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[BKARTS] Paul Johnson Book Arts Lecture in Los Angeles



 
The Los Angeles Book Arts Center and Otis  Laboratory Press invite you to a 
talk by Paul  Johnson. 
This free  lecture, will take place on Thursday, January 26, 2006, at Otis 
College of Art  & Design, 9045 Lincoln Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90045 in The Forum 
(first floor  of the Ahmanson Building) .  Opening  reception 7 pm, talk to 
begin promptly at 7:30 pm.  Parking is  free. 
Paul Johnson will  pull a library's worth of books  -  many his own, others 
made by British schoolchildren  - from a single suitcase! He'll talk  about the 
endless power of the book as an aesthetic, architectural form and its  
special fascination for children of all ages. Everyone will go away with  miniature 
pop-up books made in the palm of their hand - no tools  necessary! 
Paul Johnson is  internationally recognized for his pioneering work in 
developing literacy  through the book arts and as a paper and book artist. Author of 
nearly twenty  titles including A Book of One's Own, Literacy Through the 
Book Arts and  Pictures and Words Together, (all Heinemann, USA) he ran, until 
recently, the  Book Art Project from Manchester Metropolitan University (UK). 
His movable books  are in the collections of the Cooper-Hewett Museum in New 
York, the National  Gallery, the Library of Congress, the University of 
California at Berkeley and  Yale University, among other institutions. His work was 
selected for Stand and  Deliver - an exhibition of edtioned movable books which 
recently toured the USA.  He exhibits widely and is on the UK Craft Council's 
select list of British  designer-makers. 
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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