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DATE Mon, July 19th

TIME 5:00 pm–8:00 pm EST

COST $75

REGISTRATION DEADLINE Mon, July 5th

Masu Boxes and Storage Books
Taught by Amanda D'Amico

*Virtual Workshop*

The Masu Box, or “measurement box,” is a simple origami structure made of paper. This square box can be used to wrap gifts or store objects, but it can also be adapted with simple bookbinding techniques to make sculptural book objects. During this virtual workshop, you will begin with a box and a lid, and then play with these paper elements to create books that can house images or small objects and be explored by hand.

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Amanda D'Amico is a book artist working under the imprint Tiny Revolutionary Press in Philadelphia, PA. She teaches at the University of the Arts, and Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and has taught workshops many places including the MN Center for Book Arts, Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center, and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. D'Amico received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts. Her work has been collected and exhibited nationally.

www.tinyrevolutionarypress.com

Supply List 

Students are responsible for the following supplies 

  • TEXT WEIGHT PAPER:

    • 2 - 8.5" square sheets text weight paper

    • 3 - 8" square sheets text weight paper

    • 4 - 2.75" x 2.75" sheets misc. paper for inserts

    • 6 - 5.5” x 5.5” square sheets for sculptural book

    • Suggested Paper: Astrobrights 24lb Variety Packs available on Amazon or at Target

  • COVER WEIGHT PAPER:

    • 2 - 3” x 6” sheets cover weight paper, grain short

    • 1 - 3” x 8" sheet cover weight paper, grain short

    • Suggested Paper: Any cardstock paper from an office supply or craft store, including scrapbooking papers.

  • TOOLS:

    • Bone folder

    • Cutting mat

    • Ruler

    • Pencil

    • X-Acto or Scissors

Materials with an asterisk (*) next to them are sold in our store.