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[BKARTS] MINNESOTA CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS (MCBA) ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER SYMPOSIUM 2005



Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, is pleased to announce its
first ever SYMPOSIUM,  a festival of classes, lectures and activities led by
top national and Minnesota book artists. Plan now to attend SYMPOSIUM 2005,
July 25-30.  SYMPOSIUM 2005 brings together the best in the fields of
printing, papermaking, binding and book design for a jam-packed week of
intensive instruction for new and experienced book artists.  Here is a
listing of confirmed instructors and classes:
>> 
>>     Monique Lallier, full leather binding
>>     Dennis Ruud, Blackletter calligraphy and Illumination
>>     Gaylord Schanilec, wood engraving
>>     Diane Maurer-Mathison, suminagashi and paste paper
>>     Barb Tetenbaum, alternative letterpress techniques
>>     Mary Jo Pauly, pop up construction
>>     Emily Martin, Secret Belgian Binding and cross structure bindings
>>     William Myers, Printing on the iron hand press
>>     Kitty Maryatt, letterpress troubleshooting
>>     Bridget O¹Malley, eastern papermaking
>>     Helen Hiebert, sculptural paper
>>     Kitty Maryatt, letterpress doctor
>>     Chip Schilling, digital letterpress
>>     Peter Verheyen, Variations on casebinding -- millimeter binding
>>     Bill Drendel, You Call That a Book?
>>  
Save the dates and stay tuned for more details as this exciting week grows
closer!  For more information, please contact Steve Pittelkow at
spittelkow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dorothy Goldie
Executive Director
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Avenue South, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN  55415
Direct:  612-215-2525
Main:  612-215-2520
Fax:  612-215-2545
Cell:  612-280-7414
dgoldie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx




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