PRE/POST CONFERENCE OPTIONS

PRE-CONFERENCE

TOUR OF THE EMORY UNIVERSITY CONSERVATION LAB, THE HIGH MUSEUM WORKS ON PAPER ROOM, AND THE SCAD ARTISTS’ BOOKS COLLECTION

There are only 25 spots available offered on a first come first serve basis! The price is $45 and does not include lunch.

By signing up for this pre-conference tour, you will also receive same-day admission the High Museum as well as behind-the-scenes access to the Works on Paper Room at the High, the Conservation Lab at Emory University and the SCAD Atlanta Artists’ Books Collection.

Please use this link to make your reservations today!
 

POST-CONFERENCE

POST CONFERENCE DAY TRIP TO THE KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY BENTLEY RARE BOOK ROOM AND ZUCKERMAN MUSEUM OF ART

This trip will be capped at 30 participants so sign up today! The price is $40 and includes lunch.

Stay one more day for a post-conference day trip to Kennesaw! This post conference trip includes a bus trip to Kennesaw State University to visit the Bentley Rare Book Room and the Zuckerman Museum of Art.

Housed within the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books at Kennesaw State University, the Bentley Rare Book Museum serves as a University and community resource on the history and significance of the written and printed word. The Bentley Rare Book Museum preserves and makes available a diverse collection of manuscripts, rare books, and fine press materials used in teaching and research.

The Bentley Rare Book Museum collection is the result of the dedication and passion for books of two men: Mr. Robert B. Williams, Senior Curator of Rare Books, and Mr. Fred D. Bentley, Sr., a Cobb County lawyer and avid book collector. In the late 1980s Mr. Bentley donated a large number of nineteenth and early twentieth century first editions as the foundation of the Museum collection. Since that initial donation, the collection has grown and developed, evolving into an assemblage of manuscripts and books representing the history of the book with a focus on the English-speaking world. Today, the Museum holds over 8,000 items, ranging from Sumerian clay tablets and medieval manuscript leaves to modern fine press books and literary first editions. 

Housed within the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books at Kennesaw State University, the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art presents significant works from Kennesaw State University's permanent collection while regularly exhibiting contemporary works of various media by local and nationally-recognized artists. The ZMA serves as a center for the enrichment of the arts, arts education and professional development. Through the creation of uniquely curated exhibitions, community outreach, workshops and programming the museum acts as a bridge between the campus and the community while also providing dedicated exhibitions for the KSU students and faculty in the ZMA's satellite gallery.

Don’t miss this opportunity to spend more time with friends, see the sites in the greater Atlanta area, and soak up more history!

Please use this link to make your reservations today!