Exciting news: we are getting ready for the first Endangered Alphabets Open House. Elizabeth Magnuson is turning her house at 1212 Thompson’s Point Road in Charlotte, Vermont, into a gallery for Alphabets carvings and furniture.
In part, this is an opportunity to continue the exhibit-and-educate work of the Endangered Alphabets Project and to enable the good people of the region to see the carvings up close and to meet me and ask questions; in part it is also intended as a fundraiser, with carvings being available for sale and commissions being taken. The Endangered Alphabets Project is, after all, a federal non-profit, which is to say it needs all the help it can get.
The Alphabets Open House will take place primarily from 2-8 p.m. on Sunday, November 27, but the exhibit will also be open for viewing by appointment from Sunday, November 20-Saturday, December 4. Anyone interested in a special viewing should contact Elizabeth directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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