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, Apr 21, 2003
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Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 12:29 PM
Subject: [LABAC] Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
Three Nips, a Slat.
In Book Arts Terms...
What is that?
Visit Booth 171 at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books and Enter the World of Book Arts
The Los Angeles Book Arts Center (LABAC) will be at Booth 171 on the UCLA Campus April 26-27 for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
There will be no other booth like it on campus! The book arts are exciting and unique, and LABAC is the premier book arts center in Los Angeles. More than classes, LABAC offers an open forum to everyone interested in the book arts and works on paper -- artists, book lovers and paper artists. The LABAC booth will include:
· An Exhibition of Artists' Books
· A Book Arts Workshop - Create your own book!
· LABAC Class Schedule - Sign-up for classes with celebrated book artists!
· The Artists' Books Debate - What is an artist's book? Can it be defined?
Join the Los Angeles Book Arts Center at booth 171. Your twisted, beautiful, tangled journey into the world of book arts has just begun!
For further information on the Los Angeles Book Arts Center, please go to www.labookarts.com or write to Los Angeles Book Arts Center; 2265 Westwood Blvd. #274; Los Angeles, CA 90064-2016. Information on LABAC and the Festival of Books can be found at www.latimes.com/extras/festivalofbooks. Booth 171 is conveniently located next to the Society for Calligraphy in booth 172.
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