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Bookbinding, Part II Workshop
Bookbinding, Part II Workshop

Sat, Mar 16

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Morgan Conservatory

Bookbinding, Part II Workshop

Building on skills learned in Intro to Bookbinding, Part I, participants will delve more deeply into the trade's history, terminology, and tools. Registration deadline: 3/9/24

Date + Time

Mar 16, 2024, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Morgan Conservatory, 1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA

About

Building on skills learned in Intro to Bookbinding, Part I, participants will delve more deeply into the trade's history, terminology, and tools. By focusing on more complex forms (Archival Long Stitch, sewing onto cords, and long stitch-kettle stitch), participants will gain hands-on experience with tools such as the sewing cradle, PVA/wheat paste, and nipping press. Participants will then make personalized bound journals using the form/stitch of their choice. No prior experience required! Registration deadline: 3/9/24

Student Supply List: - cutting mat - x-acto blade - notebook - pencil - decorative paper (optional)

Instructor Bio: R.E. Anderson (Lysa) graduated from Kent State University with a BA in Art History and a concentration in Visual Communication Design. Beyond expanding her knowledge in Bookbinding and Letterpress, her goal in her current position at The Morgan Conservatory as the Workshop Coordinator is to expand the workshops offered and workshop accessibility for the community/communities at large. She runs a small freelance business, Goldfinch & Honeybee Design, in her spare time. www.goldfinchhoneybee.net

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