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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

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Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Proofreading

21 Jan 2017

[No. 8] Mark-My-Words: Proofreading and editing symbols adorn and amend iconic documents

Conducted by Karen Kelly and Barbara Shroeder, Dancing Foxes Press, editorial members of the Creative Team, Carnegie International at Alphabet City Center, Pittsburgh

City of Asylum's Silvia Duarte welcomes drawing participants in front of orange curtain.

Presenter, Karen Kelly of Dancing Foxes Press, speaking to participants with projected image of an edited manuscript of Balzac behind her.

Participant examining text seated at table.

Three participants editing texts with red pens and white out at a table

Woman looks closely at text, smiling.

Over the shoulder view of woman using white-out to edit the U.S. Constitution.

Participants editing at tables and people perusing book shelves some wearing pink knitted hats.

Close up of participants hands editing text at table.

Presenter Barbara Schröder of Dancing Foxes Press, and boy holding up caricature of Donald Trump drawn on US Constitution in front of participants/

“U.S. Constitution” amended with drawing of Bernie Sanders.

Curator, Liz Park, holding up a cardboard Lady Liberty torch by artist Ann Agee.

Presenters, The Dancing Foxes, Karen Kelly and Barbara Schröder, laughing side by side.