Blue binder notebook: [B. Bing, 1959-1998]

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Abstract
Reflections on: Gyorgy Kepes, Dante, psychotherapy, Chinese zodiac, meditation, mindfulness, tai-chi and self-awareness. Provenance includes: Page 2, inside front cover signed "B. Bing"; Page 385, inside back cover signed "B. Bing, 533 Union St., S. F. '59 Fall"; Page 41, dated Nov. 26, 1966, Sat, titled Ira Pr[ofgh?]; Page 265, titled Art DARE Camp, dated Aug 7-14. 90; Page 269, dated 6/18/91, titled Relaxation - Breathing; Page 283, dated 1993, "Extending the 'Chi' "; Page 285, "Exploration: states of consciousness, notes for June 12-13th, 1993 - Workshop at Well Springs"; Page 291, dated 6/11/93, "7:30-Intro..." ; Page 295, dated 6/13/93, "Am, Tai Chi review..."; Page 297, date March 4, 1998, "Mindfulness."

Description

Type of resource mixed material
Form Notebooks
Extent 1 bound volume, 386 pages, 17.15 x 22.86 cm
Date created [ca. 1959 - 1998]
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital

Creators/Contributors

Creator Bing, Bernice, 1936-1998

Subjects

Subject Bing, Bernice, 1936-1998
Subject Kepes, Gyorgy, 1906-2001
Subject Asian American artists
Subject Asian American women artists
Subject Calligraphy, Chinese
Subject Spirituality
Subject Zodiac
Subject Consciousness
Subject Lesbian artists
Subject Chinese American artists
Genre Notebooks
Genre Diaries

Bibliographic information

Note Three-ringed notebook binder with blue cloth on covers containing ruled pages: 2 pages of pen and ink illustrations; printed text consisting of agenda for painting class taught by Bing (Pages 3-4); a poem (page 122); typed excerpts of Sergei Eisenstein, 1957 (Pages 379, 383-384); and 163 pages of handwritten text in English and Chinese calligraphy.
Note Digitized from original by Stanford Libraries.
Source ID sul:M2651_b05_f05
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/kt142bf2551
Location M2651
Repository Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives

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