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Re: Ian Harkness in Long Beach



Is this Long Beach, California?
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From: "Umbrella" <umbrella@IX.NETCOM.COM>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 9:28 AM
Subject: Ian Harkness in Long Beach


> Sorry for the HTML message yesterday:
>
> This is a reminder for an event which should be circled on your calendar!
> The Artist Book Circle and the Long Beach Museum of Art invite all BOOK
> ARTISTS to meet Ian Harkness who distributes English handmarbled papers,
> archival handmade papers, bookbinding leathers, Italian printed papers,
> calligraphy pens, nibs, and papers, parchment & vellum, repair tissues,
> headbands, glassine, leather dyes, scalpels, brass type and finishing
tools.
> You will be able to talk shoptalk with him and purchase any and all items
he
> has on exhibit.  Come one, come all to a wonderful ocean-side museum event
> of good talk about binding materials. And you can buy them too! Be sure to
> tell your book artist friends about this special event!
>
> It will be held on 18 August from 1 - 4 p.m. at the Long Beach Museum of
> Art.
>
> Ian Harkness at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Saturday, 1 PM, August 18.
> Free parking in the (new) Museum parking lot on Ocean Blvd., west of the
> Museum between two apartment buildings.
>
>       Make a day of it! Come early and enjoy the special exhibitions in
the
> newly expanded Museum and have lunch in Cafe with a view!
>
>       Ian Harkness Presentation is free in the Miller Education Center.
>       Special exhibition in the Museum is Imps on a Bridge; Wedgwood
> Fairyland Lustreware. This is like no Wedgwood you have ever seen: highly
> colorful, extravagantly decorated ceramics that tell magical fairytales!
The
> exhibition is open until September 9.
>
>       The new Museum galleries are open between 11 AM and 5 PM. Admission
is
> $5; $4 for seniors and students; free for members and children under 12.
> Hint: the Ocean View Gallery on the second floor is not to be missed.
>
> Please identify yourselves as being part of the Book Arts Group to receive
a
> dollar off the admission.
>
>       Museum Store opens at 11 AM and closes at 5 PM in the original
> Anderson House on the campus.
>
>       Museum Cafe opens at 9 AM and closes at 4:30 PM in the original
> Anderson House. Soups, coffees, sandwiches, and salads are available to
> enjoy
> inside the newly restored 1912 Craftsman-style building, or, on the patio
> around the spectacular fountain. Both spots offer terrific views.
>
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