Fwd: Printing w/ a Steamroller and *Spark
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From: Katherine Aoki <kaoki@...>
Date: Sep 4, 2007 11:42 AM
Subject: Printing w/ a Steamroller and *Spark
To: Katherine Aoki <kaoki@...>Dear Kind Supporters,
Here are two upcoming events: printing with a steamroller on 9/8 (in San Francisco) and rerun of the Spark episode which features my prints on 9/12 and 9/16.
Hope to see you on Saturday in SF!
On Saturday Sept. 8 from 11am - 5pm, I'll be printing a 3 ft x 3ft linoleum cut with a steam roller on the street at the Center for the Book in San Francisco . This free event includes ten artists with big lino-cuts, vendor tables, and kids activities.
This unique fundraiser doubles as a rollicking street fair with an expanded book arts and printers sale. The large lino cut prints will be auctioned off at our annual Gala Dinner/Fundraiser. This year watch us pull prints from large-scale linoleum blocks carved especially for the occasion by: Kathy Aoki, East Side Editions, Michael Carabetta, Leif Fairfield, Mary Laird, Paul Madonna, Brandon Mise, Rik Olson, Maia de Raat, Patricia Miye Wakida, and William T. Wiley.
Saturday September 8
11 am to 5pm
San Francisco Center for the Book
300 De Haro Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Spark show rerun:
The episode of Spark ( the KQED TV Arts magazine ) which features my work will be re-aired on
Wednesday Sept. 12 at 7:30 pm and will repeat on Sunday Sept. 16, at 6:30 am on KQED Channel 9. The rerun can also be seen in the South Bay on KTEH-TV 54 and KCAH-TV. (check www.kteh.org for details)
You can also see the streaming video online at
Major funding for Spark is provided by:
* The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation -- supporting creativity and innovation in the arts since 1967
* The James Irvine Foundation -- expanding opportunity for the people of California
* Diane B. Wilsey
* KQED Campaign for the Future Program Venture Fund
With additional support from:
* Meridee Moore and Kevin King
* Helen Sarah Steyer
* Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation
* National Endowment for the Arts
Spark is a co-production of KQED and the Bay Area Video Coalition.
Spark airs on KQED-TV 9 on Wednesdays at 7:30pm and repeats on Fridays at 11:30pm. Repeat broadcasts can be seen on KQED's digital channels. Spark also airs on KTEH-TV 54 and KCAH-TV 25 on Sundays at 4:00pm.
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