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Our congratulations this month are somewhat belated. On 13th of March The Academy of Magical Arts Inc. presented Robert Harbin with their highest award A MASTERS FELLOWSHIP in recognition and appreciation of a lifetime's dedication to magic as a performer, creator and writer.
Although Bob Harbin would not be considered a close-up performer in the magical sense, he has originated many effects suitable for presenting under close up conditions particularly in the field of illusions bringing what in the past would have been considered stage effects on to the cabaret floor. It has been suggested that there are more magicians in the U.S.A. possess a ZIG-ZAG than own a set of linking rings. He has published books on Origami which include many of his own originations. A dip into one of these could provide close-up magicians with an extra string to their bow in the same way children's performers use balloon modelling. His most important magical publication 'The Magic of Robert Harbin' now a collector's item contains many of the best effects of the man whose contributions to magic have in certain aspects never been equalled.
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