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[BKARTS] Calligraphed Books Exhibit


The Idaho Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Library of Congress Center for the Book located at Boise State University, will host "Beyond words," a free exhibition of calligraphed book works, June 3-Aug. 10.

The creative one-of-a-kind books, crafted by members of the Idaho Inkspots Calligraphy Guild, will be on display in the Liberal Arts Building at Boise State. The display is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays, noon-5 p.m. weekends.

Guild membership is open to anyone interested in calligraphy.  The group offers a special welcome to beginners. The Inkspots meet monthly from September to May and offer lectures, discussions, hands-on demonstrations and practice. In addition, the Guild sponsors two workshops annually, covering topics for both beginning and more experienced members. Instructors are visiting master calligraphers from the United States and Europe.

For information, call 939-9607, e-mail csorge@xxxxxxxx, or write to Idaho Inkspots, P.O. Box 44824, Boise, ID  83711.

Tom Trusky
Idaho Center for the Book
208 426-1999

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