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[BKARTS] Book Arts at NW Bookfest in Seattle



This coming weekend, here is some of what's happening at Seattle's NW
Bookfest, at Sand Point, Magnuson Park, Seattle:

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Artists' Reception, NW Bookfest Book Arts Exhibition
Friday, Oct. 18, 8-10 pm

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Stage Presentations: Saturday Oct. 19

11 am   : Jurors Panel: Insights into the 2002 Book Arts Exhibition
        (jurors)

12 pm   : Community Outreach Through the Book Arts (Kristen Arold, Laura
        Zeck)

12:45 pm: Tim Ely: Using & Abusing the Tradition of Book Arts (Tim
        Ely, Jim Carmin)

1 pm    : Rotating slides (a slide show of work by local book artists)

3 pm    : How Do You Get Your Ideas? (Catherine Michaelis)

4 pm    : The History of the Broadside (Carl Montford)

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Stage Presentations: Sunday Oct. 20

11 am   : The Learning Curve: Setting Up a Letterpress Shop for Teaching
        (Jenny Wilkson)

12:45 pm: From DIY to MFA: Degrees of Scholarship in the Book Arts (Elsi
        Vassdal Ellis, moderator)

1 pm    : Rotating slides (a slide show of work by local book artists)

2 pm    : Nostalgia & the Book Arts: Letterpress Work in Contemporary Book
        Designs (Rowan Moore)

3 pm    : Iron Chef Bookbinding (Mare Blocker)

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And more!  See www.nwbookfest.org for complete details and updates.


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 Jim Carmin                               Multnomah County Library
 John Wilson Room Librarian               801 SW Tenth Avenue
 Central Library                          Portland, OR 97205-2597
 jimc@multcolib.org                       503-988-6287
 http://www.multcolib.org/about/mcl-wilson.html

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