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[BKARTS] Thirty Over Fifteen and Deep Rooted at Scripps

           See The Exhibition Online, And Order Your Catalog.

There are only a few days left to view the exhibition,
at the Clark Humanities Museum on the
Scripps College campus in Claremont, California.

Closing date: April 10, 2002

Thirty Over Fifteen is an exhibition of limited edition
books produced at the Scripps College Press over 
the last fifteen years. In addition to the thirty
collaborative books produced by students in their
first semester in the Typography class, sixteen books
produced by independent study students are also 
showcased in the exhibition. On the walls of the
1500 square foot museum are sixteen broadsides 
designed and printed by the students as well.

The Clark Humanities Museum is open
Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 5:00
excluding the noon hour. It is located in the
Humanities Building in the middle of the
Scripps College campus in Claremont. You can
park at the corner of 9th and Columbia and easily
walk to the museum.

Please join us to hear the lecture
for the Fine Arts Foundation by
Prof. Kitty Maryatt
Director of the Scripps College Press
on Wednesday, April 10, 2002 at
1:30 p.m.
Hampton Room, Scripps College

Inspired by the variety of trees on the Scripps campus,
Deep Rooted is the most recent artists' book conceived,
created, and produced by students at the Scripps College Press.
Maryatt’s lecture will detail the process of producing a limited
edition collaborative book by letterpress and will include
an overview of 16 years of book production. The seventy-five
copies of Deep Rooted have been well-received, and the edition
is out of print. Deep Rooted just received a 2nd place award
at the Book Explorations 2002 exhibition and will be touring
the country with the Western Books Exhibition sponsored by the
Rounce and Coffin Club.

After the lecture, Prof. Maryatt will give a guided tour
of the exhibition, Thirty Over Fifteen.

Please note that the time of the lecture is 1:30, not 2:00 
as stated in the original flyer mailed to interested parties.
The location has been changed from the
Humanities Auditorium to the Hampton Room,
just above the dining hall near the corner of 9th and 
Columbia Avenue.

For further information, contact Prof. Maryatt at
909 607-3866 or KMaryatt@scrippscollege.edu

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