New York City! Come join us in celebrating the release of Party In The Back from Tino Razo on 2/28. We’ll be rolling deep throughout Milk Gallery with an exhibition of work from the book, great jams, books for sale and drinks from Bud Light. Special thanks to Vans for helping to make this happen.
We’re thrilled to announce the LA release of Party In The Back from Tino Razo. After the LA Art Book Fair on Friday, walk over to Alldayeveryday and check out an exhibition of work from the book. We’ll have books for sale, really good jams, and drinks from Bud Light and Saucey. Special thanks to Vans for helping everything happen.
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Join the Georgetown University Library Associates to celebrate the opening of the exhibition “Flying Saucers Over DC” on Thursday, February 9 at 6:00 pm in the Pierce Reading Room, Lauinger Library.
In conjunction with Boo-Hooray and Anthology Editions, the event will feature a discussion between award-winning author Jack Womack and Washington Post book critic Michael Dirda about Womack’s recent anthology Flying Saucers Are Real!.
Following the discussion, guests will be invited to enjoy a special reception and view this amazing exhibition, recently featured at the Milk Gallery in New York City, which depicts one of the most pervasive subcultures of the 20th century, in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections.
Do you want to believe?
Date(s): February 9, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Pierce Reading Room, Lauinger Library
Emily Minton, Program and Events Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-687-7425
RSVP by: Monday, February 6, 2017
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Feast your eyes upon Philip K. Dick Award winning author Jack Womack’s famed UFO library, up close and in person! From August 3 – 20, the author of our forthcoming publication Flying Saucers Are Real! presents his incredible collection of UFO ephemera at Milk Gallery in New York City.
The relevance of Flying Saucers Are Real! and exhibition extend far beyond the outer realms of science fiction fandom; they offer a journey through one of the most pervasive subcultures in 20th century American history!