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[BKARTS] Kitty Maryatt Book Arts Lecture in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Book Arts Center and  Otis College of Art and Design are 
thrilled to present: 
Thursday, May  18 
An Evening with Kitty Maryatt 
Kitty Maryatt is the  Director of the Scripps College Press and  Assistant 
Professor of Art at Scripps College in Claremont, California. She has been 
involved in the book arts since 1971 as a calligrapher, book  artist, letterpress 
printer, binder, and teacher.  Kitty has  taught Typography and the Book Arts 
at Scripps for 20 years, producing 40  editions to date.  She is principal  
owner of Two Hands Press, a book arts design studio specializing in the design  
and fabrication of both handmade and  production books. Her own one-of-a-kind 
books frequently are investigations of  book structure.   
Otis College of Art &  Design 
The Forum (first floor of  the Ahmanson Building).   
9045 Lincoln Blvd.   
Los Angeles, CA  90045 
Talk to begin promptly at  7:30 pm.  The Lecture is fee and Parking is free. 
The Los Angeles  Book Arts Center (LABAC) is dedicated to serving as a c
reative, intellectual and  technical resource for artists, collectors, dealers, 
curators and individuals  interested in the book and paper arts. The non-profit 
Center’s mission is to  help build a strong book arts community in the Los 
Angeles area by offering  exhibitions, lectures, classes, meetings and continuous 
online discussion  groups.  LABAC offers a broad range  of classes in the book 
arts, drawing and calligraphy, paste papers and  monoprints, book structures, 
cases and boxes, and everything between and beyond.  For more information or 
to participate, please call 310-657-2616, or visit the  LABAC Web site at  

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