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[BKARTS] APHA / Chesapeake Chapter exhibition...

Apologies for cross-posting but then we want everyone to know.

APHA / Chesapeake Chapter members exhibition
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Avenue, NE, Washington, DC
November 5 - December 28, 2007

Please join us at the opening of an exhibition of contemporary letterpress printing produced by members of the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Printing History Association. The exhibition includes a wide range of books, broadsides, and ephemera.

May Gallery, Mullen Library at the Catholc University of America

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Four until seven o'clock

Please RSVP to rouse@xxxxxxx or 202.319.5091, so we can coordinate refreshments

From the invitation: 'The History of Printing is an integral part of the general history of civilization. The principal vehicle for the conveyance of ideas during the past five hundred years, printing touches on, and often penetrates, almost every sphere of human activity. Neither political, constitutional, ecclasiastical and economic events, nor sociological, philosophical and literary movements can be fully understood without taking into account the influence which the printing press has exerted on them,' wrote S.H. Steinberg in 1995. The vigor and function of letterpress printing remain today and you are invited to see examples of this industrial craft in contemporary forms in early November.

Participants in the exhibition include:

Mike Anderson | The At Random Press
Stuart Bradley | The Railway Station Press
David Clinger | Press of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever and Sandy Bottom News
Jill Cypher | Wallflowers Press
Bill Deering | Atelier Press at the Schoonover Studios
Mike Denker | The Stoney Creek Press
Roland Hoover | The Pembroke Press
Mike Kaylor | Literary Press
Willard Lockwood | The Creekside Press
Chris Manson | Crooked Crow Press
Stan Nelson | The Atelier Press
Ray Nichols | Wallflowers Press
Jim Wilder | Wild Apple Press

Additional information and directions/map are available at http:// www.printinghistory-chesapeake.org/

Exhibition sponsors include the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Printing History Association and the Rare Books & Special Collections Department of the Catholic University of America.

The American Printing History Association encourages the study of printing history and its related arts and skills, including calligraphy, typefounding, typography, papermaking, bookbinding, illustration, and publishing. APHA is especially, but by no means exclusively, interested in American printing history.

Ray Nichols
Wallflowers Press

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