Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Emanations: Third Eye events at the Brooklyn Book Festival

As I reported in August, International Authors will have a  presence Sept 21-22 at the Brooklyn Book Festival.  Specifically, we will present Emanations: Third Eye, which will be available very soon.  

Saturday September 21:

12-6 PM Display of the Elephant Folio, plus the Gold Scroll and NEW large format full color drawing, Paradise Lost Re-envisoned

3 PM Admission $5  Refreshments Available.

3 PM Introduction by Yuko Nii, Founder and Artistic Director of the Williamburg Art & historical Center.

3:15 Bienvenido Bones Banez performs his renowned "Satanic Rhapsody" on our Grand Piano.

3:30 PM Dr. Carter Kaplan of International Authors discusses their new release, Emanations: Third Eye.

3:45 PM Audience questions and answers followed by book signings.

4 PM Terrance Lindall will sign his limited edition book about the Gold Folio and talk about the Paradise Lost Contemporary Art Collection that is being developed by the Yuko Nii Foundation, and the complimentary collection being developed by Dr. Robert J. Wickenheiser for the University of South Carolina, which will be on display at a grand conclave of artists, collectors and scholars at the U of SC in 2015 (info: Special Antiquarian Book Exhibits including  Reynard the Fox, Boccaccio's Decameron, The second folio of Shakespeare's Macbeth and Hamlet (1632). etc.

Sunday September 22:

9:00 AM Volunteers meet at WAH Center to drive to Book Festival
9:30 AM Set up table #99
10-6 PM Meet people  Book Festival


Terrance Lindall, WAH Center Ex.  Director
Sarah Cahill Marron, WAH Center Volunteer
Carter Kaplan, International Authors
Kristine Shmenco, International Authors

Visit the WAH Center:

WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center)
Located at the corner of Bedford, next to the Williamsburg Bridge:135 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211

Gallery Hours:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 12–6 pm

(718) 486-6012
(718) 486-7372

How to get to the WAH Center:

From Manhattan
When driving, just keep to your right when crossing the Williamsburg Bridge which leads you to Broadway. Turn right on Broadway. We are 2 blocks down on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Broadway in the landmark Kings County Savings Bank Building, 135 Broadway.

By Subway
L train to Bedford (one stop into Brooklyn from Manhattan) Avenue.
Walk thirteen blocks south and under the Williamsburg Bridge to Broadway.
Or JM or Z train to Marcy Avenue (one stop into Brooklyn from Manhattan). Walk three blocks west on Broadway to the WAH Center.

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