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    • 03 Oct 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Online using Zoom
    • 4
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    2021WKSP-09

    The Road Book

    Instructor: Stephanie Wolff

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Date: Sunday, October 3, 2021

    Hours: 1 pm – 5 pm Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $105 members / $165 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: none - but see note

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 15 Students


    Presented by: GTA Chapter


    Registration closes: Monday, Sept 27, 2021, 11:59 PM


    This is a live workshop, but it will be recorded and available for the registrants to view until October 25, 2021.


    This workshop covers an historical book structure useful for maps, prints, or other material, inspired by an example the instructor observed while working as a book conservator.


    The Road Book (the title of this 1904 New England road atlas) is a pamphlet bound single-signature structure, but the configuration and attachment of the pages allows for clear double-page spreads.

    A simple (and perhaps obvious) idea once learned, it’s a useful structure.


    We will talk about a few adaptations, materials, and share our ideas for its use. Our model will be softcover, but easily adapted to a hardcover version.


    NOTE: Participants should have solid basic bookbinding skills to get the most out of the workshop.

    Tools Required:

    Bone folder

    Bookbinding needle

    Scissors

    Awl

    Ruler, metal (12” fine)

    X-Acto knife and sharp blades

    Self-healing cutting mat

    Glue brush - .25” or .5”

    Small container of water for glue brush

    Wastepaper for gluing, including some 1.5” strips, 9-10” long (about 10)

    A small weight

    Pencil

    2 binder’s / butterfly clips

    Right triangle

    A 1-2” wide x 12” long piece of brass bar stock or a piece of binder’s board or cardboard the same size (for a jig)

    Optional:

    2” x 12” Westcott/C-thru or another brand of gridded ruler

    Colored pencils, markers, fine black pen (optional, for drawing designs on the maps as desired)


    Materials Required:

    Thread:

    24" / 61 cm of linen bookbinding thread (#18 best) or perle cotton #8 or #5 thread

    Adhesives:

    Glue stick

    Glue, small amount needed (PVA, Sobo or Elmer’s will do for the workshop)

    Paper:

    All paper should have paper grain parallel to the height of the paper. No need to use expensive papers for the workshop model.

    Six (6) maps, each 8.5 high x 11” wide (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm)

    Photocopies on 80 lb. or other heavier text weight or on cardstock paper or drawn/painted on watercolor or printmaking paper. You can use printed maps also, but best not to have folds already in the maps. All these maps should be in “landscape” orientation. If you prefer to use prints or plain paper, that’s fine too. Weight of the paper can vary, the thicker the paper of the maps, the heavier/thicker your book will be.

    One (1) strip 8.5 high x 19-25" wide (21.59 cm x 63.5 cm) heavy paper for a cover.

    If the paper is a bit less wide, that would be okay for your model. Some options that could be used: 90-140 lb. watercolor paper, any paper heavy enough for a paper case (like St. Armand Colours paper 250gsm/140lb., or papers from your favorite papermaker), or an 80-100 lb. cover weight paper. It needs to be able to fold well without a lot of cracking.

    One (1) piece of Japanese tissue, 9" high x 4-6” (22.86 cm x 15.24 cm) wide (we will cut into .75” / 19.05 mm wide strips)

    Okawara, or medium weight mulberry or kozo. OR you can substitute if you must: medium weight drawing or text paper 50-70 lb. or Tyvek might work also. Nothing really lightweight, as we will be sewing through the paper.

    One (1) small strip of Tyvek for a spine reinforcement 9” high x 1” wide (22.86 cm x 2.54 cm) OR the same size scrap of cover paper.


    Online Workshop Process:

    The instructor will be in contact prior to the workshop to share the meeting link and

     any additional required directions. Materials should be prepared in advance of the workshop to the specifications which will allow participants to take the best advantage of the live format. Please review the technical requirements on the workshop registration page prior to registration to be sure you can participate. Questions should be directed to workshop@cbbag.ca


    Technical requirements for participation:

    ·       Access to the internet and to the Zoom application

    ·       Screen large enough to follow instructor’s video feed (cell phone is not ideal)

    ·       Microphone or Headset / Webcam

    ·       How to join a zoom meeting information https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193


    Stephanie Wolff works with paper, text, textile, and the book form, often on themes of weather, science, history, and rural life. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S. and Germany and is in many collections, public and private. She has been awarded a creative research fellowship from the American Antiquarian Society and was Artist-in-Residence at the Jaffe Center for Book Arts. Stephanie’s years as a book conservator provided her with knowledge in the history, construction, and repair of a wide range of library materials. She enjoys teaching to share her knowledge from bookbinding, conservation, and fine arts. @stephaniewolffstudio or  www.stephaniewolffstudio.com


    • 24 Oct 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Online via Zoom
    • 12
    Register

    Sewn Boards Binding with Sewn-In Wrapper

    Instructor: Karen Hanmer

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Date: Sunday, October 24, 2021

    Hours: 1 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $105 members / $165 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: Intermediate Level Binders (Bookbinding 1 is strongly recommended) or permission of the registrar

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 15 Students


    Presented by: GTA Chapter


    Registration closes: Weds Oct 20, 2021, 11:59 PM


    This is a live workshop, but it will be recorded and available for the registrants to view until November 15, 2021.


    This variation on the Sewn Boards Binding is based on a model by Gary Frost in the University of Iowa Library. Before sewing, a long strip of card is hinged around the one of the card folios that start and end the book. The stub faces out.

    After sewing, the card strip is folded around the fore edge of the card folio it is hinged around, across the spine of the book, folded again at the fore edge of the second card folio, and rests inside that folio. A spine lining provides support.


    The structure provides quick, low-adhesive protection for a text that cannot wait for a more formal binding. The wrapper can unfold as a wide panorama, presenting book arts possibilities.


    This workshop is appropriate for intermediate binders, novices who are ready for a fast-paced workout, and anyone who wants to add more paper cases to their repertoire.


    Tools Required:

    Bone or teflon folder 

    Self-healing cutting mat, 9x12” is adequate

    Metal ruler or straightedge, 12” is adequate                      

    X- acto, scalpel or olfa knife and a few extra blades    

    Scissors            

    Awl

    Beeswax for sewing

    Bookbinding needle (I like the #18 John James bookbinding needle)

    Small glue brush

    Gluing up boards: two scrap book board the height of the text block and a little narrower, one of the long edges of both covered in clear packing tape to protect your textblock from getting glue on it.

    Dividers, an inexpensive set from Talas item #TTB033004 OR “paper rulers” strips of 1/2” wide to use for quick measuring when ruler is awkward or unnecessary

    Optional:

    Microspatula, Talas #TTB002001 or similar

    Square with base, Talas #TTB041001, or some device to keep text block and boards square

    Punching cradle, instructions to make one are here

    Materials Required:

    Participants must have their textblock prepared to the size specification below for sewing (folded & pressed) prior to the workshop.

    Thread:

    25/3 Linen thread

    Adhesives:

    PVA

    Paper:

    Text-weight paper – 32 sheets, folded into 8 sections of 4 folios each

                   Flat size 6.25 x 8.5” / 15.875 cm x 21.59 cm

    folded size 6.25 x 4.25" / 15.875 cm x 10.795 cm

    Cards for outer folios - 2 pieces

                   10 or 20 pt folder stock or bristol,

                   Flat size 6.25 x 8.5” / 15.875 cm x 21.59 cm

    Wrapper – 1 piece

                   10 or 20 pt folder stock

    Flat size 6.25” x 19” / 15.875 cm x 48.26 cm

    Spine Lining – 1 piece

    Arches text or heavy tissue

    6.5’ x 1” / 16.51 cm x 2.54 cm

    Cardstock to use as a template for punching sections – 1 piece

    6.25 x 3” / 15.875 cm x 7.62 cm

    Online Workshop Process:

    The CBBAG registrar will be in contact prior to the workshop to share the meeting link and any additional required directions. Materials should be prepared in advance of the workshop to the specifications which will allow participants to take the best advantage of the live format. Please review the technical requirements on the workshop registration page prior to registration to be sure you can participate. Questions should be directed to workshop@cbbag.ca


    Technical requirements for participation:

    ·       Access to the internet and to the Zoom application

    ·       Screen large enough to follow instructor’s video feed (cell phone is not ideal)

    ·       Microphone or Headset / Webcam

    ·       How to join a zoom meeting information https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193


    Karen Hanmer's artist-made books are physical manifestations of personal essays intertwining history, culture, politics, science, and technology. She utilizes both traditional and contemporary book structures, and the work is often playful in content or format. Hanmer's work is included in collections ranging from The British Library and the Library of Congress to Stanford University, Graceland, and University of Alberta. She offers workshops and private instruction focusing on a solid foundation in traditional binding skills.


    • 01 Nov 2021
    • Online using Zoom and Thinkific
    • 1
    Register

    Bookbinding 1: Home Study - Guided Stream

    Mentor:  Barbara Helander

    Location: ONLINE using the Thinkific platform and Zoom

    Online workshop access starts: Monday, Nov 1, 2021

    Duration: 8 months – to June 2022

    Course fee: $630 members / $690 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: none

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 10 students


    Registration closes Sept 27, 2021, 11:59 PM


    Prior to registration, all interested participants must read this pdf which details the guidelines and expectations of the Guided Stream of the Home Study Programme. Registration for the workshop functions a formal agreement to these guidelines, whether or not they have been read.


    Bookbinding 1 is the first workshop in CBBAG’s core curriculum and introduces the variety of tools, materials, sewings, and constructions fundamental to hand bookbinding.

    Using the Thinkific online teaching platform, the workshop is a series of lecture-style videos, direct demonstration videos, and how-to pdfs housed into modules. The workshop will start with the making of a simple pamphlet and proceed to the binding of two hard cover books.


    Using an online platform allows for Mentors to have direct interaction with participants and allows participants to connect and support each other by encouraging discussion, questions and sharing of ideas. 


    CBBAG will be providing a project materials kit to registrants as part of the workshop fee (postage will be extra). Kits will be shipped from Ontario starting in late Sept or early October, 2021.


    The Guided Stream has always required participants to submit their completed projects by postal mail to their Mentor and this online environment will now allow for better feedback with live Zoom meetings to review submissions and for the whole group to learn together, mimicking the in-person workshop more closely. In total, participants will work through more than a dozen individual projects, with 3 sets of submissions spanning 8 months with new modules opening up every 7-8 weeks.


    The online, 24/7 delivery of the workshop is designed for an independent type of learner who needs a flexible schedule for learning and is unlikely to be able to attend an in-person workshop.


    Successful completion of Bookbinding 1 in the Guided Stream qualifies participants to take in-person workshops that require Bookbinding 1 as a prerequisite.


    Barbara Helander holds two degrees (B.Ed., M.Sc.) and her major in both was Clothing & Textiles. Her professional career spanned over 35 years where she worked not only in apparel manufacturing but also as a professor of textiles at Seneca College.  Over the years, Barbara has been nurturing a small keepsake business that involved the creation of one-of-a-kind books; but now that she has formally retired, she can finally take bookbinding and the book arts off the back burner!  Barb has worked her way through the core CBBAG courses and was pleased to earn her certificate in the spring of 2010.  Barbara is one of the core curriculum instructors for CBBAG - she teaches BB1 which is the introduction to the fundamentals of the craft.  She is also a mentor for CBBAG Home Study.  


    • 06 Nov 2021
    • 10:00 AM
    • 20 Nov 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • ONLINE using MS TEAMS
    • 6
    Register

    2020WKSP-11

    Islamic Binding

    Instructor: Stu Hill

    Location: ONLINE using MS TEAMS

    Date: 3 Saturdays, Nov 6, Nov 13, & Nov 20, 2021

    Hours: 10 AM - 5 PM Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $315 members / $375 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: Intermediate Level Binders or permission of the instructor.  Experience with leather preparation is critical (e.g., Paring).


    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 6 Students


    Presented by: GTA Chapter


    Registration closes: Mon, Oct 25, 2021, 11:59 PM


    Please note this is a live workshop and will NOT be recorded.


    Often overlooked, the Islamic binding is a structure that has existed in its simple form for centuries, from the early 11th century into recent history. During this time, in other parts of the world, bindings were constantly evolving as improvements were required because of small failures.   The Islamic unchanged form is a testament for a structure that functioned from day one and followed the spread of Islam around the world. 


    In Session 1, you will be introduced to the Islamic Binding, it’s history and form.  During this session you will assemble the text block and learn about the multiple sewing patterns.

    The head bands are not only functional but highly decorative.  Session 2 will be spent practising and then applying headbands to your text block.


    The Islamic Binding is an early form of case binding.  During the last session, the covers are assembled using leather elements and decorative paper.  Finally, the text block and covers come together for your very own luxurious Islamic book form.


    Each day of the workshop will be structured into three sessions. There will be some work that will need to be done outside of the workshop hours. All of the times below are Eastern time.

    ·       The A session will be three hours from 9-12.

    ·       The B session will be two hours from 12-2. It will serve as a lunch break, time in which the instructor can offer individual help, and individual work time to prepare for session C.

    ·       The C Session will be 2 hours from 2-4 PM.


    Supplied Materials:

    Participants will be provided with the leather for the cover, the linen spine strip, and the leather for the headband base courtesy of George Hill & Co. Shipping will also be provided courtesy of George Hill & Co.


    Participant Sourced Materials:

    Quality paper for text block – approx. 20mm wide x 16mm high – 60 sheets

    Thin linen thread (30/3 would be ideal)

    Thick Coloured Thread (at least 2 colours, non-silk is good to practice, silk or other types will be fine for final headband sewing)

    Decorative paper (outer cover)

    Artist quality paper (inner cover)

    Cover board (100pt (0.10”) or thinner)

    Bristol board

    Wax Paper

    Prepared starch paste (required for 1st and 3rd day)


    Tools Required:

    Bone folder

    Long Needle – sharp

    Awl

    Scissors

    Paste Brush & Paste

    Mat knife & Cutting Mat

    Ruler/Straight Edge

    Square

    Divider (optional)

    Leather Paring Knife

     

    Stuart Hill has studied bookbinding under the guidance of Betsy Palmer Eldridge, Don Taylor, Dan Mezza, Karin Scheper, and Rose Newlove. With a background in engineering and architecture, his keen interest is in the discovery of book structures. Please visit Stuart’s website: www.georgehillco.com.


    ONLINE WORKSHOP PROCESS: 

    The instructor will be in contact prior to the workshop to share the meeting link and any required directions about materials preparation. Materials should be prepared in advance of the workshop which will allow participants to take the best advantage of the live format. Please note this is a live workshop and is not recorded.


    Technical requirements for participation:

    • Access to the internet and to MS Teams (through a browser or application)
    • Screen large enough to follow instructor’s video feed (cell phone is not ideal)
    • Microphone or Headset / Webcam
    • Supported browsers – Microsoft Teams currently supports Microsoft Edge, RS2 or later, and Chrome (version 72 or later). Firefox and Safari are not recommended. If your available browser is not compatible, please go the download page for Microsoft Teams and there is a desktop and tablet client (app) for Mac, Android, and Windows. You do not need a Microsoft 365 account to be a guest at a Teams meeting. 

    Participant-requested cancellations will be accepted up to 3 days prior to the published cut-off date for registration and will be subject to a 10% cancellation fee (a minimum of $5). After that, the full fee will be forfeited. In the event of the workshop being cancelled by CBBAG, the workshop fee will be fully refunded. Membership fees included in the non-member fee above are not refundable.


    • 14 Nov 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Online using Zoom
    • 7
    Register

    2021WKSP-12

    Decorative Spine Stitching

    Instructor: Marilyn Book

    Location: Zoom Online

    Date: Sunday, November 14, 2021

    Hours: 1 pm-4 pm Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $45 members / $105 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: None

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 8 students


    Presented by: Southwestern Ontario Chapter


    Registration closes: Mon, Nov 8, 11:59 PM


     Please note this is a live workshop and is not recorded.


    Bring some interest to your book spine with these 4 decorative stitches. They can be used on hard or soft coverings and are easily adapted to larger or smaller books. 


    We will cover adding single sections at a time, multiple sections, and using 2 needles.  You will have a choice of making books, practicing on cardstock, or a combination. 


    Beginners are recommended to work on cardstock then apply it to books at a later date.


    Tools required

    Awl

    2 needles

    Scissors

    Optional tools if making books

    Board for covers and spine

    Paint brush

    Bone folder


    Materials required

    Cardstock

    Thread for sewing

    Scrap corrugated cardboard (for protecting your worksurface from hole punches)

    Optional materials if making books

    Book cloth for spine

    Decorative paper for covers

    Paper for signatures

    Painter’s tape or Washi tape


    Online Workshop Process:

    The instructor will be in contact prior to the workshop to share the meeting link and any additional required directions. Materials should be prepared in advance of the workshop to the specifications which will allow participants to take the best advantage of the live format. Please review the technical requirements on the workshop registration page prior to registration to be sure you can participate. Questions should be directed to workshop@cbbag.ca


    Technical requirements for participation:

    ·       Access to the internet and to the Zoom application

    ·       Screen large enough to follow instructor’s video feed (cell phone is not ideal)

    ·       Microphone or Headset / Webcam

    ·       How to join a zoom meeting information https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193


    Marilyn Book has an LIT and a BA in Communications. She has retired after spending 30 years working in the public education libraries from elementary to college levels where she has led several extra-curricular classes on bookbinding with students.  She has been a member of CBBAG since 2013 and is pleased to have earned her Certificate of Completion in 2019.


Past events

11 Sep 2021 2021WKSP-08 Star-shaped Structure with Pop-Up Faces
05 Jul 2021 Bookbinding 1: Home Study - Guided Stream
06 Jun 2021 2021WKSP-06 Miniature Books for Beginners
30 May 2021 2021WKSP-07 The Crisscross Binding
09 May 2021 2021WKSP-05 Cerealis: A Limp Binding
24 Apr 2021 2021WKSP-04 The Crisscross Binding
28 Feb 2021 2021WKSP-03 The Booklet – A Crossed Structure Binding
20 Feb 2021 2021WKSP-02 Traditional Japanese Stab Binding
30 Jan 2021 2021WKSP-01 A Hedi Kyle Valentine – the Panorama Book online workshop
05 Dec 2020 2020WKSP-24 Festive Blizzard Book Online Workshop
09 Nov 2020 2020WKSP-23 Festive Blizzard Book Online Workshop
24 Oct 2020 2020WKSP-22 Introduction to Islamic Endbands (Online Course)
06 Jun 2020 2020WKSP-15 Safeguarding Cross Structure Binding (CSB) Online Workshop
14 Mar 2020 2020WKSP-05 Reconstructed: Making a Bespoke Coptic Journal
28 Feb 2020 2020WKSP-04 Printmaking: Drypoints, Monoprints, and Beyond
09 Feb 2020 2020WKSP-03 Japanese Bindings, the Ignored
08 Feb 2020 2020WKSP-02 A Day in Japan: Maker’s Mess
11 Jan 2020 2020WKSP-01 Crucial Boxes
30 Nov 2019 2019WKSP-37 Creating an Artist Book – Step-By-Step
17 Nov 2019 2019WKSP-32 & 33 The Elbum
16 Nov 2019 2019WKSP-36 The Big Pamphlet
03 Nov 2019 2019WKSP-35 Exploring Art of the Fold: Open Studio
02 Nov 2019 2019WKSP-34 Art & Craft of Tiny Books
14 Sep 2019 2019WKSP-29 Alternative Finishing Techniques
11 Sep 2019 2019WKSP-28 Varied Long & Link Sewings
16 Aug 2019 2019WKSP-22 Bookbinding 2
10 Aug 2019 2019WKSP-21 Star Book Variations
23 Jun 2019 2019WKSP-23 Paper Treatments for Binders
17 Jun 2019 2019WKSP-19 Bookbinding 3
16 Jun 2019 2019WKSP-18 Leather Workshop
15 Jun 2019 2019WKSP-17 Bracio: Limp Binding
15 Jun 2019 2019WKSP-16 Nemoralis: Limp binding
26 May 2019 2019WKSP-15 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
25 May 2019 2019WKSP-14 Hard Cover Arrow Stitch Book
12 May 2019 2019WKSP-26 Japanese Bindings: The Tetsuyoso & Senpuyo
11 May 2019 2019WKSP-25 Japanese Bindings: The Orihon & Yamato
11 May 2019 2019WKSP-24 Japanese Binding: The Fukurotoji
04 Apr 2019 2019WKSP-12 Binding Single Sheets
24 Mar 2019 2019WKSP-10 Cerealis: Limp binding
24 Mar 2019 2019WKSP-09 Theologica: Limp Binding
23 Mar 2019 2019WKSP-08 Kansusō : Japanese Scroll
09 Mar 2019 2019WKSP-05 Printmaking + Bookbinding: Introduction to Edition Book Making
24 Feb 2019 2019WKSP-07 Long Stitch Variation and 4-Needle Sewing
23 Feb 2019 2019WKSP-03 Inspired Flutter Book - Step by Step
03 Feb 2019 2019WKSP-02 Gothic Book Hardware
12 Jan 2019 2019WKSP-01 Introduction to Gothic Binding
01 Dec 2018 2018WKSP-28 The Art & Craft of Tiny Books
10 Nov 2018 2018WKSP-21 Paste Papers
16 Oct 2018 2018WKSP-27 Paper, Thread, Skin – Exposed Sewing
14 Oct 2018 2018WKSP-26 Bookbinding 2
15 Sep 2018 2018WKSP-24 Coptic & Stab Bindings: Exposing the Possibilities
08 Sep 2018 2018WKSP-23 Maker’s Mess: Bookcloth, Boards, Thread, & Paper
17 Aug 2018 2018WKSP-22 Bookbinding 1
08 Jul 2018 2018WKSP-20 Theologica: Limp Binding
08 Jul 2018 2018WKSP-19 Cerealis: Limp binding
07 Jul 2018 2018WKSP-18 Bracio: Limp Binding
07 Jul 2018 2018WKSP-17 Nemoralis: Limp binding
11 Jun 2018 2018WKSP-15 Bookbinding 1 Intensive
28 May 2018 2018WKSP-14 Bookbinding 2 Intensive
10 May 2018 2018WKSP-16 Printmaking: Drypoint & Monoprint
16 Apr 2018 2018WKSP-12 Finishing
10 Apr 2018 Marbling Seminar: Session 2: Watercolour Paper Marbling
07 Apr 2018 Marbling Seminar: Session 1: Marbling with Acrylics
25 Mar 2018 2018WKSP-09 Design, Cut, & Print Ex Libris Bookplates
17 Mar 2018 2018WKSP-08 More Fun with Madame Pop-up!
16 Mar 2018 2018WKSP-07 Sixty Sewing Structures
17 Feb 2018 2018WKSP-06 Limp Vellum Bindings
03 Feb 2018 2018WKSP-05 Painted Cover Long/Linkstitch Books
27 Jan 2018 2018WKSP-04 German Bookbinding Techniques
23 Jan 2018 2018WKSP-03 Bound to be Flat
14 Jan 2018 2018WKSP-02 Bookbinding 3
12 Jan 2018 2018WKSP-01 Leather Workshop
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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