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SLQ Siganto Seminar: The trouble with artists’ books

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AT THIS TIME THE BLOG WILL FEATURE IMAGES OF THE EVENT

We are happy to receive comments and dialogue arising from the seminar and will post selected feedback. Please leave a comment on this blog for consideration by us for posting.

The podcast is available at  http://www.slq.qld.gov.au/audio-video/webcasts/recent-webcasts/siganto-seminar

Cheers  Doug+Victoria

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From the SLQ website – Promo for the evnt

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The State Librarian Jeanette Wright opens procedings

The State Librarian Jeanette Wright opens proceedings

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Helen Cole presents

Helen Cole presents the Librarian’s view

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Jan Davis presents

Jan Davis presents the Artist’s view

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Noreen Grahame presents

Noreen Grahame presents the Gallerist’s view

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The Question and Answer session

Helen Cole chairing the Question and Answer session

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Noreen Grahame answers

Noreen Grahame answers a question

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State Library of Queensland Event: The trouble with artists' boo

Jan Davis answers a question

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The Auditorium crowd

The Auditorium crowd

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The 'Hearsay' team members discuss the project

The Hearsay team members discuss the project

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Attendees viewing the 'Hearsay' book

Attendees viewing the Hearsay book

BLOGPOSTS ABOUT THE EVENT ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING:

Judy Barrass ‘Critical mass Blog’         http://www.criticalmassblog.net/2012/?p=2568

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All  photographs  © Doug Spowart 2013.

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4 Responses

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  1. Great images Doug! And thank you for the intro. to Clint on Saturday. I’ve done a post on the Critical Mass blog about the seminar. Would be good to have that link on your blog too. Wish I had thought to ask you for images. The CM post can be found here: http://www.criticalmassblog.net/2012/?p=2568

    There’s also been some discussion on that post on Facebook.

    Judy Barrass

    May 7, 2013 at 8:11 am

    • Thanks Judy,

      Your post looks great – your comments provide a good response to the day. I will add your link to my post – Would you mind if I put the first few sentences in to entice the reader to follow the link?

      Hear from you …

      Cheers Doug

  2. I found these presentations to be very informative and inspiring.
    The content and sequence of the presentations were dynamic.
    By breaking down the delivery into the three different viewpoints the three Keynote speakers were engaging and thought provoking.
    Starting with Helen Cole presenting ‘the Librarian’s view, Noreen Grahame presenting ‘the Gallerist’s view, Jan Davis presenting ‘the Artist’s view and ending with an interactive audience time for ‘questions and answers was right on target with information.
    The Hearsay team discussing their project was fantastic. Combined with humour and wit they certainly kept the attention of a diverse audience.
    I truly enjoyed the afternoon and felt I could of stayed into the night with more speakers and presentations.

    Maureen Trainor

    May 9, 2013 at 3:45 pm

  3. Great post and images Doug and Vicki. I hope you don’t mind that I’ve put a link to your post on the Book Art Object website http://www.bookartobject.blogspot.com.au

    Helen M

    May 9, 2013 at 5:44 pm


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