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[BKARTS] Dayle Doroshow Lecture - this Friday in Los Angeles



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    
 
 
The Los Angeles Book Arts Center invites you to a talk by artist Dayle 
Doroshow.
 
This free lecture, the second in LABAC’s “My Life in Books” series, will 
take place on Friday, February 27, 2004, at New Roads High School, 3131 W. 
Olympic Blvd in Santa Monica.  Opening reception 7 pm, talk to begin promptly at 
7:30 pm.  Parking is free.
 
Dayle Doroshow is a mixed media/polymer clay artist and owner of the design 
studio, Zingaro, stamp of distinction.  She trained in traditional ceramics at 
Riverside Bell Tower Pottery program and the Columbia University Extension 
program in New York City.  Her jewelry, home décor, ethnic spirit dolls and 
handcrafted books can be seen in over twenty art shows and in galleries on the West 
Coast.  Doroshow teaches workshops across the United States.  She will be 
teaching a workshop through LABAC, Ancient Cultures and New Frontiers: Exploring 
Polymer Clay, February 28-29.  Her work can be seen on her website at 
www.dayledoroshow.com.
 
The Los Angeles Book Arts Center is a creative, intellectual and technical 
resource for artists, collectors, dealers, curators and all individuals 
interested in the book and paper arts.  It is the center's mission to serve as a 
network and clearinghouse for information, education and resources. This is being 
accomplished through networking, workshops, lectures, publications, exhibitions 
and outreach.  Our commitment is to build a strong community as well as to 
further individual pursuits in the book and paper arts.  
 
The Los Angeles Book Arts Center (LABAC) was founded in September 2002.  Open 
meetings, hosted lectures, classes and continuous online discussion groups 
all contribute to building a strong book arts community in Los Angeles.  The Los 
Angeles Book Arts Center offers the broadest possible range of classes in the 
book arts, drawing and calligraphy, paste papers and monoprints, book 
structures of all types, cases and boxes, and everything between and beyond.
 
For additional information on this lecture or the Los Angeles Book Arts 
Center, please contact Lisa Deutsch at (310) 657-2616 or LAGourmet@xxxxxxxx  Please 
visit our website at  www.LABookArts.com.
 

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