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News of October, 1998

October 5, 1998
Sound equipment

NYSS member Jim Harp has offered the long-term loan of sound equipment for meetings. The kit includes microphones, speakers, amplifier and mixing board. This will alleviate a major headache and expense. We hope to have everything in place for the October 23 meeting so no one will miss a single 3D sound bite.

Silver Screen for NYSS

Former New York stereo artist Joy Aubrey has graciously delivered to us a 6x9 fold-fast silver screen. Joy is known to many of you for her 1980’s touring production, "The 3D Show." We’re cleaning and testing the screen this week.

Stereo Fiesta

On September 18, Tom Deering organized a dinner for stereoactive New Yorkers. It was so much fun that he’s planning to do it again on Friday, October 30 at the same place, La Cocina Restaurant, 217 West 85th Street. All NYSS members are welcome for casual socializing and stereo viewing.

3D at OCCC

NYSS member Stuart Stiles is organizing the third annual 3D festival at Orange County Community College on November 18. The all-day exhibition and workshops feature student projects and two 3D slide presentations by Jon Golden in the Orange Hall Theater at 2pm and 7pm. Many of you saw Professor Stiles’ impressive publication Saratoga Springs at our Summer meeting. For more information email sstiles@mail.sunyorange.edu, or phone (914) 341-4366.

Stereo Art in Brooklyn

NYSS member Pat Courtney will show her Viewmaster and lenticular art in a group show called OFFBEAT – Humor in Life and Art at the eyewash gallery, 143 North Seventh Street, Third Floor, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (Bedford Stop on the L train). The show runs October 18-November 22, hours 1-6 Saturday and Sunday and by appointment. For more information call 718-387-2714.

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