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Fwd: book arts educational displays

Thank you for your note. I don't really have any information, but would
suggest posting to Book_Arts-L to which you are a subscriber. I know there
are some VERY qualified to help.


>I am writing to request suggestions for book arts educational materials or
>displays that may be used for this year's Northwest Bookfest.  Bookfest is
>an annual literary festival in Seattle which promotes literacy and
>celebrates the literary arts.  Last year's festival drew over 28,000
>people, and we hosted over 200 authors and 220 exhibitors.  One special
>part of Bookfest is the Book Arts exhibit, a juried show of about 60
>Northwest book artists.  This year we are working on expanding our book
>arts programming, and we would like to include several educational
>displays throughout the festival. We are looking for book arts or print
>and paper related displays of tools, histories, methods, etc.  Any
>thoughts or ideas you may have would be greatly appreciated.  If you would
>like any more information about Bookfest, please check our website at
>www.nwbookfest.org.  Thanks so much.
>Claire Molesworth
>Book Arts Exhibition Coordinator
>Northwest Bookfest
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