29th Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair
Friday, August 2, 2013 at 5:00 PM - Saturday, August 3, 2013 at 5:00 PM (MDT)
29th Annual Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair
August 2-3, 2013
451 E. 58th Ave
Denver Colorado 80216-8470
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Open to the public from 5 PM until 9 PM on Friday August 2, and 10 AM until 5 PM on Saturday August 3.
More than 80 of the nation’s most prestigious dealers in rare and collectible books will be at the Denver Mart for the 29th annual Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair. For booklovers across the region, it’s an annual weekend not to be missed. Of the thousands of books offered, the fair typically includes some once-in-a-lifetime finds. There is truly something for everyone, from museum-quality volumes for the serious collector to books suited for casual gift-giving. The largest event of its kind between Chicago and California, the Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair also offers a wealth of vintage and rare paper goods, including postcards, maps, art prints, old travel brochures, posters, ads and ephemera from decades – and centuries – past.
This year’s theme, “To Have and To Hold,” offers more reasons to attend the fair. Denver’s best experts in the fields of book, paper, maps, prints, art objects, and textiles will speak and give demonstration throughout the weekend.
BARBARA A. JOHNSON—Conserves decorative arts, sculpture, ethnographic artifacts, and historic objects for museums and private clients.
KAREN JONES—Has been a book and paper conservator in private practice in Denver for almost 30 years. She has taught book repair and book conservation techniques to library staff throughout the region and remains committed to outreach in preservation education.
Christopher W. Lane—Has authored numerous articles and several books, including Ewell L. Newman award winning Panorama of Pittsburgh, as well as given hundreds of lectures around the country and internationally. He has worked with collectors since he became a print and map dealer in 1982 and has published a number of guides on collecting. He has also worked since 1997, along with his partner Donald H. Cresswell, as the print and map expert for PBS's program Antiques Roadshow.
PAULETTE READING—Received her Masters Degree in Art Conservation from Buffalo State College with a focus on Textile and Object Conservation in 2004. She worked for the Textile Conservation Workshop in South Salem, NY as Assistant Conservator, and currently is working in private practice in textile conservation.
CAMILLA VAN VOOREN—Is a conservator of paintings at the Western Center for the Conservation of Fine Arts (WCCFA) in Denver, Colorado. She has lectured and taught workshops to museum professionals and has been involved in numerous other regional outreach activities.
Hosted annually by the Rocky Mountain Antiquarian Booksellers Association ( RMABA), the fair has built a reputation as one of the nation’s leading antiquarian book fairs.
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Rocky Mountain Antiquarian Booksellers Association
An organization of used and rare book dealers in the Rocky Mountain Region. We are dedicated to stimulating book collecting, promoting ethical trade in all facets of the antiquarian book business and educating the public in the field of antiquarian books.