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Re: Bruggeman slide talk
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- Subject: Re: Bruggeman slide talk
- From: charles alexander <chax@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 22 Aug 1997 09:45:52 -0700
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Concerning this event, which was announced on the list. I say, if you get
this message today and are in the area: GO SEE IT. Inge is terrific, with
good an unpredictable ideas. One of the best, if not the best, resident
artists in the history of Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and now, I
imagine, a fine teacher/artist at UCSanta Barbara.
"Event: Friday, August 22, 7 pm, free
Text as a Visual Medium: Investigative typographer and book artist Inge
Bruggeman, of UC Santa Barbara, will show slides and discuss expressive
aspects of text and typography in the work of important artists such as
Apollinaire, Werkman, Lissitzky, and Marinetti. She will also examine the
visual impact of work by historical and contemporary artists who may not be
as well known.
At the San Francisco Center for the Book, 300 DeHaro, corner of 16th (on
Muni lines 19 and 22). Call 565-0545 for more information."