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Re: [BKARTS] Keith Smith and Scott McCarney Return to Los Angeles



Hi, Lisa -

I'm signed up for the workshop, but didn't get any
specific information on where it will be held and if
there is a supply list.  I'm taking the Saturday class
only.

Thanks!!

Judi



--- Lisa Deutsch <Lagourmet@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> -=Keith Smith and Scott McCarney Return to Los
> Angeles=-
>
> The Los  Angeles Book Arts Center invites you to a
> very special weekend
> with our  guests Keith Smith and Scott McCarney.
> Keith and Scott
> enjoyed their  trip to LA last year and they agreed
> to reprise their
> visit with two new  classes.
>
> On Saturday, March 5th, Keith and Scott will teach
> one of the  most
> intriguing bindings of recent years, The
> Caterpillar.  Sunday,  March
> 6th, the two will teach a class on Celtic Weave
> Binding,  another
> fascinating binding that is sure to draw attention
> no matter how  one
> uses it.  These complicated looking bindings are
> simpler than  they
> look, and this may be your only chance to learn
> their secrets in  Los
> Angeles.
>
> Please sign up for these classes by calling Marcia
> Moore  at
> 310-827-6192, or for more information.
>
> This exciting pair of  classes is intended for the
> experienced binder
> interested in learning from  two of the most
> innovative teachers in the
> country.
>
> The Caterpillar  $100 for Member and $120 for
> Nonmembers
> March 5th 9:30am to  4:00pm
>
> Celtic Weave Binding $100 for Member and $120 for
> Nonmembers
> March 6th 9:30am to 4:00pm
>
>
> -=About the  Instructors=-
>
> Keith Smith is the author of numerous authoritative
> volumes  on book
> binding, having invented more bindings than almost
> any of  his
> contemporaries.  His work is shown internationally.
>
> Scott  McCarney's distinct visual style includes
> large scale sculptural
> installations and limited edition artist books.  His
> work is shown
> internationally.
>
> The Los Angeles Book Arts Center (LABAC)  is
> dedicated to serving as a
> creative, intellectual and technical resource  for
> artists, collectors,
> dealers, curators and individuals interested in the
> book and paper
> arts. The nonprofit Center's mission is to help
> build a  strong book
> arts community in the Los Angeles area by offering
> exhibitions,
> lectures, classes, meetings and continuous online
> discussion groups.
> LABAC offers a broad range of classes in the book
> arts, drawing and
> calligraphy, paste papers and monoprints, book
> structures, cases and
> boxes, and everything between and beyond. For more
> information, call
> 310-657-2616, e-mail _LAGourmet@xxxxxxxx
> (mailto:LAGourmet@xxxxxxx)  or visit
> the LABAC Web  site at www.LABookArts.com.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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