Conjuring Arts Research Center

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The Conjuring Arts Research Center is a not-for-profit organization that was established in 2003 dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of magic and its allied arts. Currently, It functions primarily as a research library with over 11,000 book and magazine titles, dating back to the 15th century.

It was created in part to encourage in-depth scholarship devoted to the subject of magic, and has evolved into a resource for performers, historians, writers, collectors and producers of television and film projects.

The board of directors include: David Singmaster, David Blaine , Steve Cuiffo, William Kalush (Executive Director) and Philip Varrichio.


It's official journal, Gibecière, is edited by Stephen Minch and published twice per year.

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