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[BKARTS] Carol Barton Lecture at UVM: The History of Pop-Up and Movable Books

The Craft Emergency Relief Fund and the Special Collections Department of the
Bailey/Howe Library at the University of Vermont are pleased to announce a
co-sponsored lecture with renowned paper engineer and book artist, Carol Barton: 


The History of Pop-Up and Movable Books


This 50-minute slide show begins with the development of
movable page formats within early Renaissance science texts that employ
volvelles and lift-up flap mechanisms. Movable illustrations from astronomical,
navigational, mathematical and medical books will be shown. The presentation
will also include a discussion of childrens’ pop-up books from the 19th and
20th centuries, along with examples of current commercial and artist-made
dimensional books. The lecture includes discussions of die-cutting and
hand-assembly processes used in the modern manufacture of pop-up books.


Author Carol Barton is a book artist, curator, and teacher who
runs Popular Kinetics Press and has been teaching classes in making pop-ups for
over 25 years. Her pop-up illustrations have been featured in National
Geographic Magazine and her books have been exhibited internationally and are
collected by the Getty Museum, New York’s Museum
of Modern Art, and London’s
Victoria and Albert Museum,
among others. She is on the faculty of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and lives in the charming historic community
of Glen Echo, MD, in the suburbs of Washington,



Friday, September 12, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.

Special Collections Department, located on the lower level
of the Bailey/Howe Library

 of Vermont



Event is free and
open to the public.


Parking info:

Parking is available at the visitor parking lot on College Street near
the intersection of South Prospect
  Street. The lot is free in the evening.  Handicap parking is available outside
Bailey/Howe Library. A map of campus building and visitor parking is available
at: http://www.uvm.edu/~tpswww/parking/parkingVisitorCampusMap.pdf

 For more information:Craft Emergency Relief Fund: Phone: (802) 229-2306Email: info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: http://www.craftemergency.org/ Special Collections at the University of Vermont: Phone: (802) 656-2138Email: uvmsc@xxxxxxxxxx: http://library.uvm.edu/about/specialcollections/
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