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Re: [BKARTS] Fw: [BKARTS] ...Please ID locations for events in subject line ...
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- From: Laurie Mullikin <laurie.mullikin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 22:59:47 -0700
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I second this request to identify the location of workshops, exhibits, etc.
in the subject line!
I love to read all the really useful, interesting stuff here, but it's
frustrating to have to scan through a post to see if there's a chance I can
take advantage of events being announced. With the location clarified up
front, those who want to know everything going on can still read all the
posts ... and those who want to read only things they can benefit from can
skip past them easily.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Virginia Turnbull" <virginia@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 10:19 AM
Subject: Fw: [BKARTS] No Subject
> It would be really helpful if the location (City, State, etc.) of
> and exhibits were included in the subject line of the posting email.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Barbara Harman" <ArtSurvive@xxxxxxx>
> To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 12:57 PM
> Subject: [BKARTS] No Subject
> > Upcoming workshops with Barbara Harman
> > Creating Pattern: Combinations in Painting, August 11-12
> > Why just use a brush? Expand your acrylic painting possibilities to
> > printing and collage. We will experiment with acrylic and paste
> > vegetable printing, stamping from blocks we cut ourselves, collage,
> > transfers, stencils and anything else we can think up. Choosing and
> > techniques to create layered patterns, we will create papers suitable
> > in handmade books, as finished paintings, or as unique references for
> > experimentation and future painting. Contact Peninsula Art School for
> > and enrollment information. www.peninsulaartschool.com
> > Exposed Stitch Binding, August 13-15
> > We will create three exposed-stitch books, one for each day of class.
> > hard covers enclose beautiful paper suitable for journal writing or
> drawing in
> > a simple, one-needle coptic binding. Second, a small hard-cover album is
> > personalized with your painted concertina spine and end sheets. Window
> openings in
> > each page stand ready to reveal your photos, poems, drawings or
> > Finally, a book you create from one full sheet of Arches Cover, painted
> > both sides. Built on an expandable concertaina (accordion) spine, this
> > book seduces from the first page to the last, from its decorative spine
> > multi-layered interior. These three books will encourage your creative
> > experimentation in sewing, collage, cutting, tearing, weaving and
> manipulation. Contact
> > Peninsula Art School, www.peninsulaartschool.com, for registration.
> > Barbara is also offering art workshops in her home studio. Enrollment
> > limited to four students (so lots of individual attention). Upcoming
> > are scheduled for August 30-31 (Monotype) and October 18-19 (Unbinding
> > The Boundless Concertina). For further information, please contact
> > 612-822-5257 or email me at gotopaperworks@xxxxxxxx Complete
> > both workshops can be found on the Workshop pages of Harmanâ?Ts website:
> > www.gotopaperworks.com.
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