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    • 12 Jan 2018
    • 13 Jan 2018
    • Eldridge Bindery, Toronto
    • 5
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    2018WKSP-01

    Leather Workshop

    Instructor: Betsy Palmer Eldridge

    Location: 24 Castle Frank Cres., Toronto (Castle Frank Subway Station)

    Duration: 1 1/2 days, Friday evening, Jan. 12 & Saturday, Jan.13

    Hours:  Fri. 6:30 -9:30 p.m.; Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Course Fee: $145 members / $205 non-members

    Materials Fee: $15.00 payable to instructor

    Prerequisite: BB2 or permission of instructor


    This workshop is a comprehensive introduction to the different types of leather and paring techniques used in bookbinding. This course is designed to be an adjunct to Bookbinding 3 (course 2017WKSP-03 beginning Sunday, Jan 14, at the CBBAG bindery).  It is also a very useful refresher on leather paring for students looking to improve their bench skills.


    Betsy Palmer Eldridge apprenticed as a bookbinder in Hamburg, Germany, studied finishing with Jules Fache in Paris, and worked in conservation with Carolyn Horton and Associates in New York in the 60s. She has had her own Studio in Toronto since 1975, and has taught courses and workshops in bookbinding and conservation since in 1984. She has been active in professional organizations both nationally and internationally.


    • 14 Jan 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 25 Feb 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-02

    Bookbinding 3

    Instructor: Don Taylor

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street, Toronto)

    Duration: 6 days, non-consecutive Sundays Jan 14 & 21, (skip Jan 28), Feb 4, 11, 18, & 25

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Course fee: $630 members/ $690 non-members

    Materials fee: $50 payable to the instructor

    Prerequisite: BB2 or permission of instructor


    This course introduces the advanced techniques used for traditional leather covered, fine binding structures. Participants will make two models, both with sewn headbands, attached boards, and covered in half leather. The first model will be sewn on recessed cords with a hollow tube construction; the second model will be sewn on raised cords with a tight back construction. (This course is complimented by Leather Workshop, the evening of January 12 and all-day, January 13, 2018WKSP-02 , being held at the Eldridge Bindery).


    Don Taylor is a bookbinder and restorer who works and teaches in Toronto. He was trained in bookbinding and design at Sheridan College and the Three Schools of Art and has studied with Betsy Palmer Eldridge. His work is exhibited widely and is represented in public and private collections across Canada. He has taught for CBBAG since 1984. His website is www.dontaylorbookbinder.com


    • 23 Jan 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 20 Feb 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-03

    Bound to be Flat with a Holiday Bow on It

    Instructor: Rose Newlove

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw #102, Toronto)

    Duration: 4 - half days, Tuesdays January 23 & 30, (skip Feb. 6), February 13 & 20

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    Course Fee: $210 members / $270 non-members

    Materials Fee: $30.00 payable to the instructor

    Prerequisite: none


    This workshop will explore simple binding structures that lie flat when open making then suitable for sketchbooks, journals, books that can incorporate inserts. 


    Rose Newlove is a graduate of the Fleming College conservation program and works as a book and paper conservator in Toronto. She has studied bookbinding at CBBAG with Don Taylor and Betsy Palmer Eldridge and at the American Academy of Bookbinding with Don Etherington.


    • 27 Jan 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Eldridge Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-04

    German Bookbinding Techniques

    Instructor: Betsy Palmer Eldridge

    Location: 24 Castle Frank Cres., Toronto (Castle Frank Subway Station)

    Duration: 1 day, Saturday, Jan.27

    Hours: Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Course Fee: $95 members / non-members

    Materials Fee: $15.00 payable to instructor

    Prerequisite: CBBAG Certificate of Completion or permission of the instructor


    This workshop is a senior-level course focusing on German bookbinding techniques as illustrated in the diagrams of the masterwork of German bookbinding, Der Bucheinband, by Fritz Wiese, including headband and sewing techniques.


    Betsy Palmer Eldridge apprenticed as a bookbinder in Hamburg, Germany, studied finishing with Jules Fache in Paris, and worked in conservation with Carolyn Horton and Associates in New York in the 60s. She has had her own Studio in Toronto since 1975, and has taught courses and workshops in bookbinding and conservation since in 1984. She has been active in professional organizations both nationally and internationally.


    • 03 Feb 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
    • 7
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    2018WKSP-05

    Painted Cover Long/Linkstitch Books

    Instructor: Carolyn Eady

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street, Toronto)

    Duration: 1 Day, Saturday, Feb 3

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Course Fee: $95 members / non-members

    Materials Fee: $20 payable to instructor

    Prerequisite: none


    Learn how to hand bind a soft cover book using the Longstitch/Linkstitch technique!  First, students will learn basic paper decorating techniques using acrylic paint and a variety of implements.  Then students will incorporate these papers and bind it all into a book using Longstitch/Linkstitch. Suitable for beginners, everyone will leave with a finished project.

    Notes: Sharp tools are used in this class. And, if you wear glasses to see small details, make sure to bring them!


    Carolyn Eady of Sprouts Press is a bookbinder, printmaker, papermaker, drawer, and painter. Carolyn has a Bachelor of Fine Art from OCAD in Toronto and an Advanced Studies Certificate from studying art abroad In Florence, Italy. Carolyn founded Sprouts Press in 2008 and is regular vendor at the Toronto One of a Kind show. To see Carolyn’s work go to www.sproutspress.com.


    • 17 Feb 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 19 Feb 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Eldridge Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-06

    Limp Vellum Bindings

    Instructor: Betsy Palmer Eldridge

    Location: 24 Castle Frank Cres (Castle Frank Subway Station)

    Duration: 3 days: Sat., Sun. & Mon February 17, 18, & 19

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Fee: $315 for members / $375 for non-members

    Materials fee: $50 payable to the instructor 

    Prerequisite: Bookbinding 1 or permission of instructor


    This three-day workshop will introduce several variations of the limp vellum structure, a very common structure in the 16th and 17th centuries. Participants will make two models, paper and vellum.


    Betsy Palmer Eldridge apprenticed as a bookbinder in Hamburg, Germany, studied finishing with Jules Fache in Paris, and worked in conservation with Carolyn Horton and Associates in New York in the 1960s. She has had her own Studio in Toronto since 1975, and has taught courses and workshops in bookbinding and conservation since 1984. She has been active in professional organizations both nationally and internationally.


    • 16 Mar 2018
    • 18 Mar 2018
    • Eldridge Bindery, Toronto
    • 7
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    2018WKSP-07

    Sixty Sewing Structures

    Instructor: Betsy Palmer Eldridge

    Location: 24 Castle Frank Cres., Toronto (Castle Frank Subway Station)

    Duration: 2 1/2 days, Friday evening, March 16, Sat. & Sun, 17 & 18

    Hours:  Fri. 7:00 -9:30 p.m.; Sat. & Sun 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Course Fee: $290 members / $350 non-members

    Materials Fee: $50.00 payable to instructor

    Prerequisite: CBBAG certificate of completion or equivalent and by permission of instructor.

    Before registering, please apply to CBBAG: workshop@cbbag.ca


    Participants will create a card file of 60 sewing structures as collected in the sewing compendium of techniques from different bookbinding traditions. The structures will be evaluated for their particular strengths and weaknesses, and their suitability for various applications.


    Betsy Palmer Eldridge apprenticed as a bookbinder in Hamburg, Germany, studied finishing with Jules Fache in Paris, and worked in conservation with Carolyn Horton and Associates in New York in the 1960s. She has had her own Studio in Toronto since 1975 and has taught courses and workshops in bookbinding and conservation since 1984. She has been active in professional organizations both nationally and internationally.


    • 17 Mar 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 18 Mar 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
    • 8
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    2018WKSP-08

    More Fun with Madame Pop-up!

    Instructor: Lise Melhorn-Boe

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street, Toronto)

    Duration: 2 days, Saturday-Sunday, March 17-18

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Course fee: $210 members/ $270 non-members

    Materials fee: $10 payable to the instructor

    Prerequisite: None


    Learn how to combine basic pop-up techniques to make more intricate structures. Form solid and sculpted shapes. Create movement on the page using V-folds and hidden straps. Techniques can be used for cards or books. Lise Melhorn-Boe, a.k.a. Madame Pop-up has been making pop-ups, exhibiting them and teaching others the joys of popping-up for many years.


    This workshop is suitable for teens and adults. Teachers are welcome—Madame Pop-up has years of experience in elementary and high school classrooms. Making pop-ups is a cross-curricular activity that can be geared to younger students as well.

    Students should bring the following to supplement the provided tools/materials: glue stick or double-sided tape, scissors for precise paper cutting, and colouring materials (coloured pencils or non-toxic markers).


    Lise Melhorn-Boe has been making and exhibiting books and sculptural bookworks for almost forty years. Her work is in several public and university collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Canada Council Art Bank, Library and Archives Canada, the National Gallery in Ottawa, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She has had solo exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Sudbury, The Timmins Museum Centre, the Art Gallery of Algoma, the Emma Ciotti Gallery (Iroquois Falls), the Art Gallery of Temiskaming (Haileybury), the Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa), the Lake Galleries (Toronto) and the gallery at the University of Toronto's Scarborough Campus, as well as White Water Gallery and W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery in North Bay, and The Window Gallery at The Kingston School of Art and Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, also in Kingston. Visit her website at www.lisemelhornboe.ca for images of her own and students’ work.


    • 25 Mar 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery
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    2018WKSP-09

    Design, Cut, & Print Ex Libris Bookplates

    Instructor: Carolyn Eady

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street, Toronto)

    Duration: 1 Day, Sunday, Mar 25

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Course Fee: $95 members / non-members

    Materials Fee: $25 payable to instructor

    Prerequisite: none


    Learn how to design, create, and print your own Ex Libris bookplate! In this workshop students will learn basic relief printing techniques, using 3" x 3" softoleum blocks and lino cutting tools. Simple designs will be encouraged for beginners. Then students will print their blocks in a small edition of 10, in one colour, creating the perfect adornment for their book collection! Instructions will be given on how to print more bookplates at home, using everyday household tools. Note: Sharp tools are used in this class. And, if you wear glasses to see small details, make sure to bring them!


    Carolyn Eady of Sprouts Press is a bookbinder, printmaker, papermaker, drawer, and painter. Carolyn has a Bachelor of Fine Art from OCAD in Toronto and an Advanced Studies Certificate from studying art abroad In Florence, Italy. Carolyn founded Sprouts Press in 2008 and is regular vendor at the Toronto One of a Kind show. To see Carolyn’s work go to www.sproutspress.com.


    • 07 Apr 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 08 Apr 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
    • 7
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    Marbling Seminar: Session 1

    Marbling with Acrylics

    Seminar Leaders: Regina and Daniel St. John from Chena River Marblers

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street)

    Duration: 2 days, Sat-Sun, April 7-8

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Course fee: $390 members / $450 non-members

    Materials fee: $100 payable on first day of session

    Prerequisite: None


    Please Note – In order to offer this course, there must be at least 5 students enrolled by Wednesday, March 14, 2108.


    Immerse yourself in two days of paper marbling. This step-by-step acrylic paper marbling seminar is ideal for a beginner, but includes many innovations to challenge an experienced marbler. Participants will work on full size professional marbling tanks and learn how to use sets of precision marbling tools as they are introduced to a wide range of traditional and contemporary marbling patterns and techniques. Paint, paper, and marbling bath preparation will be fully discussed and problem-solving strategies considered. Participants will depart with their own leather, edge marbled journal and dozens of marbled papers in a spectacular array of patterns and colors.


    Regina and Daniel St. John established Chena River Marblers, a marbling and bookbinding practice in 1985. They specialize in making beautiful marbled papers, marbled silks and hand bound books for the gift market. Chena River papers are used nationwide by fine bookbinders, are collected by lovers of fine marbled papers, are honored to be part of several major library collections and have been exhibited at the 2002 and 2016 International Marblers Gatherings.


    Now, with 32 years of experience and with their great love of marbling, The St Johns have committed themselves to teaching marbling at the very highest levels. Along with a love of history, the St. Johns bring their well-crafted teaching skills as well as Dan St.John’s excellent understanding of chemistry and physics to all their marbling workshops.


    The St. Johns have a vast experience both with acrylic paints and classical watercolour marbling and are able to offer the highest level of instruction to both those new to marbling as well as to those who come with significant experience. Workshops are given regularly at the Chena River studios in Amherst, Massachusetts; at the John C Campbell Folk School in North Carolina; at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, at Cattail Run Bookbindery in Winchester, Virginia; at Snow Farm in Williamsburg, Massachusetts; at The Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven Connecticut and at North Bennet Street School in Boston, Massachusetts. Their work can be explored at http://chenarivermarblers.com/


    • 10 Apr 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 12 Apr 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
    • 5
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    Marbling Seminar: Session 2

    Watercolour Paper Marbling

    Seminar Leaders: Regina and Daniel St. John from Chena River Marblers

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street)

    Duration: 3 days, Tues-Thurs, April 10-12

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Course fee: $585 members / $645 non-members

    Materials fee: $125 payable on first day of session

    Prerequisite: None


    Please Note – In order to offer this course, there must be at least 5 students enrolled by Wednesday, March 14, 2108.


    In this Classic Watercolour marbling seminar participants will learn how to make the most authentic and popular paper marbling patterns of the early 19th Century; Shell, Stormont, Glouster, Tiger Eye, Spanish and Italian Vein. Using techniques developed by the best marblers of the time, participants will learn the long-forgotten method of making their own marbling paints embedded with a beeswax paste. Papers marbled with these paints will be burnished to a fine smooth, glossy finish reminiscent of the best of the marbled papers of the time.


    Participants will systematically learn how to make their own marbling paints and to carefully manage the paint additives used to create each of these classic patterns. New eye-popping, artistic possibilities will be discovered as students apply these 19th century techniques to 21st century materials.


    Regina and Daniel St. John established Chena River Marblers, a marbling and bookbinding practice in 1985. They specialize in making beautiful marbled papers, marbled silks and hand bound books for the gift market. Chena River papers are used nationwide by fine bookbinders, are collected by lovers of fine marbled papers, are honored to be part of several major library collections and have been exhibited at the 2002 and 2016 International Marblers Gatherings.


    Now, with 32 years of experience and with their great love of marbling, The St Johns have committed themselves to teaching marbling at the very highest levels. Along with a love of history, the St. Johns bring their well-crafted teaching skills as well as Dan St.John’s excellent understanding of chemistry and physics to all their marbling workshops.


    The St. Johns have a vast experience both with acrylic paints and classical watercolour marbling and are able to offer the highest level of instruction to both those new to marbling as well as to those who come with significant experience. Workshops are given regularly at the Chena River studios in Amherst, Massachusetts; at the John C Campbell Folk School in North Carolina; at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, at Cattail Run Bookbindery in Winchester, Virginia; at Snow Farm in Williamsburg, Massachusetts; at The Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven Connecticut and at North Bennet Street School in Boston, Massachusetts. Their work can be explored at http://chenarivermarblers.com/


    • 16 Apr 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 21 Apr 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Eldridge Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-12

    Finishing
    Instructor: Betsy Palmer Eldridge
    Location: 24 Castle Frank Cres.

    Duration: 6 days, Monday, April 16 – Saturday, April 21, 2018

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Course Fee: $690 members / $750 non-members
    Materials Fee: $50.00 payable to the instructor
    Prerequisite: BB3 or permission of instructor
    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 5 students


    This six-day course core curriculum will introduce the basic concepts and techniques used in decorating leather-bound books. The course will cover: blind and gold tooling; titling; several methods of inlay and onlay; historical decorative tools; and typical elements of design. Participants will try their hand at various techniques using an assortment of different leathers.


    Betsy Palmer Eldridge apprenticed as a bookbinder in Hamburg, Germany, studied finishing with Jules Fache in Paris, and worked in conservation with Carolyn Horton and Associates in New York in the 1960s. She has had her own Studio in Toronto since 1975 and has taught courses and workshops in bookbinding and conservation since 1984. She has been active in professional organizations both nationally and internationally.


    • 12 May 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 13 May 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-13

    Contemporary Decorative Techniques for Leather

    Instructor: Kaitlin Barber

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street)

    Duration: 2 days, Sat-Sun, May 12-13

    Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Course fee: $210 members/ $270 non-members

    Materials fee: $35 payable to the instructor

    Prerequisite: None


    This course explores different techniques for contemporary leather decoration created by Mark Cockram of Studio 5 in London. These include Cold Gold Tooling (impressing gold into leather), Tesseri (leather tiles) and Sunago (gold flakes). Participants will create three leather plaquettes, learning design techniques that can be incorporated into bookbinding, book arts and leather craft.


    Kaitlin Barber is a graduate of the two-year bookbinding program at the North Bennet Street School in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2016, she traveled to London to study contemporary design binding at Studio 5 with internationally recognized and exhibited Mark Cockram. She is a four-time award winner in the International and UK Designer Bookbinder competitions. Studying with Mark has opened Kaitlin’s eyes to the immense variety of ways in which colour, texture, and materials can be used to achieve flow throughout the work, creating a rich experience that is both visual and tactile.


    • 29 May 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 03 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
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    2018WKSP-14

    Bookbinding 2 Intensive

    Instructor: Rose Newlove

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw St)

    Duration: 6 days Tuesday, May 29 – Saturday, June 3

    Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Course fee: $630 members/$690 non-members

    Materials fee: $30 payable to the Instructor

    Prerequisite: BB1, or permission of the instructor


    This six-day course introduces intermediate techniques, such as rounding and backing and sewn end bands, necessary for traditional binding structures. Participants will sew two models, completing one as a German case binding and the other as either a Bradel or split board binding.


    Rose Newlove is a graduate of the Fleming College conservation program and works as a book and paper conservator in Toronto. She has studied bookbinding at CBBAG with Don Taylor and Betsy Palmer Eldridge and at the American Academy of Bookbinding with Don Etherington.


    • 11 Jun 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 16 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CBBAG Bindery, Toronto
    • 8
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    2018WKSP-15

    Bookbinding 1 Intensive

    Instructor: Barb Helander

    Location: CBBAG Bindery (180 Shaw Street)

    Duration: 6 days Monday-Saturday, June 11-16

    Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Course fee: $630 members/ $690 non-members

    Materials fee: $30 payable to the instructor

    Prerequisite: None


    This six-day course introduces the variety of tools, materials, sewings and constructions fundamental to hand bookbinding. The course will start with the making of a simple pamphlet and proceed to the binding of two hard cover books. This class prepares participants to explore bookbinding on their own or continue with more advanced studies.


    Barbara Helander holds two degrees (B.Ed., M.Sc.) and her major in both was Clothing & Textiles. Her professional career was spent in apparel manufacturing where she worked in a variety of capacities ranging from product development to quality assurance. She currently acts as a textile consultant and also teaches textiles at Seneca College. In her spare time, Barbara runs a small keepsake business that includes creating one-of-a-kind books. Barb has worked her way through the core CBBAG courses and was pleased to earn her certificate in the spring of 2010.


Past events

09 Dec 2017 2017WKSP-35 Celebrate the Season: Creating Festive Sculptural Objects
02 Nov 2017 2017WKSP-32 Portfolios
28 Oct 2017 2017WKSP-31 Bookbinding 2 Intensive
15 Oct 2017 2017WKSP-30 Tunnel Book: Play with Geometry or go Freehand
21 Aug 2017 2017WKSP-25 - Bookbinding I Intensive
05 Jun 2017 2017WKSP-14 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
03 Jun 2017 2017WKSP-13 The Artful PopUp: Platforms and Sculptures
03 May 2017 2017WKSP-12 Bound to be Flat
27 Apr 2017 2017WKSP-20 Japanese Bindings, The Ignored
13 Apr 2017 2017WKSP-24 Books with Moving Parts
30 Mar 2017 2017WKSP-19 Single And Still Bound
25 Mar 2017 2017WKSP-10 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
09 Mar 2017 2017WKSP-22 Treasures from the Fisher Collection
25 Feb 2017 2017WKSP-07 Cartonnage: Photo Box
18 Feb 2017 Opening the Box: CBBAG's artists' book collections
16 Feb 2017 2017WKSP-18 Flexagons: Inside & Out
05 Feb 2017 2017WKSP-05 Bookbinding 2
29 Jan 2017 2017WKSP-03 Rough and Tough
21 Jan 2017 2017WKSP-01 Deconstructed & Reclaimed: From discard to journal
19 Jan 2017 2017WKSP-17: Artist Books at the Fisher Library
26 Nov 2016 2016WKSP-29 Printmaking: Drypoint & Monoprint
12 Nov 2016 2016WKSP-28 Chinese Thread Book
22 Oct 2016 2016WKSP-26 Getting Wrapped Up In CSBs
26 Sep 2016 2016WKSP-22 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
25 Sep 2016 2016WKSP-21 Three Endband Variations
18 Sep 2016 2016WKSP-31 Deconstructed & Reclaimed: from discard to journal
10 Sep 2016 2016WKSP-18 The Artful Pop-Up: A 5-Page Accordion Book
27 Aug 2016 2016WKSP-17 Deconstructed & Reclaimed: from discard to journal
15 Aug 2016 2016WKSP-16 Bookbinding 3 Intensive
12 Aug 2016 2016WKSP-23 Leather Workshop
06 Aug 2016 2016WKSP-14 Boxed Set: Artists Books that tell Small Tall Tales
23 Jun 2016 2016WKSP-15 Crown Binding Book
06 Jun 2016 2016WKSP-12 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
28 May 2016 2016WKSP-11 "A Weekend in Japan"
09 May 2016 2016WKSP-10 Bookbinding 2 Intensive
15 Apr 2016 2016WKSP-13 Preservation Enclosures Part 2
03 Apr 2016 2016WKSP-09 Bookbinding 2
19 Mar 2016 2016WKSP-07 Spine and Cover Titling with the Kwikprint
05 Mar 2016 2016WKSP-05 Rhythm in the Visual Book: A Two-Day Workshop
21 Feb 2016 2016WKSP-03 Creative Coptic Bookbinding Workshop
19 Feb 2016 2016WKSP-04 Restoration & Repair: Cloth Case & Leather Bindings
30 Jan 2016 2016WKSP-02 Long & Link Stitch Books
15 Jan 2016 2016WKSP-01 Bookbinding 1
04 Dec 2015 2015WKSP-40 Preservation Enclosures
28 Nov 2015 2015WKSP-39 Deluxe “Moleskine” Style Journal for the Fountain Pen Set
21 Nov 2015 2015WKSP-38 Historical Bindings Don’t Die
26 Oct 2015 2015WKSP-34 Bookbinding 2 Intensive
24 Oct 2015 2015WKSP-33 Basic Popups: A Two-Day Workshop
27 Sep 2015 2015WKSP-27 Endband Variations
26 Sep 2015 2015WKSP-26 Relief Printmaking by Hand
26 Sep 2015 2015WKSP-25 Papermaking for Book Artists
20 Sep 2015 2015WKSP-24 Edge Treatments
13 Sep 2015 2015WKSP-31 Introduction to Woodblock Printing
10 Aug 2015 2015WKSP-23 Bookbinding 1
27 Jun 2015 2015WKSP-22 Printmaking: Drypoint & Monoprint
20 Jun 2015 GTA Open Bindery Day for UFOs (Unfinished Objects)
13 Jun 2015 2014WKSP-19 - Painted Hand Bound Journal
12 Jun 2015 2015WKSP-20 Paper Treatments for Binders
01 Jun 2015 2015WKSP-18 - Bookbinding 1 Intensive
31 May 2015 2015WKSP-17 - File Organizer: Cartonnage Techniques
23 May 2015 2015WKSP-16 - Chinese Thread Book
09 May 2015 2015WKSP-15 - Altered Books
02 May 2015 2015WKSP-14 - Heavyweight Boxing
02 May 2015 2015WKSP-21 Limp Leather Journal
01 May 2015 2015WKSP-13 - Lightweight Boxing
26 Apr 2015 2015WKSP-12 - Title: In the Beginning – Coptic Bookbinding from the 4th - 7th Century
20 Apr 2015 2015WKSP-11 - Bookbinding II Intensive
11 Apr 2015 2015WKSP-10 - Japanese Stab Binding
28 Mar 2015 2015WKSP-9 - Etching Basics
21 Mar 2015 2015WKSP-8 - Secret Belgian Binding
14 Mar 2015 GTA Open Bindery Day for UFOs (Unfinished Objects)
08 Mar 2015 2015WKSP-7 - Desk Organizer - Cartonnage Techniques
28 Feb 2015 2015WKSP-6 - French Endbands
21 Feb 2015 2015WKSP-5 - Long & Link Stitch Binding
03 Feb 2015 2015WKSP-4 - Paper Case Bindings
11 Jan 2015 2015WKSP-3 - Bookbinding III
10 Jan 2015 2015WKSP-2 - Bookbinding 1
09 Jan 2015 2015WKSP-1 Leather Workshop
07 Dec 2014 2014WKSP-34 Handmade Gifts
06 Dec 2014 2014WKSP-33 Introduction to Woodblock Printing
22 Nov 2014 2014WKSP-32 Coptic Bindings
15 Nov 2014 2014WKSP-31 Letterpress Printing at Massey
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