Panel Discussion: “Artists’ Books, The Institutional Perspective”

  • 11/18/2020
  • 6:30 PM
  • 11/18/2020 | 6:30 PM CT via Zoom. Advance registration required via website.
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November Evening Program

Institutions play increasingly significant roles in the world of artists’ books. Representatives from Wellesley College (Ruth Rogers), the Smithsonian (Anne Evenhaugen), and the Newberry Library (Jill Gage) will be providing their perspectives on the acquisition and use of artists’ books by their institutions. The panel will be moderated by Martin Antonetti, past president of The Bibliographic Society of America.

All Evening Programs will begin at 6:30 PM CT via Zoom. The events will consist of quality Zoom presentations with real-time Q&A features immediately following those presentations. All programs will require advance registration on the club’s website so that Zoom instructions can be sent before the program.



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