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[BKARTS] address for Austin Book Workers Meeting // December 13, 2007

Apologies for cross posting. Olivia

December Meeting

December 13, 2008 at the Episcopal Theological Seminary Room 214.
606 Rathervue Place 78705
Refreshments, meet and greet at 6:30 and the program begins at 7:00

December Meeting

December 13, 2008 at the Episcopal Theological Seminary Room 214.
Refreshments, meet and greet at 6:30 and the program begins at 7:00

Sidney Tibbetts offers Austin Book Workers,
"A meander through Abbot Ellinger's manuscript miscellany"

During her presentation, Sidney Tibbetts will meander through an eleventh-century monastic manuscript in The Harry Ransom Center collection that has an assortment of astrological, classical, encyclopedic, and other texts in a late medieval binding structure. In this talk, Sidney will demonstrate how the various physical features in this manuscript help us determine its origin, history and how it may have been used over several centuries.
Sidney earned a PhD in Medieval History from the University of Cambridge in 2002, and she will soon complete a Master's degree in Information Science and Preservation Administration at UT-Austin. While wearing her palaeographer's hat, she has also cataloged both Latin and vernacular manuscripts dating from the years 600 - 1600 at Princeton University, the Ransom Center, and private collections, and she has researched manuscripts in a number of European repositories.

This program will interest calligraphers, book binders, book historians and folks who want to know about the everyday life of European monks in the 11th century !
Don't miss it!

Also -
Beatrice Baldwin will bring some pop-up book structures created by her students at St. Stephens School;
and news about the Women Printmakers of Austin show, <http://www.womenprintmakers.com/members_exhibits.asp?v=info&eventID=22>2007 Multiple Originals XII opening at Dougherty Cultural Arts Center this weekend. One of Beatrice's etchings will be included in the show, on view: Friday, November 30, 2007 - Monday, January 07, 2008

ABW members should feel free to bring other items for "show and tell"

January Meeting .................   HELP !

The Dec. 13 meeting will be our last at the Episcopal Theological Seminary.

So - Austin Book Workers is looking for a free or very low cost place to hold meetings.
If possible we would like to continue to meet the second Thursday of every month, and stay at the meeting place until 9pm.
We would like to be allowed to eat snacks there. A sink would be lovely.
Public transit access, a bathroom, and parking are important.
If any of you list members have suggestions for a new meeting place, please contact
EJ Brown, ejbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Beatrice Baldwin, bbaldwin@xxxxxxxx
Mary Baughman, mcboffman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
or Jerome Collins, jeromejcollins_chfc@xxxxxxxxxx


Regional Book Workers show at St. Stephen's School will close Dec. 19th


Books By Artists: Fanciful, Funny and Functional

The gallery is free and open to the public
from 10:00AM - 5:00PM M-F and also during special events in the Helm Fine Arts Center
The gallery is located on the Campus of St. Stephen's Episcopal School, 2900 Bunny Run, Austin, TX 78746
512.327-1213 ext 135
Directions to the Gallery can be found on line at sstx.org look for "maps"

Beatrice invites those who contributed art to the show to come and help disassemble it on Dec. 19th,
or to come and get their art on Dec. 20, 21, between 10 - 2 pm.
To arrange a time to come and get your art, send email to Beatrice bbaldwin@xxxxxxxx or call 923-0228.

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