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[BKARTS] APHA Reception for Granary Books at Scripps College



Please join us at the opening reception on October 28, 2006 at 4:30 p.m. for the Granary Books exhibition at Scripps College in Claremont, California. This Southern California Chapter APHA event is co-sponsored with the Scripps College Press. The exhibition is free and open to the public, and you do not need to make reservations for this event. We would particularly encourage prospective members of APHA, the American Printing History Association, to attend this welcoming function. You will find more information about the national organization on the website www.printinghistory.org and an application for membership.

Exhibition at the Clark Humanities Museum

Too Much Bliss: Twenty Years of Granary Books

October 25 to December 13, 2006

Opening reception October 28 from 4:30 to 6


This exhibition celebrates the work of Granary Books, publisher and catalyst for the creation of some of the country’s most innovative artists’ books, and a key entity in the fields of poetry and scholarship on the history of the book arts.


We would love for you to stay for the evening lecture and join us for dinner with Steve Clay and Emily McVarish. The dinner is $21.50 and does require reservations, but the lecture is free and does not require reservations.

Frederic W. Goudy Lecture

October 28, 2006

7:30 p.m.

Steven Clay

Too Much Bliss: Twenty Years of Granary Books


Scripps College Press is also sponsoring a workshop with Emily McVarish:


Frederic W. Goudy Workshop

October 28-29, 2006

9:30-4:30 p.m.

Emily McVarish

Letterpress Writing: Meanings of Production


The cost of the workshop is $175, and reservations must be made by October 23, 2006.


Scripps College will host a dinner for Steve Clay and Emily McVarish at 6:00 on October 28. If you would like to join us, please send a check for $21.50 to the Scripps College Press at the address listed both above and below.

The Clark Humanities Museum is at the heart of the Scripps College campus. From the 10 freeway, take the Indian Hill exit. Proceed north to 10th Street and turn right. At Columbia Avenue, turn right. Then turn left at 9th Street and park in the lot at the left end of the street. The Museum is in the Humanities Building just 100 steps north of the parking lot, on the second level of the building on the north side.

If you take the 210 freeway, exit at Towne. Go south to Foothill. Turn right onto Dartmouth, left onto 10th Street, right on Columbia Avenue,. Left on 9th Street and park in the lot at the left end of the street. The Museum is in the Humanities Building just 100 steps north of the parking lot, on the second level of the building on the north side.

For further information, contact Kitty Maryatt at kmaryatt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx or (909) 607-3866. If you wish to reserve a place for the workshop, please send a check for $175 to the Scripps College Press at 1030 Columbia Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711.

Warmly,


Kitty Maryatt Southern California Chapter President APHA


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