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Re: [BKARTS] classes this weekend in LA



Such interesting classes.  If you are even in Santa Fe NM let me know.
edi klingner
On Monday, July 1, 2002, at 11:52 PM, Kelly Kilmer wrote:

> Hi,
> Tarpits are a *yawn* as are the celebrities ;)
> I'm a book/paper/collage artist and instructor in the L.A. area. I have
> several classes scheduled for this coming weekend. If you're interested
> you
> can email me privately. There is a morning class (Cloth books) from 10-2
> Friday morning in Beverly Hills, a 6 hour class Saturday in Monrovia
> and 2
> classes (altered artists journals part 2 followed by wire books) on
> Sunday
> in Lake Elsinore. Oh! Forgot about Monday night classes in Beverly Hills
> again a 2 hour class: Book Oddities.
> For info just drop me an email.
> Thanks
> Kelly Kilmer
> Egorey99@worldnet.att.net
> Upcoming classes: So CA, NV and more TBA
>
>> > I will be in the Los Angeles area from July 5-10th and
>> > am wondering if there are any book arts activities or
>> > exhibitions I should not miss during that time. Or is
>> > it celebrities and dinosaur tarpits for me?
>
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