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[BKARTS] Edible Books in St. Paul



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Join us for the 3rd Annual Edible Books Exhibition & High Tea
In St. Paul, Minnesota

A-Z Gallery
The Northern Warehouse
308 Prince St.
(corner of 4th & Broadway, by the Farmer's Market)
Sunday, April 7
4:00-6:30 pm

Tickets $5.00, laminated "menus" $8.00

Are ALL artists starving? Not necessarily! View the work in the First Annual
Edible Book Exhibition and High Tea, where production and consumption meet.
It's your chance to "have your art and eat it too".

Apricot to zucchini, asparagus to zinnia, A-Z Gallery welcomes viewers to
relish an edible book exhibition and high tea on Sunday, April 7, 2002 from
4-6:30.  Join artists worldwide through a live Internet link-up to high teas
across the globe.

All works of art shown will be made out of edible materials and have
something to do with books. Materials will include poptarts, seaweed, eggs,
toast, cheese, grains, fruit, candy, vegetables, etc. - encompassing all the
major food groups!

The exhibition is the brainchild of Umbrella Editions and Colophon Journal,
who are sponsoring a web page to accompany the exhibition. Pictures from all
Edible Book High Teas worldwide will be broadcast on the internet at
http://www.geocities.com/books2eat/.

While the ³virtual² exhibition will occur in cyberspace, the ³actual²
exhibition will be displayed only on April 7, 2002 from 4­6:30 p.m. at A-Z
Gallery in Lowertown St. Paul. Tea and coffee will, naturally, be served.
Tickets are $5.00.

Last yearıs edible book exhibition and high tea on the web at:
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~amiex001/ediblebook2002.

This exhibition is coordinated by Robyn Priestley, Jennifer Amie, Jeff
Morrison, members of Argyle Zebra Artistıs Cooperative, with the assistance
of Minnesota Center for Book Arts. The exhibition is privately organized and
non-juried, and neither the organizers, Umbrella Editions, Colophon, A-Z
Gallery nor MCBA are responsible for content.

Questions? Volunteers? Contact the exhibition's organizers:
Robyn Beth Priestley: rpturtle@visi.com
Jeffrey Morrison / A-Z Gallery phone line: 651-255-6624
Jennifer Amie: amiex001@tc.umn.edu

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Robyn Beth Priestley
rpturtle@visi.com

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