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Re: Umbrella



Umbrella has been publishing for 24 years and is available in hard copy
through subscription for $18.00 (only for 2001 thanks to postage rates going
up) for individuals in the US, $20.00 for individuals outside the US, $25.00
for institutions in the US and $30.00 for institutions outside the US. It is
an irregularly scheduled journal and publishes 3 - 4 issues a year.

Judith
Judith A. Hoffberg
Umbrella
P.O. Box 3640
Santa Monica, CA 90408
tel: (310)399-1146, fax: 399-5070
Let a smile be your umbrella!

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> There are 3 messages totalling 184 lines in this issue.
>
> Topics of the day:
>
>   1. guild of bookworkers swap meet this Saturday
>   2. Book arts in Australia
>   3. Book Arts Publications (was Umbrella)
>
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> Date:    Thu, 10 May 2001 10:50:39 -0700
> From:    james reid-cunningham <staffjr1@GSD.HARVARD.EDU>
> Subject: guild of bookworkers swap meet this Saturday
>
> 2nd Annual Guild of Book Workers Spring Swap Meet
>
> Saturday, May 12, 2001
> 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
>
> Bemis Hall
> Lincoln, MA
>
>
> Clean up your bench,
> clear out your space,
> make your world better...
>
> Buy, sell, or trade your usable but unwanted items including tools,
> paper,
> type, etc.
>
> Everyone is welcome to bring book-related tools, equipment, supplies,
> paper,
> cloth, leather, type, books, or anything else you may want to sell or
> trade.
> Tables will be set up to display merchandise.  This will be a chance to
> mingle, haggle, and maybe pick up some bargains.
>
> You don't have to sell things to join in the fun.
>
> At 3pm David Lanning of Hewitt's Tannery will discuss the longevity of
> leathers made for
> bookbinding. He will examine the reasons why older leathers seem to last
> longer than modern leathers; he will also describe the changes being
> made to modern leather manufacturing techniques in hopes of restoring
> durability to modern book leathers.
>
> The annual meeting of the New England Chapter of the Guild of Book
> Workers will be held immediately after David Lanning's presentation.
>
> For more information, contact Beth Doyle, b.doyle@mindspring.com,
> 617-776-4988.
>
>
> Directions to Bemis Hall
> Bedford Road, Lincoln, MA
>
> The swap meet will be held in Bemis Hall, Lincoln, MA. Lincoln is 13
> miles northwest of Boston.
>
> From the east, including Boston and Cambridge:
> Take Route 2 West. You'll eventually cross over Route 128. At the first
> set of traffic lights, take the SECOND right, which loops
> you across the intersection and past Tracey's Gulf gas station. (The
> sign reads "Bedford Rd. South/Lincoln Center/Next Right.")
> Then follow the directions below.
>
> From the west:
> Take Route 2 East. Take a RIGHT at the traffic light at Tracey's Gulf
> gas
> station onto Bedford Rd., then follow the directions below.
>
> From the north or south:
> Take Route 128, get off at Exit 29/Route 2 West/Acton, Fitchburg. At the
> first set of traffic lights, take the SECOND right, which
> loops you across the intersection and past Tracey's Gulf gas station.
> (The sign reads "Bedford Rd. South/Lincoln Center/Next
> Right.") Then follow the directions below.
>
> Follow Bedford Road for 1 mile. Bemis Hall is the old brick building on
> the left. Park across the street at the stone church.
>
> If you come to a stop sign at a 5-way intersection, you've gone too far.
>
> Please feel free to distribute this information widely. All are welcome.
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Thu, 10 May 2001 10:59:57 -0400
> From:    Jae Turner <jtt20@COLUMBIA.EDU>
> Subject: Re: Book arts in Australia
>
> Thank you very much to all those who responded to the query about
> book arts in Australia. For the archives, or for others potentially
> interested, I have compiled the list of major organizations/suppliers that
> were sent to me on and off list, including web address where applicable.
>
> -jt
> ________________
>
> Sydney area:
>
> New South Wales Guild of Bookbinders
> P.O. Box 1110
> Rozelle, 2039 AUS
> newland_john@hotmail.com
>
> Primrose Paperworks Co-op. Ltd
> operates out of Primrose Park in Mosman, Sydney
> sdrew@morgan.net.au
> http://www.aimit.com.au/primrose/index.htm
>
> _________________
>
> Melbourne area:
>
> Victorian Bookbinders' Guild
> c/o Peter Zerbe (Secretary)
> 5 Dunsterville Street
> Sandringham 3191 AUS
> boundwords@labyrinth.net.au
> http://home.vicnet.au/~bookbind/welcome.html
>
> Papermakers of Victoria
> http://home.vicnet.net.au/~papervic/
>
> Melbourne Chinese Books and Art Co.
> 109 Little Bourke Street
> Melbourne Victoria 3000
> Tel: (03) 96637688
> Fax: (03) 96636429
> Email: shop@chineseculture.com.au
>        info@chineseculture.com.au
>
> ________________
>
> Other areas:
>
> Canberra Craft Bookbinding Guild
> P.O. Box 4332
> Kingston, A.C.T. 2604 AUS
>
> Queensland Bookbinders' Guild
> Ken Dallaston, President
> P.O. Box 73
> Annerley, Qld 4103 AUS
> http://www.maxlink.com.au/9bg
> ken@maxlink.com.au
> (Brisbane is in Queensland: hosts a biennial artists book fair, organized
> by Noreen Graham, editions@thehub.com.au)
>
> Western Australia Craft Bookbinders Guild
> c/o G. Levy
> 120 Baden St.
> Tuart Hill 6060, W. Australia
> (Perth is in W. Aus)
>
>
> _________
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date:    Thu, 10 May 2001 10:50:38 -0400
> From:    nickinpa <nickinpa@HOME.COM>
> Subject: Book Arts Publications (was Umbrella)
>
> There is also the Book Arts Classified and John
> Neal has resumed publication of Shereen LaPlantz's
> Taballae Ansata, I believe.
>
> Also, Print magazine usually has a feature by Nancy
> Prentice Hall, I think, on artists books.
>
> A recent issue of Fiber Arts magazine had a wonderful
> piece on Mimi Schaer's books (was it March or April?).
>
> I agree with Kara about Dog Eared Magazine.  It is
> produced by a wonderful book artist, Kerrie Carbary, who
> lives and works in Seattle.
>
> Kara's resource list is a great place to start.
>
> Take care,
> Kim
>
> ------------------------------
>
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