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Re: Columbia Book and Paper Arts Biennial
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- Subject: Re: Columbia Book and Paper Arts Biennial
- From: CamilleEon <CamilleEon@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 01:11:10 EST
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>From the website and entry form:
The First Columbia Biennial Exhibition of Book and Paper Arts will
feature: artists books, editioned books, paper sculpture, printing, binding,
handmade paper, decorative paper, calligraphy and lettering done in the past
two years. Media which may be used in conjunction with the aforementioned
include photography, printmaking, fiber arts, kinetics, painting, drawing,
illustration, video, sound and installation. Commercially produced trade
books are not eligible.
The jurors will be: Betty Bright, scholar, calligrapher, and curator from
Minneapolis; Caren Heft, book artist, printer, papermaker and curator at the
Chales A. Wustum Museum in Racine, Wisconsin; and Paul Wong, the artistic
director and master papermaker of Dieu Donne Paper, New York.
All artists living in the United States are eligible.
To enter, send six slides, a check for $20.00, a current resume, a SASE, and
an entry form by April 24, 1998
You can print out the entry form directly from the website:
<A HREF="http://www.colum.edu/centers/bpa/">Columbia College Chicago Center
for Book and Paper Arts</A>
or, you can call 312-431-8612 or fax 312-986-8237 to have one sent to you.
The Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts
218 South Wabash, 7th Floor
Chicago IL 60610