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[BKARTS] APHA-NY: Douglas Holleley at Grolier and Liana Lupas at ABS



Please feel free to cross-post this announcement. Please excuse 
duplication. Other APHA events appear on the American Printing History 
Association website www.printinghistory.org

The New York Chapter of the American Printing History Association (APHA) is 
pleased to announce the following events. All APHA-NY events are free and 
open to the public. For details, please visit the supplied URL.

November 20, 2002
Douglas Holleley, on "Re-Reading the Book"
The Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street, New York, NY
6:00 PM. Wednesday.
Dr. Holleley uses photography, scanning and digital image processing 
techniques to make images of books that function as a metaphor for the act 
of reading. Instances of extraction, analysis, synthesis, and the 
transformation of language and typography will be shown. The presentation 
will feature results of the photographic analysis of Dürer's treatise _Four 
Books on Human Proportion_ (Nuremberg, 1528). Douglas Holleley is the 
author of _Digital Book Design and Publishing_ (2001). For details, visit 
http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/news/NewYork/index.htm

December 11, 2002
Liana Lupas, on "The Library of a Single Book"
The American Bible Society Library and Archives
1865 Broadway (at West 61st Street), New York, NY.
6:00 PM. Wednesday.
The Library of the American Bible Society includes more than 55,000 title 
in over 2,200 languages and dialects, dating from the thirteenth century to 
the present. Dr. Lupas will show and discuss a unique visual history of the 
art of the printed word. Liana Lupas is Curator of the Scripture Collection 
at the American Bible Society. For details, visit 
http://www.printinghistory.org/htm/news/NewYork/index.htm


** February 25, 2003 **
Hold the date! APHA and APHA-NY plan a special lecture at the Grolier Club. 
An prominent type designer and a representative of an important academic 
publisher will discuss the digitization of an important American typeface. 
Details will be forthcoming here and on the APHA website 
www.printinghistory.org.


Paul W. Romaine (for APHA-NY)
web@printinghistory.org
Vice President for Membership
The American Printing History Association

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