surrounded by volcanos and
> colorful Mayan markets.
>
> For more information please contact :
> Liza Fourre
> Art Workshops in Guatemala
> 4758 Lyndale Av S.
> Minneapolis, MN 55409-2304
> 612 825-0747
> email: info@artguat.org
> websight: http://www.artguat.org
>
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