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Show and Tel Aviv

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit “Alice in the Land of Books,” from the collection of Maayan Cohen Duwek.The collection includes rare editions, among them the first Hebrew translation, published in Germany in 1924. There are activities as well. It opened on Sept. 1; no closing date announced.

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Moscow Exhibition in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

From our Russian correspondent we have news of a fantastic exhibition in Moscow including a statue of Lewis Carroll!  From the Moscow Times: The exhibition “Alice in Wonderland” is dedicated to the anniversary of the famous book by Lewis Carroll. It opened recently in Saltykov-Chertkovs mansion. The location for the exhibition is not accidental. The… [read full post]

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USC’s Doheny Library Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Cassady Wonderland Award

If you’re in the vicinity of USC’s Doheny Memorial Library, you may want to know that at 8pm (local time) on Thursday, April 17th, they are holding a multimedia event celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the annual Wonderland Award that LCSNA members George and Linda Cassady so kindly sponsor.  The library is also home to the… [read full post]

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NY Public Library Children’s Books Exhibit Extended Through September 7th

We’ve just received this frabjous news from author and exhibit curator Leonard Marcus: “The New York Public Library exhibition “THE ABC OF IT: Why Children’s Books Matter” has just had its run extended. Originally scheduled to closed on March 23rd, the exhibition is now slated to remain on view through September 7th.” To read more… [read full post]

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Interactive Installation “Alice in Berlin” Comes to Brooklyn and Chicago

One of our mimsy minions just forwarded us this information about the “interactive installation” Alice in Berlin, which is now coming to Brooklyn, NY this week from 9/27-29, and then to Chicago on October 19-20th.  To read more about this project, click me.

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