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Re: [BKARTS] Book Arts Towns



Ditto on Santa Barbara...and it's not to far to L.A. or San
Francisco...Only problem is affordable housing.  Otherwise, right on!

Bobbie Boschan
Ojai, California
(about 45 minutes from S.B., but a very small town!)


At 01:30 PM 8/20/02 -0700, you wrote:
>Santa Barbara, California, has lots of book artists and the weather is
>GREAT! It's a very culturally oriented city.
>
>Patrice Baldwin
>
>
>At 04:32 AM 08/20/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >Not in New England; but Branson, Missouri, and its Northern suburb
> >Springfield are good choices, not for their book crafters, but the
> >arts environment in general.
> >
> >MayKitten
> >--- "Peter D. Verheyen" <verheyen@PHILOBIBLON.COM> wrote:
> >> East\Northampton, MA. Amazing concentration of amazing book
> >> artists (and
> >> others).
> >>
> >> p.
> >>
> >> Can anyone recommend towns that are good towns for book artists
> >> or even just
> >> >good towns for artists in general. One of my main criteria for a
> >> place to go
> >> >is that it must have a strong arts community.
> >>
> >>
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