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The Artists Run Chicago Digest

Location

1511 N Milwaukee Ave Second Floor
60622 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, The Artists Run Chicago Digest
Date: 
2009
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The ARC Digest is meant to archive in print the activities of Chicago’s artist-run spaces between 1999-2009. It acts both as a companion to the exhibition and an extension of that project with interviews by Dan Gunn, essays by Abigail Satinsky, The Pond, Scott Speh and John Neff, Mary Jane Jacob and Lori Waxman, and an accompanying audio program by Bad At Sports featuring an interview with Temporary Services and a panel of Chicago artist-run media organizers.
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
00982029233
Item Donor: 
Dann Gunn

Chicago Area Sculptures: Margot McMahon

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310 S. Humphrey Avenue
60302 Oak Park, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, McMahon, Margot
Date: 
2016*
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Chicago Area Sculptures: Margot McMahon is a book of photographs of Margot's sculptures in the Chicago Area.
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English
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* Date is a guess
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Margot McMahon

The Gift of Art

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310 S. Humphrey Avenue
60302 Oak Park, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, McMahon, Margot
Date: 
2015
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"The Gift of Art is a how-to book explaining in detail the content of workshops that give students the time and space to exercise creativity by learning sculpting processes." *
Language: 
English
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* Abstract taken from http://www.margotmcmahon.com/giftofart.html
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9781495177408
Item Donor: 
Margot McMahon

Community Conflict

Catalog Number: 
book,Coleman
Date: 
1957
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A publication of the Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University.
Language: 
English
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StateUniversity.com, October 3, 2012: (James S. Coleman (1926-1995); a major twentieth-century figure in the sociology of education, James S. Coleman was a social theorist and an empirical researcher with a prevailing interest in social problems in education-tackling issues that were sometimes unpopular; his major work was done as professor in the Johns Hopkins University Department of Sociology (1960-1972) and at the University of Chicago in Sociology and the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) as a research director (1956-1959 and 1973-1995); he published more than thirty books and many articles; besides being president of the American Sociological Association (1993-1997), he worked on the creation of the National Educational Longitudinal Study database, which he used extensively in his research)
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Chicago: The City's Financial Outlook for the 1990s: Still at the Crossroads

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book,Chicago: The City's Financial Outlook for the 1990s: Still at the Crossroads
Date: 
May 1990
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A report by the Financial Reserach and Advisory Committee for the City of Chicago
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English
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Inland Printers: the Fine-Press Movement in Chicago, 1920-45

Catalog Number: 
book,Caxton Club
Date: 
2003
Abstract: 
Ralph Fletcher Seymour, publisher : Alderbrink Press / Thomas J. Joyce -- Private Press of Will Ransom / James M. Wells -- Trovillion Private Press / Frank J. Piehl -- Steen Hinrichsen / Michael Thompson -- The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Printing Arts / Susan F. Rossen -- Holiday Press / Kim Coventry -- Pony Barn Press ; Sign of the Hand / Kevin Davis with Robert A. Cotner -- The Broadside Press ; The Monastery Hill Press ; The Printing Office of Philip Reed ; October House / Celia Hilliard -- Black Cat Press ; Normandie House ; The Norman Press ; At the Sign of the Gargoyle / John P. Chalmers -- Pocahontas Press / Arthur H. Miller.
Language: 
English
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Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Inland Printers: the Fine-Press Movement in Chicago, 1920-45", organized by The Caxton Club of Chicago and held from January 10-February 21, 2003 at Columbia College Center for the Book & Paper Arts.
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ISSN/ISBN: 
1584561017
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Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Thomas J. Joyce, James M. Wells, Frank J. Piehl, Michael Thompson, Susan F. Rossen, Kim Coventry, Kevin Davis with Robert A. Cotner, Celia Hilliard, John P. Chalmers, Arthur H. Miller

Chicago Under Wraps

Catalog Number: 
book,Caxton Club
Date: 
1999
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Published by the Caxton Club of Chicago in conjunction with an exhibition organized by the Caxton Club and held from November 29, 1999, to January 10, 2000 at the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
0940550105

Briefly, The Heart

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Book, Briefly, The Heart
Date: 
2006-2009
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"Briefly, the Heart" is Jerman's first self-published chapbook, dealing with topics such as memory, romance, and nostalgia.
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English
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Mobile Phenomena

Catalog Number: 
book,Mobile Phenomena
Date: 
2012
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Language: 
English
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And now we take our leave: an introduction / Temporary Services -- Binder archives -- Bookmobiles -- Mobilivre-bookmobile: Courtney Dailey interviewed by Temporary Services -- Mobile phenomena -- Bar bike: Christian Ettinger interviewed by Eric Steen -- Mobile protest -- Mobility resources.
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9780981802329
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