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>   1. BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 13 Jan 2004 to 14 Jan 2004 (#2004-15)
>   2. GIRL PRINTERS - An Invitational Show Featuring Printing, Books &
> Ephemera,
>      Smith College, Northampton, MA.
>   3. Sewing sections without a frame
>   4. Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
>   5. Printer for Children's Book
>   6. GIRL PRINTERS - An Invitational Show Featuring Printing,Books &
> Ephemera,
>      Smith College, Northampton, MA. (2)
>   7. cooperative print shops
>   8. GIRL PRINTERS - An Invitational Show Featuring Printing,Books&
> Ephemera,
>      Smith College, Northampton, MA.
>   9. Hermann Zapf movie
>  10. free cutter....east TN
>  11. J-D Finishing Press.
>  12. In Flight : The Guild of Book Workers=?ISO-8859-1?B?uQ==?=
> 2003-05
>      Triennial Exhibition
>  13. Mad Laughter is now on sale online
>  14. Book Arts Workshops @ Literary Arts at Mill Pond
>  15. BookFest 2004
>  16. Bookish places in Japan, Kyoto Area? (2)
>  17. Rot
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> Date:    Fri, 16 Jan 2004 08:28:47 EST
> From:    Sharon McCartney <LilyPeek@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 13 Jan 2004 to 14 Jan 2004
> (#2004-15)
>
> From:  Sharon McCartney <lilypeek@xxxxxxx
> Re:  Upcoming Altered Books Course in Boston
>
>
> Revisioned:  The Collaged and Altered Book
> A Workshop taught by Sharon McCartney  with slide talks by Holly
> Harrison
> Course Information:
>
> This four session workshop will present an eclectic and innovative
> approach=20
> to making  one-of-a-kind artist books. It is intended for
> intermediate to=20
> advanced students with some background in drawing, painting, and/or
> bookmaki=
> ng.=20
> Extending the vocabulary of collage, students will be challenged to
> investig=
> ate=20
> ways of altering existing books by using mixed media, found objects,
> surface=
> =20
> embellishment, and simple printing techniques.  The altered book will
> be=20
> considered in a variety of forms, as a sculptural object, as a
> collection of=
>  images,=20
> as a vessel for words and imagery, and as a point of departure for
> play and=20
> experimentation.
>
>
> Course Schedule:
> The course will be run in a total of four Saturday  sessions, each
> lasting=20
> from 10-4 pm, =20
> on the following dates: Feb 14,   Feb 28,  March 13, and April 17.=20
> It will be held at the Arlington Center for the Arts, 41 Foster
> Street in=20
> Arlington.  Class limit will be 12.  =20
>
> Cost and Refund Policy: =20
> The cost of the course (24 hours of instruction plus handouts) is
> $180=20
>             with an additional materials fee of $20.=20
> Registration  will begin immediately and will be on a first
> come/first serve=
> d=20
> basis.   Your registration will be considered complete after I have
> received=
> =20
> your check for $200.00 ( I will send you confirmation via email). Due
> to the=
> =20
> need to rent space at the Arlington Center, refunds after 1/30/04
> will be ma=
> de=20
> only if the student=E2=80=99s spot is filled.  Reimbursements will
> not be ma=
> de for=20
> missed classes.  If class fails to run due to underenrollment, the
> entire am=
> ount=20
> will be returned.
>
> Please send your check for $200 made out to:  Sharon McCartney  42
> Fletcher=20
> Ave  Lexington, MA  02420.  Please include your phone number and
> email addre=
> ss.
>
> Materials List: =20
> A list of tools and materials to be provided as well as to be brought
> by eac=
> h=20
> student will be sent upon registration.
>
> The course has been designed with plenty of time between sessions to
> allow=20
> students to apply the information to individual projects that will be
> develo=
> ped=20
> throughout the course.  I intend for the course to be fast paced and
> full of=
> =20
> useful information and to generate an environment of shared
> excitement and=20
> exploration as students and intructors challenge each other to
> stretch their=
> =20
> approaches and to create meaningful work.
>
> If you have any other questions or need additional information,
> please don=
> =E2=80=99t=20
> hesitate to email me:
> <lilypeek@xxxxxxx>
> Sharon =20
>    =20
>
>    =20
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>
> Date:    Fri, 16 Jan 2004 08:46:45 -0500
> From:    "Peter D. Verheyen" <verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: GIRL PRINTERS - An Invitational Show Featuring Printing,
>          Books & Ephemera, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
>
> GIRL PRINTERS -- An Invitational Show Featuring Printing, Books &
> Ephemera
>
> January 14 through March 28, 2004
> Reception: Thursday, February 19, 4:30 to 6:30
>
> Neilson Library: first floor, Morgan Gallery; third floor, Mortimer
> Rare
> Book Room Gallery, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
> 413-585-2907
>
> Curated by Carol J. Blinn, Proprietor of Warwick Press Assisted by
> Meg Sanders
>
> [This show, originally at Union College in Schenectady, New York, for
> the
> fall of 2003, has moved to Smith College. All of the women
> represented at
> Union are in this show, with the addition of Barbara
> Blumenthal/Catawba
> Press. Due to space restrictions, only 93 of the original 164 pieces
> shown
> at Union can be displayed. But do not be discouraged. It's a terrific
> show!
> Those of you familiar with the title and subtitle of the show while
> at
> Union will note that the subtitle, "Talented Women Strut Their
> Stuff!" is
> missing. It seems several of the students at Smith were offended by
> the
> phrase. Ah, youth. I love showing my stuff. -  C.J.B.]
>
> "GIRL PRINTERS" showcases professional work done by thirty-eight
> women
> printers from across the United States. Many of the women have been
> printing for years, some are mid-career and a few are just beginning
> their
> journeys. They all hold in common a respect for and a love of craft,
> a need
> to communicate, and a desire to use their hands and tools to create
> good
> work. The aim of this show is to introduce college students, the
> academic
>
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