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[BKARTS] Los Angeles Edible Book Art Show

 MDE - Innovation 2004: An International Bookbinding Design Competition
                     60,000  (Euro) in total prizes
              Full information at <http://www.mde2004.org/>

                                                               ART YOU CAN 
Fifth Annual Edible-Book Tea Serves Up Food for Thought: 
A Cornucopia of Books to Whet Your Appetite
WHAT:                       A banquet of books will be served up for the 
public’s viewing---and feasting---pleasure
                                    at the Fifth Annual International Edible 
Book Tea. The event is part art exhibit, part tea
                                    party---and you can eat the art because it
’s made of food instead of paper. 
WHAT’S TO SEE:    Children’s classics, detective novels, biographies, 
                                    every type of book imaginable will be 
sculpted from a smorgasbord of foodstuffs.
                                    Imagine chocolate shoes whose tongues 
tell tales. Or, baklava books with pages made
                                    of filo dough. In past years, artists 
have designed text on mobiles made from fruit roll-
                                    ups that looked like stained glass and 
written poetry on growing lettuce, which was
                                    harvested for a salad. 
SEE MORE:              Photographs of the delectable, delightful creations 
from previous
                                    edible-book events can be viewed at: 
WHEN:                       Saturday, April 3 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
                                    (Edible books on display from 2 – 4 p.m. 
Tea and books served at 4 p.m.)
WHERE:                    The new West Hollywood Community Center, rooms 5 
and 6, in Plummer Park, 
                                    7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, West 
WHO:                         The non-profit Los Angeles Book Arts Center will 
be hosting this annual
                                    event for book-, art- and fun-lovers of 
all ages. Please contact
                                    Lisa Deutsch at (310) 657-2616 or 
LAGourmet@xxxxxxx for
                                    more info.  Also please visist our 

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