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  • Jill Littlewood
    ... From: Bertha Rogers To: Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2004 6:12 AM Subject: Re: THIRD ANNUAL BRIGHT HILL
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Bertha Rogers" <bkrogers@...>
      To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@...>
      Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2004 6:12 AM
      Subject: Re: THIRD ANNUAL BRIGHT HILL PRESS NORTH AMERICAN JURIED BOOK ARTS
      EXHIBITION AT BRIGHT HILL CENTER


      > Dear Book Arts Friends,
      >
      > Bright Hill Press will host its third annual North American Juried
      Book Arts
      > Exhibition at Bright Hill Center's beautiful Word & Image Gallery, 94
      Church Street,
      > Treadwell, NY, from October 3-29, 2004. The first two annual exhibits were
      noteworthy
      > for the innovative books and fine quality of the exhibitors, and we look
      forward to
      > another great exhibit!
      > This year's exhibit will be juried by 1. NANCY CALLAHAN, winner of
      BHP's
      > 2nd Juried Book Arts Exhibit, book arts teacher at Syracuse University, at
      the Women's
      > Studio Workshop, the Center for Book Arts in NYC, and Assoc. Professor of
      Art at
      > State University of New York, Oneonta, NY; she has been a fellow at the
      Virginia
      > Center for the Creative Arts, the Byrdcliffe Colony in Woodstock, and the
      International
      > Book Arts REsidency in Hungary; she traveled to Siberia in 2000 to teach
      artists' books
      > to students at the Fine Arts Institute; and 2. LOUISE NEADERLAND, founder
      of
      > the International Society of Copier Artists and the ISCA Quarterly, the
      assemblage
      > project of the Society; her work has been exhibited widely and is
      represented in major
      > collections in the US and abroad; she is the recipient of a grant from the
      National
      > Endowment for a series of books, Where is Home. She regards her founding
      and
      > directorship of the ISCA as having made a most important contribution to
      the promotion
      > of inexpensive ultiples which have served to introduce collectors,
      artists, and the
      > general public to artists' books through the ISCA Quarterly's annual box
      of artists'
      > books.
      > Entries may include traditionally-bound books, artists' books,
      sculptural
      > bookworks, hanging books, etc., that have been created in the period
      2000-2004 and
      > never exhibited at Bright Hill Center. Entries will be juried from the
      actual books and
      > shipped to BHC no later than August 18, 2004, to arrive no later than
      August 25, 2004.
      > First place winner will receive $200, and Second place winner will receive
      $100.
      > FOR COMPLETE GUIDELINES AND REQUIRED ENTRY
      > FORM, email Bright Hill at wordthur@.... Additional information
      about Bright
      > Hill may be found at http://www.brighthillpress.org Please don't hesitate
      to contact us
      > with questions or comments.
      >
      > Best regards,
      > Bertha Rogers, Executive Director, Bright Hill Press
      >
      > ***********************************************
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      >
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