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News Release (April 7, 1968)


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News Release (April 7, 1968)
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News Release New College, Suggested For Use: Sunday, April 7, 1968; Also Sent to: Allied Arts Council, Sarasota Art Assn., Longboat Key Art Assn., Art League of Manatee County, Educ. Dept., Ringling Museum; 1 - 153 - 4/2/68
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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April 7, 1968


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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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RELEASE Also sent to: Allied Arts Council, Sarasota Art Assn., Longboat Key Art Assn., Art League of Manatee County, Educ. Dept., Ringling Museur NEW COLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 153 -4/2/68 813 / 355-7131 Ref.: c. Arthur SUGGESTED FOR USE: SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 1968 SARASOTA--An illustrated talk about the of letterforms in the contemporary arts by a New York designer, author, and educator will be given Tuesday (April 9) at 2:30 pem. at the teaching auditorium of Hamilton Center on the New College campus. It is open to the public. Eugene M. Ettenberg, now on leave from his position as art consultant to Teachers College of Columbia University, will both lecture and show slides, particularly relating letterforms to painting and sculpture. Ettenberg's appearance at the college was initiated by a suggestion from former New College Fine Arts Institute faculty member James Brooks and has been arranged through Dr. Arthur R. Borden Jr. and Professor Syd Solomon. "Ettenberg has long been a catalytic agent between designers and painters and has followed the use of ancient design motif in the works of many internationally known fine arts painters," said Solomon., Formerly vice president and director of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Ettenberg conducts a monthly column in the magazine Inland Printer and is a contributing editor of American Artist magazine. more


COLLEGE Page 2 Ettenberg has a bachelor of fine arts degree from Pratt Institute, his master's degree from Columbia and is a candidate for the Ph.De degree therev Besides designing books, magazine formats and company trademarks, Ettenberg is the author of "Type for Books and tising," has done articles on type for several encyclopedias and is currently completing a compendium of 6,000 typefaces for a publisher. Ettenberg served at Pratt and Columbia as a of the faculty and has been a guest instructor at Syracuse Univ ersity, New York University, Oklahoma State University, Carne gie Institute of Technology, Radcliffe College and the University of Georgia. He is now chairman of the board of governors of t h e Type Directors Club of New York and a member of the Planning Committee of the New York University School of Continuing E d cation. 30 -

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