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[BKARTS] Artists' Book Conference, Los Angeles -- Early Registration ends soon!!



[Cross-posted, please forgive duplication, but we really want you to
know about this!]

Artists' Book Conference, Los Angeles
May 21-May 24, 2005

Early registration ends May 1st,
so send in your registration forms today for the conference,
workshops, and exhibitor's tables!  Seats are limited.

For more information about registration or the program, navigate to
http://arlis-sc.org.

The Artists' Books Conference is planned for all who create, collect,
catalog, conserve, or simply appreciate those special works of art
known as artists' books, including artists, librarians, archivists,
collectors, dealers, and others.

Join us for four intensive days of
seminars, workshops, and panels--or register on a daily basis. Topics
will include: the history of artists' books; a look at emerging Los
Angeles artists; current trends in cataloging artists' books; access
and preservation issues; and facilitating the collecting of artists'
books.

Each of the conference's four days will take place in a different
cultural venue, including MoCA, Otis College of Art and Design, William
Andrews Clark Memorial Library, and the Getty Research Institute.

Admission to MoCA is included with enrollment, as well as an opening
reception at
The Mountain Bar, a closing reception at The Getty Research Institute,
and lunch at both Otis and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.

The last day of the conference will coincide with the opening of the
exhibit, The Artist Turns to the Book (May 24 - September 11, 2005) at
the Getty Research Institute.

A bonus for all will be the opportunity to exchange information with
artists, librarians, archivists, collectors, and others.

For more information, please contact:
Kelley Wolfe, Planning Committee Chair
kelley.wolfe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Nancy Norris, ARLIS/SC Chair
nnorris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Alyssa Resnick
AResnick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Kathleen Svetlik, Publicity
mkomara@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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