Octavofest 2010 celebrations continue--From Old to New: An Evening of Book and Art@CSU
Octavofest celebrations continue at Cleveland State University
From Old to New: An Evening of Book and Art@CSU
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
"Reimagining the Book--The Revolution in 16th Century" Publishing"
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
In the Michael Schwartz Library, RT 401
Presentation by Amy Crist
Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Paper Conservation
Cleveland Museum of Art
Tour CSU's fabulous new Student Center
with Sandra Emerick, Associate Dean of Students
Dinner -- On your own, at Bar Uno Restaurant in the Student Center or at a variety of eateries in the area
"Building an E-Book from the Ground Up"
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
in the CSU Student Center, room 313
Presentation by Barbara Strauss, Head Technical Services, Michael Schwartz Library
and Shawn Simmons, Art Books Cleveland
October 1 - October 31, 2010
"Early Eighteenth Century Books on French Bridge Engineering in the Wilbur J. & Sara Ruth Watson Bridge Book Collection"
In Special Collections (3rd floor), Michael Schwartz Library
"Ohio Constitutional History Preserved"
In the Atrium of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Paper and Poems: Installation by Cleveland poet and visual artist Jim Lang"
At the CSU Art Gallery
Click here for more information about Octavofest events at CSU.
For additional information about all Octavofest events and programs throughout the month of October, please visit Octavofest or call 216-687-2475.
Octavofest was created in 2009 by Art Books Cleveland, an organization established in 2008 and dedicated to advancing the appreciation of the book and paper arts throughout Northeast Ohio. Founding members: Art Books Cleveland, Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland State University Michael Schwartz Library, Morgan Conservatory.