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Re: [BKARTS] Dissolving Book Exhibit

Congrats on a very successful project!  What a wonderful idea!  I'd never
heard of dissolvo - I may need to play with it myself.  Your class sounds
tremendously challenging and fun - an exciting project, and great student
work on your site.  (Too bad you didn't teach at my college - I would have
loved taking your class!)


Date:    Sat, 23 Apr 2005 09:35:43 -0600
From:    Tom Trusky <TTRUSKY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Dissolving Book Exhibit

April 15, 2005


Boise State University English Department's Introduction to Book Arts
classes are taking a cue from spring's rainy weather for their
"April Showers" book exhibit, April 22 to May 16, first floor of
the Liberal Arts Building on the BSU campus.  A PowerPoint version of
the exhibit is available on-line (see URL, below).

Students created books using "Dissolvo" water-soluble paper, which
is popular with spy enthusiasts and their instructor, Tom Trusky, who is
producing a dissolving book this coming fall. Trusky's classes were
encouraged to take advantage of the paper's dissolving capabilities
and create books that complement its unique qualities.

PowerPoint exhibition:

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