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Bo's Arts

Jamie Berger

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ISBN 10: 0976335506 / ISBN 13: 9780976335504
Published by Evil Twin Publications, 2006
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Title: Bo's Arts

Publisher: Evil Twin Publications

Publication Date: 2006

Book Condition:Very Good

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In Spring of 2004, an odd and wondrous art show took place at San Francisco's Adobe Books and Backroom Gallery. Over fifty artists, from an eleven-year-old boy to several internationally renowned grown-ups, made work of, about, or inspired by a soft dog named Bo. Bo's owner, writer Jamie Berger, investigates the life and times of both dog and art in a new book, Bo's Arts. Original artwork from the show plus a few new pieces are included in full color and Eleanor Harwood, Adobe's curator, discusses the quirky genesis of the project in an introduction. Includes photographs, drawings, paintings, and sculpture by: Erica Ackerberg, Carrie Barnes, Sharon Beals, Marit Brook-Kothlow, Joe Byrnes, Adriane Colburn, Alan D’Souza, Amanda Eicher, Lora Finelli, futurefarmers, Ed Garcia, Valerie George, Maizie Gilbert, Eleanor Harwood, Peter Hermann, Laura Heyenga, Case Hudson, Cathe Janke, Kate Lacey, Gretchen LeMaistre, Evan Magers, Mitche Manitou, Kirk Markopoulos, Tracy Moon, Geoffrey Moore, Emily Prince, Meryl Press, S.Quinn, Sharanjit Sandhu, Alice Shaw, Kristin Sobditch, Miriam Klein Stahl, Kelly Reiling, Carrie Lynn Rosenbaum, Daniel Ross, Christine Shields, Niki Ulehla, Jennifer West, Terri Weist, Jeff Barnett-Winsby and Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough. Book design by Stacy Wakefield-Forte.

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Jamie Berger’s writing has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle,, The Sun Magazine, The Chicago Reader, Negative Capability, Columbia and Planet Magazines, among other publications. His essay, “Peep Show,” was published this year in the anthology Flesh for Fantasy: Producing and Consuming Erotic Dance (Thunder’s Mouth Press). Jamie was raised in Albany, New York and studied in New York City where he earned a BA from Columbia University and an MA in Creative Writing from City College. After 14 years in San Francisco, where he wrote, performed monologues, bartended, taught, and worked for the public library, Jamie returned to the East Coast with Bo. He teaches at and is pursuing an MFA in fiction from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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