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[BKARTS] "book as arts" on long island



Contact Person:

Craig Langlois

Coordinator of Public Programs

2 Prime Ave. Huntington NY, 11743

631.351.3214

langlois@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



For Immediate Release:
Voices and Visions
Contemporary Artist
Contemporary Dialogue
Topic: Book as Arts
Where: Book Revue
313 New York Avenue
Huntington Village, NY
11743
When: Thursday, February 21, 2008
Time: 8 to 9 pm
This event is FREE and open to the public.
The Heckscher Museum of Art in partnership with Book Revue of Huntington are proud to offer this night of dialogue and engaging visual imagery on one of the hottest mediums today. Join us at Book Revue and listen to book artists Eileen Arnow-Levine, Ellen Wallenstein and MoMA’s collection librarian Jennifer Tobias discuss their own works as well as the publishing, review and collecting process. Reception to follow


Editors note*
The Heckscher's lecture series program, Voices and Visions was initiated as a forum for intelligent, contemporary, yet casual dialogue between artists, curators, historians, and members of the community. Each night brings us a new topic and new artists presenting their work and discussing it in specific reference to that night’s theme. The series presents the artwork and theories of both up and coming and well-established artist.



Heckscher Museum of Art
2 Prime Avenue
Huntington NY, 11743
www.heckscher.org
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