October 2000
Surface Design Journal;Fall2000, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p2
Trade Publication
Correction notice
Several corrections to articles published in the Spring 2000 issue is presented, including the misspelling of the names of Zsuzsi Dahlquist and Helena Hernmach and the incorrect statement about Kansas City Art Institution which offers a non-degree granting program.


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