Edible Book Festival

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2018 Best in Show

About the Festival

Create edible art that looks like a book or is inspired by it!

Participation open to students, departments and clubs!

$25 gift cards for student winners! Certificates (and bragging rights) for winning clubs and departments!

RSVP:  Val Macias, vmacias@fullcoll.edu, (714) 992-7381

Tuesday,

April 3, 2018

from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Details

Create edible works of art that: look like books, are inspired by books or have content from books. Participants are limited only by their imagination!

Who:

Students, divisions, departments and clubs are encouraged to participate.

When:

Tuesday, April 3, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Set-up:

10 – 11 a.m.

Browsing and photography:

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Judging:

1 – 2 p.m.

Where:

Library lobby, 1st Floor

How:

Please RSVP to Val Macias, librarian at vmacias@fullcoll.edu by Thursday, March 22, 2018. Submit your name (or department, club or division if applicable) and title of book.

Why:

The FC Library Edible Book Festival is modeled after the first International Edible Book Festival founded by librarian Judith Hoffberg and author-artist Beatrice Coron in 2000 as a way to “unite bibliophiles, book artists and food lovers to celebrate the ingestion of culture and its fulfilling nourishment.” Libraries worldwide celebrate books at this fun springtime festival. For more details, visit the official IEBF website
at http://www.books2eat.beatricecoron.com/index.html
Winners will be selected for the following award categories:

  • Most creative
  • Student best – exclusive to students
  • Healthiest
  • Weirdest
  • Most minimalistic

Student winners will receive a $25 gift certificate good at various retail stores. Departments and clubs that win will get a premium-quality frameable achievement certificate to potentially display in their common areas (along with bragging rights).

Questions?

Contact librarian Val Macias at vmacias@fullcoll.edu

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Edible Book Festival

Create edible art that looks like a book or is inspired by it!

Participation open to students, departments and clubs!

$25 gift cards for student winners! Certificates (and bragging rights) for winning clubs and departments!

RSVP:  Val Macias, vmacias@fullcoll.edu, (714) 992-7381

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Students - come cultivate the habit of reading for leisure, learn more about different genres, and practice talking in front of a small group in an informal environment.

Each participant receives a free copy of the book as well as free snacks during the discussions.   

Questions? Contact Jane Ishibashi, JIshibashi@fullcoll.edu or Deidre Hughes, dhughes@fullcoll.edu.

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Do you want to try reading books in Spanish? Does speaking your mind in Spanish feel good? Want to have discussion with like-minded people in Spanish? Want to discuss ideas—in Spanish? Then this group is for you! Come to our information meeting and see what we have in store.

Questions? Contact Valentin Macias, vmacias@fullcoll.edu