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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 14 Oct 2006 to 15 Oct 2006 (#2006-45)
If you saw the show at artSPACE @ 16, there are many additional pieces by
each artist on display. If you missed that exhibition don't miss this one!
From Two to Three Dimensions: Prints into Books
Curated by Stephanie Mahan Stigliano
will be on display at Emerson College’s Huret & Spector Gallery from Oct. 16
- Dec. 15. The exhibit, free and open to the public, coincides with the 4th
Annual Conference on the Book, co-hosted by Emerson, which takes place Oct.
20-22. An opening reception will be held Saturday Oct. 21 from 4:00-7:00 p.m.
This is a chance to meet the exhibiting artists and participants in the Book
Conference: writers from all over the world.
The exhibition features work by Marcia Ciro, Mary McCarthy, Sharon
McCartney, Lisa Olson, Annie Silverman, Stephanie Mahan Stigliano and Janine Wong.
Many of the artists in this exhibition create prints as well as books. These
two-dimensional works often serve to develop ideas and images for the pages
within the books. By presenting prints and books together, this exhibition
provides a view into the artist's process.
The Huret & Spector is located on the 6th floor of the Tufte Performance and
Production Center, 10 Boylston Place, in Boston’s theater district. Gallery
hours are Monday – Friday 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or by appointment
The official entrance at 10 Boylston Place.Boylston Place is a brick paved
pedestrian walkway perpendicular to Boylston St and directly opposite the
Boston Common and the Common Burial Ground.
If you are traveling by public transportation, the closest T stop is
Boylston on the Green Line. Upon exiting the station, cross Boylston St and turn
left. Walk one half block, passing the Colonial Theatre, until you arrive at
Boylston Place, on your left. The last storefront before Boylston Place is
Remington’s restaurant. The entrance to Boylston Place is marked with an
ornamental iron gate.
If you are traveling by car, you may be able to find metered parking around
the Public Garden. Otherwise, park in the Boston Common Underground Garage
(entrance on Charles St, between Boylston and Beacon), or the parking garage at
the State Transportation Center (entrance on South Charles between Stuart and