Talley, Charles
October 1993
Surface Design Journal;Fall93, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p2
Trade Publication
The author expresses gratitude for the person who contributed essays of textile and art design for Betty Park Awards. He mentions that the awards aims to encourage and support quality critical writing for textile art and design. He also reveals that he will be resigning as editor of the "Surface Design Journal" and will be replaced by Patricia Malarcher.


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