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Re: [BKARTS] Take-down of In Flight Exhibition



Darn!  And I will be in Atlanta!  Rats.

Any good bookarts in Atlanta that you know of?  I'll
have one morning free from my conference....

Also, as they say, "the check is in the mail"...  :-)

Judi

--- Kitty Maryatt <twohands.press@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Saturday, February 26, 2005
> 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
>
> Scripps College
> 1030 Columbia Avenue
> Claremont, CA 91711
> (909) 607-3866
>
> Clark Humanities Museum
> 2nd floor, Humanities Building in center of campus
>
> Take-down of exhibition: In Flight
> ?Tis is a rare opportunity to see a book exhibition
> liberated from its
> glass cases: at 1:00 sharp we will unlock the
> exhibition?s 15 display
> cases and Kitty Maryatt, Director of the Scripps
> College Press, will
> talk about the books as she removes them from the
> cases; we will look
> at all the books together, and then you will have
> time to look again
> individually at any book you wish to peruse further.
> At 3:00 we will go
> to the Scripps College Press room to see the
> letterpress and binding
> equipment and to talk about making collaborative
> books and view Scripps
> College Press editions.
>
> FREE, but reservations requested. Please call (909)
> 607-3866 or send a
> note to KMaryatt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
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