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|November 4, 2021||After Hours with Aldus Manutius: A Conversation with G. Scott Clemons & Jason W. Dean - Online
In the last decade of the 15th century, a middle-aged private tutor named Aldus Manutius made the stunning decision to leave the comfortable employ of a noble family and enter the cutthroat world of printing. The implications of that career change reverberate to this day throughout the worlds of textual criticism, book design, typography, book production, copyright law, collecting, and classical philology. Whether by accident or design, Aldus’s career change put him in the right place at the right time to apply the relatively new technology of printing with movable type to the difficult task of printing Greek, catalyzing the re-entry of ancient science to western Europe. As a result, virtually the entire surviving Greek canon found its way into print for the first time, and therefore into posterity. Join collector and scholar G. Scott Clemons and the Library’s Vice President for Special Collections Jason W. Dean as they explore the enduring legacy of the Aldine Press, exemplified by materials held by the Library.
7pm - 8pm
Linda Hall Library
Kansas City, MOMore info
|December 3, 2021 - December 4, 2021||2021 Northampton Antiquarian Book, Ephemera, and Book Arts Fair
The sixth edition of the Northhampton Book Fair is housed at the NCAT. For exhibitors and attendees, there are more than 100 free, on-site parking spaces surrounding the 25,000 square foot building, which is just one block off Main Street. Access to the building, for exhibitor load-in and load-out, is excellent with wide outdoor ramps and large elevators indoors to all three levels. The Community Arts Trust is a recently renovated, energy efficient structure with new wood floors, excellent acoustics and lighting, designed to invite prospective visitors into their building. During these pandemic times, you can rest assured that our venue has state-of-the-art HVAC systems with HEPA filters, assuring a safe and healthful indoor environment.
Fri 5pm - 8pm
$5 Admission Students & Children Free
Northampton Community Arts Trust (NCAT)
Northampton, MAMore info