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Re: [BKARTS] book arts/etc. in Halifax?



To those going to Halifax and St. John's. These are two incredibly beautiful areas and as much as I enjoy book arts, I would spend as much time as I could seeing the natural and historic sights first. St John's is an especially wonderful place.

I'm deeply jealous of both of you.

Kevin Driedger
(who grew up on the Canadian prairies but spent two glorious years of his childhood in Newfoundland and Labrador)


-----Original Message-----
From: Anne O'Brien Fisher <aof@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Apr 28, 2005 1:04 PM
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BKARTS] book arts/etc. in Halifax?

Hello all,

I am going to be in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in July. Are there any book arts
related sights, events, etc., I should not miss while there? Please reply
off-list to aof@xxxxxxxxxx

Thanks for any and all leads,

Anne Fisher

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"We teach and are taught that a work of art is like a rake lying in the
dark. One who steps on it gets hit in the head, is dazzled with sudden
light, and it is the same with a brilliant work: the viewer is struck with
sudden, unexpected bliss."

- From Stanislaw Lem's _Highcastle: A Remembrance_

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Anne Fisher
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan Slavic Department
Sylvia "Duffy" Engle Graduate Student Fellow, University of Michigan
Institute for the Humanities
work tel: 734-936-1865
aof@xxxxxxxxx

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