Ephemera/33 Hyatt Regency - Old Greenwich, CT

March 15-17th, 2013

  • Hyatt Regency
    1800 East Putnam Avenue
    Old Greenwich, Connecticut, USA 06870

  • Phone +1 203 637 1234
  • Map and Directions Reserve Room Use discount code "ephemera society" to get the group rate of $150. (Discount not guaranteed after March 1.)
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A Presentation by Dick Sheaff at Ephemera/33 - "An Overview of 19th Century Printing"
The Ephemera Society of America’s 33rd conference explored the multi-faceted relationships between Art and Ephemera. An item of ephemera may be collected and studied primarily for its beauty and design rather than for its content. For example, an entire field of study is devoted to the book as a work of art: a book might be artistic in the sense that it is “a holder of images, a vehicle for symbols, a terrain for poetry” yet have no words or images; have the appearance of a book, but be conceived as a work of art. Similarly, a piece of functional ephemera might be regarded as art for its typography or design.

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    The Ephemera Society of America is a member of The Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies (FABS). 2013 Ephemera Society of America.    GloryHorse