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Re: Learning opportunities

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Your in book heaven. A great starting point is Daniel Kelm's Wide Awake
Garage in Easthampton, William Street, also in East (or is that
North)hampton. Check out
<http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw/studylist1.shtml#mass> for more


>Word artist/beginner book artist living in North Central Massachusetts =
>seeks learning opportunities in book arts. Am reasonably close to =
>Amherst/Northampton, Greenfield, Worcester and Leominster, MA, and =
>Keene, NH.
>Any recomendations? Am learning a great deal from all of you already!
>Christine Tarantino

Philobiblon: Book Arts, Different By Design
Hand Binding, Conservation, and Project Websites
Peter D. Verheyen

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