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The House Is In The Book: Master Artist Class

Hosted By: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

Books are thresholds to unfamiliar worlds and can serve as bridges connecting diverse communities. Even before the age of printing, codices and books were crucial means of communication, and books persist as vehicles for exchanging information, ideas, stories, and emotions across time and space. They serve as platforms for collaboration between authors and readers, writers and their translators, and the creators of texts and images. During the pandemic, when many people were deprived of physical contact, ideas of the book as an intimate and haptic object with the power to open-up vast universes, encompassing both proximity and distance, have resonated in new ways.

Join on Tuesday February 15th as artist Andi Arnovitz presents a new collaborative book that she worked on with Lynne Avadenka (USA), and Mirta Kupferminc (Argentina) and that was featured in the most recent Jerusalem Biennale.

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