August 30, 2011

CCLaP After Dark 08: The Printers Ball

It's Monday Tuesday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today, it's episode 8 of a new video series here at the center, "CCLaP After Dark," short recaps of various live literary events happening all over the Chicago area this summer and fall. Today's episode was shot at the 2011 edition of the Printers Ball, a massive celebration of print media jointly sponsored by such groups as Columbia College, the Poetry Foundation and more, in which over three floors of a skyscraper tens of thousands of free books and magazines are distributed to the general public, along with activities both for kids (like face-painting and storytelling) and adults (like free liquor and live bands). Those who subscribe through iTunes should automatically receive the standard-def version, while those watching through YouTube can choose between that and the larger hi-def (720p) version; or you can directly download either version using the links at the bottom of this entry.

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 10:33 AM, August 30, 2011. Filed under: Arts news | CCLaP Podcast | Chicago news | Events | Literature | Profiles |