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Frederic W. Goudy Lecture

You are invited to join us in welcoming

Prof. Steve Miller

for the Fall 2000 Frederic W. Goudy Lecture

October 28, 2000

7:30 p.m.

Scripps College Humanities Auditorium
Scripps College, Claremont, California
Given by Prof. Steve Miller, Director of the Book Arts Program
at the University of Alabama
Sponsored by the Scripps College Press
"With a Piece of Type in Hand...Making the Dard Hunter Biography...
Thinking About the Future of Books"

Goudy Workshop with Steve Miller
October 28-29, 2000
"Kamakaze reduction linoleum blocks plus a bit o' type"
This will be a workshop on developing a strategy for making
reduction blocks and printing them with type on Vandercook
printing presses.
Cost: $150

Please join Steve Miller for dinner at 5:30 on October 28
Cost: $20

Please contact Kitty Maryatt, Director of the Scripps College Press
909 607-3866 or KMaryatt@ScrippsCollege.edu

Steve Miller is the proprietor of Red Hydra Press, an imprint devoted to=20
producing limited edition handmade books of contemporary literary and=20
book-arts related titles. The archive of his  rst imprint, Red Ozier Press,=20
is housed
at the New York Public Library. His most recent project is the limited=20
edition volume By His Own Labor: The Biography of Dard Hunter, written by=20
Cathleen A. Baker and published in January of 2000. Dard Hunter revived the=20
art and craft of hand papermaking in America at the start of this century,=20
and was a major artist and craftsperson in the Arts & Crafts movement.

Steve Miller is also on the faculty of the M.F.A. in the Book Arts Program a=
the University of Alabama, where he teaches letterpress printing, typography=
and hand papermaking. He is a Co-director of the annual book arts event
Paper & Book Intensive, this year held in Saugatuck, Michigan, and next year=
to be held outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. He is past president of the=20
Friends of Dard Hunter, an international group of artists and craftspeople=20
devoted to hand papermaking, and currently represents the Friends on the=20
Advisory Board of the Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking in=20
Atlanta, Georgia.

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