GBW Centennial Celebration - still time to register
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Guild Of Book Workers Celebrates 100 Years!
STILL TIME TO REGISTER
REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER 12
There is still space available to attend the Guild of Book Workers
Centennial Celebration to be held in New York City on October 12-14, 2006.
The conference will feature a two-day symposium of the "Art of the Book in
America," two exhibitions of current and past Guild members' work, and a
dinner cruise to celebrate our anniversary.
Registration materials may be downloaded from the GBW Centennial Celebration
website at <http://gbw100nyc.tripod.com>. Registration forms for GBW members
and non-members are available, as well as forms for bookbinding suppliers
wishing to exhibit in the vendor's room.
Full information on conference events and speakers are available on the
website. Information on housing, book-related New York City sites, and room
sharing are also listed on this webpage <http://gbw100nyc.tripod.com>.
Events in summary:
Registration closes September 12, 2006. The registration form is currently
available online <http://gbw100nyc.tripod.com >.
Thursday, October 12: An Opening Reception for the Centennial Exhibition
at The Grolier Club. The exhibition features both a Retrospective Exhibition
and a Contemporary Exhibition.
Friday and Saturday, October 13 -14: Centennial Symposium: "The Art of the
Book in America, 1906-2006" at the New York Academy of Medicine
Saturday, October 14: Centennial Celebration Dinner Cruise: See the
skyline of New York and the Statue of Liberty on the "The Spirit of New
York" while toasting the anniversary of the Guild and visiting friends and
Vendor Room at the New York Academy of Medicine.
Lab tours and visits at NY museums
For up-to-date details, check the GBW website:
The Guild of Book Workers is the national organization in the United States
for all the book arts. It was founded in New York City in 1906 to "establish
and maintain a feeling of kinship and mutual interest among workers in the
several hand book crafts." Among its early members were well-known
artist-craft workers. Today, the Guild is almost 1000 members strong, and
embraces all the book arts - from binding to printing to marbling to
calligraphy; from the traditional to the avant-garde. Our members come from
across the United States and around the world. For more information about
our organization, please visit the GBW website
Please plan to join us to celebrate the Guild of Book Workers' 100th
Questions? Please contact Nancy Lev-Alexander, Guild of Book Workers
Conference Committee Chair <standards@...>
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