Monday, September 8, 2008

Literary Arts Exhibition & Panel Discussion

Celebrating 25 years of Portland Arts & Lectures

An exhibition of various Portland Arts & Lectures and Literary Arts ephemera, including the original letter from Isaac Asimov, is on display in the Collins Gallery at the Central Library through September 22.

A panel discussion about Literary Arts' cultural contribution takes place on Tuesday, September 9, at 6:30 p.m. in the U.S. Bank Room at the Central Library.
Panelists include Portland Arts & Lectures founder Julie Mancini as well as Elizabeth Burnett, Brian Booth and Christopher Zinn.

Admission to the exhibition and the panel discussion is free and everyone is welcome.

For more information visit the library's website or contact Special Collections Librarian Jim Carmin at 503.988.6287.


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