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CBAA Conference Update: Art, Fact, and Artifact - Jan. 8-10, 2009

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    College Book Art Association Biennial Conference Art, Fact, and Artifact: The Book in Time and Place January 8-10, 2009 hosted by the University of Iowa Center
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      College Book Art Association Biennial Conference

      Art, Fact, and Artifact:
      The Book in Time and Place

      January 8-10, 2009

      hosted by the University of Iowa Center for the Book

      Talks, artist presentations, exhibits, demos, professional development, and tours


      KEYNOTES
      "Fearful Asymmetry"
      Randall McLeod, University of Toronto

      "Enfolded by Holes: a talk on book openings"
      Tate Shaw, Preacher's Biscuit Books and University of Rochester


      CONFIRMED PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
      Anne Bahde, Katie Baldwin, Timothy Barrett, Peter Beldes, David Berona, Jen Bervin, Sheelagh Bevan, Doro Boehme, Betty Bright, Inge Bruggemann, Michele Burgess, Johnny Carrera, Macy Chadwick, Julie Chen, Betsy Davids, Shelley DiCello, Cristina de Almeida, Margot Ecke, Diane Fine, Gary Frost, Tatiana Ginsberg, Alisa Golden, Brandon Graham, Michael Henninger, Charles Hobson, Daniel Kelm, Elisabeth Long, Mario LaPlante, Emily Martin, Kitty Maryatt, Nance O'Banion, Maria Pisano, Harry Reese, Ruth Rogers, Chris Rolic, Katherine M. Ruffin, Lee Running, Suzy Taraba, Melissa Tedone, Barbara Tetenbaum, Tricia Treacy, Susan Viguers, Kathy Walkup, Kristi Wermager, Laurie Whitehill Chong


      PANEL TOPICS INCLUDE:
      Risk and Renewal in Letterpress
      The Margins of Marginalia
      Individual Artist Presentations
      Old Systems, New Media
      Internationalizing the Book Arts
      Meditations on Loss
      Low-Quality Text, High-Quality Art
      Museums and Histories
      Extreme Materiality and Medieval Texts
      Visual Culture and the Book Arts
      High Theory
      Dickinson, Drucker, Howe, and the Canon
      The Role of Institutions
      Scraps and Archives
      The Renaissance and the Book Arts
      Constraints and Possibilities
      The Performed Book
      Artists' Books and Pedagogy
      Matter and Meaning
      The New Old Media

      Registration information and program details will be posted by September 19.
      See www.uiowa.edu/~ctrbook

      Presenters must be members of the College Book Art Association. To join, visit the CBAA website at http://www.collegebookart.org/ or you may join when registering for the conference.

      For more information, contact Matthew P. Brown (matthew-p-brown@...) or Julia Leonard (julia-leonard@...)
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