Online Workshops + In-Person Workshops

Upcoming events

    • 15 Oct 2022
    • 16 Oct 2022
    • Online using Zoom
    • 4
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    Instructor: Andrew Huot

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Length of workshop: 2 afternoons, 2 hours each session

    Date: Oct 15 & 16, 2022

    Hours: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Workshop fee: $105 members / $165 non-members (includes 1 year membership)

    Prerequisites: None

    Maximum enrollment: 14

    Presented by: GTA Chapter


    Registration closes Tuesday Oct 11, 2022, 11:59 PM


    This is a live workshop and participants will get the most out of it by attending the live sessions, but it will be recorded and available for the registrants to view for 90 days until January 16, 2023.


    In this online class, we will explore the Carousel Book. This structure first appeared during WWII for children’s books. The book uses layers of paper as a method of displaying images and narrative of a story in a non-traditional way. While in this workshop, you will learn how a few simple folds and cuts work to create this unique storytelling structure.


    In session one, we will learn about the structure, look at some examples, and fold the paper accordions.


    Between sessions, students will plan their structure and decorate the layers of their own carousel books.


    In session two, we will assemble the decorated layers and add the covers to complete our books.


    REQUIRED TOOLS

    Bone Folder

    Xacto or Olfa Knife

    Metal Ruler

    Cutting Mat

    Scissors

    Pencil


    REQUIRED MATERIALS

    Unless noted, all materials are grain direction parallel to the spine. Dimensions below are (height) x (width).

    Text weight paper (drawing paper) 18 x 24” (45.72 cm x 60.06 cm), cut into twelve 6” x 24” pieces (15.24 cm x 60.96 cm)

    Printer paper / wastepaper

    Glue stick or PVA

    4 sheets cover weight paper 8.5 x 11 grain long (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm)

    2 pieces mat board for covers, 6” x 5” grain long (15.24 cm x 12.70 cm)

    Materials for decoration (to be discussed in session 1)


    BIOGRAPHY

    Andrew Huot is a Canadian book artist, bookbinder, printer, and conservator living in Atlanta, Georgia, where he operates Big River Bindery, a studio for bookmaking, letterpress printing, and book conservation. He holds a Masters in Book Arts from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a BS in Printmaking from Portland State University. His artists’ books use photographs, linoleum cuts, and text to share the humorous side of everyday life around us. His artists’ books are in collections across the country, from the Art Institute of Chicago to Yale University. Andrew teaches online and in his own studio, at the University of Illinois School of Information, and workshops across the US at the John C Campbell Folk School, BookArtsLA, the International Preservation Studies Center, and the Guild of Book Workers, among others.


    Online Workshop Process:

    CBBAG will be in contact prior to the workshop with the meeting link and any additional required instructions. 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 below 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


    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.

    • 19 Oct 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Online using Zoom
    Register

    Presenter: Liz Menard

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Length of workshop: 1 Evening, 1 hour

    Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022

    Hours: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $0 members / $60 non-members (includes 1 year membership)

    Prerequisites: None


    Registration closes Wednesday, Oct 12, 2022, 11:59 PM


    Please join me for a virtual studio conversation about my process for creating artist’s books. I’ll talk about why I make them, subjects I explore, printmaking techniques I use in my books, paper selection, endpapers, covers and suppliers. I’ll discuss what I find to be the most difficult parts of the process and the easiest parts, or whether there is an easy part! I’ll show maquettes - those that worked and those that haven’t worked - yet. There’s lots to see and discuss!


    Biography

    Liz Menard is an award-winning Toronto-based book artist, printmaker and arts educator. Liz’s lifelong love of nature continues to inform her practice. Through her work, Liz invites people to consider their relationship to nature, the lifecycle, and our fragile environment. Sustaining environmental biodiversity is a recurring theme in Liz’s work. 


    Notes

    This presentation is envisioned to work in tandem with the demonstration in Sept called “An Exploration of Japanese Papers”. CBBAG decided that this presentation was of enough interest to the entire organization to offer it for no fee to all members.

    This presentation will be recorded and posted to the CBBAG youtube channel.


    Online Workshop Process:

    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 below 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


    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.

    • 06 Nov 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Online using Zoom
    • 10
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    Instructor: Stephanie Wolff

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Date: Sunday, Nov 6, 2022

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

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

    Prerequisite: none

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 15 Students

    Presented by: GTA Chapter


    Registration closes: Tuesday, Nov 1, 2022, 11:59 PM


    This is a live workshop, but it will be recorded and available for the registrants to view until Dec 7, 2022.


    Accordion books are great structures for exhibitions, as content can be revealed all at once without having a viewer handle the work.


    But large paper for making long accordions can be a challenge both to find and, in particular, to print on.


    This workshop covers the basic accordion form, methods of using small paper to create long accordions (and the benefits of doing so), along with a handful of ways to join strips of any length together.


    We’ll discuss some of the challenges when working with the accordion form, and some workarounds and opportunities these limitations present.


    Participants will complete a set of models to serve as inspiration and reference for future projects.

     

    Note: Stephanie has taught a similar workshop for other organizations under the title Small Paper, Long Accordions.

    Tools:

    Scissors

    X-acto knife and cutting mat

    Metal ruler

    Glue stick

    Bone folder, useful

    Awl

    Pencil

    Optional but helpful: brass bar stock, ¼” and ½” x 12”

    Optional: C-Thru gridded ruler 2” x 12”

    Optional: right triangle

    Any other tools you find useful for bookmaking would be good to have on hand.

    Paper:

    • ·       10-12 sheets 8.5 x 11” card stock (65 or 80 lb.) or similar weight coverweight paper.
    • ·       Any colors but helpful to have a few sheets of a second color. These will be cut down with instructions for cutting this paper sent prior to the workshop.
    • ·       3 sheets 8.5 x 11” copy weight paper, any colors/patterns
    • ·       1-2 sheets of medium to heavy Japanese tissue (such as Okawara or mulberry) OR origami paper OR copy paper. Each should be at least 4” high and 5” wide, or it can be a single larger piece. We will cut strips from this.
    • ·       tape of some kind: white artist’s tape, scotch, blue masking, etc.

    ·       scrap paper for gluing (1) sheet of paper same size for a template, can be the same paper or, if need be, copy paper is okay.


    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


    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


    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.

    • 07 Nov 2022
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Online using Zoom
    Registration is closed

    Instructor: Karen Hanmer

    Location: ONLINE using Zoom

    Length of workshop: 4 Evenings, Mondays, 2.5 hours per session

    Dates: November 7, 14, 21, & 28, 2022

    Hours: 6:30 PM – 9 PM Eastern time zone (Toronto/NY Time)

    Course fee: $730 members / $790 non-members

    Materials Kit & shipping fee: Included in course fee if participant is in Canada or USA

    Prerequisites: Bookbinding 1 or instructor’s permission. Students should be making sewn books independently, outside a workshop setting.

    Registration closes Sunday, September 25, 2022, 11:59 PM

     

    NOTE: The workshop fee includes the costs for a full materials kit and shipping. Registration must close comparatively early so that kits can be shipped to registrants so please register as early as possible! 


    Any registrants outside of Canada or the US must contact workshop@cbbag.ca PRIOR to registration because there might be additional shipping costs.


    This is a fast-paced intermediate-level workshop. Please contact workshop@cbbag.ca to discuss the requirements of this workshop if you don't have the pre-requisites but are still interested. 


    The workshop will be recorded, so participants can work along or watch and do the work independently in between sessions.  CBBAG recommends attending even if not intending to work along so that participants can benefit from the opportunity to ask questions live.


    Each recording will be available within 24 hours of each session being completed. All the recordings will be available for 90 days after the final session of the workshop.


    The Ethiopian binding structure may have emerged as early as the fourth century and has been in use unchanged for centuries. This humble, elegant binding opens flat and is the inspiration for many contemporary “Coptic” book arts structures.


    Characteristics include wood boards trimmed flush with the text block, paired sewing stations, and chain stitch-sewing that enters the board edge to incorporate board attachment.


    Historically the text blocks were made of vellum. Any covering would be done with goatskin. If the boards were to be left uncovered, no endband was added. If the boards were partially or fully covered in leather, braided leather endbands were sewn on after covering.


    In this workshop, students will make a full-leather binding with braided leather endbands and cloth board linings. We will begin by folding and punching sections, and drilling holes into wood boards. Simple tooling will enhance the finished binding.


    REQUIRED TOOLS

    Binding and covering:

    ·        Bone and Teflon folders, a variety of sizes, one coming to a fine, tapered point

    ·        Scissors

    ·        Awl

    ·        Ace bandage

    ·        Small cutting mat, 9 x 12" is adequate

    ·        X-acto knife/scalpel/Olfa with several extra blades

    ·        12" ruler

    ·        Large and small brushes for paste and PVA

    ·        Beeswax for sewing

    ·        Pencil and paper for notes, diagrams, calculations, measurements

    ·        Old washcloth/dishcloth to keep book and workspace clean

    ·        Sponge and a dish for water

    ·        Section punching cradle (Instructions to make one are here: www.philobiblon.com/bonefolder/vol1no1contents.htm)


    Wood and leather working:

    ·        Dremel or hand drill (like Fiskars #85167097J)

    ·        1/16" drill bit

    ·        Please note: To use small drill bits in a Dremel you may also need the #4486 MulitPro keyless chuck (www.dremel.com/en_US/products/-/show-product/accessories/4486-dremel-chuck)

    ·        Scrap of wood or stack of scrap board to drill into, about 1" thick and 4 x 6"

    ·        6 x 4" piece of non-skid shelf lining

    ·        Small C-clamp or quick-grip clamp

    ·        1/4" (6 mm) chisel

    ·        Microspatula, Talas #TTB002001 or similar

    ·        Square with base, Talas #TTB041001, or some device to aid in marking sewing stations in boards. This item will also keep text block square.

    ·        Dividers, Talas # TTB033004 or similar

    ·        For the woven leather endbands a small chisel, 3/16" (4 or 5 mm) is ideal, though a large awl will work. A beautiful micro chisel from Shanna Leino is available through her website or Talas. Micromark.com carries mini chisels, and tools this size for wood or linocuts would also work.

    ·        Needle-nose pliers for sewing endbands


    Optional:

    ·        A small vise is useful to hold the boards when drilling the diagonal holes.

    ·        Finishing tools in geometric shapes (traditional for these bindings), or any desired.


    BIOGRAPHY

    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 and Graceland. She has served on the editorial board of The Bonefolder, as Exhibitions Chair for the Guild of Book Workers, twice as a presenter at the Guild’s annual Standards of Excellence conference, and as juror for CBBAG’s 2013 The Art of the Book travelling exhibit. She offers workshops and private instruction focusing on a solid foundation in traditional binding skills. www.karenhanmer.com


    Online Workshop Process:

    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 below 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


    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 2022
    • Online using Zoom and Thinkific
    Registration is closed


    Bookbinding 1: Home Study - Guided Stream

    Mentor:  Barbara Helander

    Location: ONLINE using the Thinkific platform and Zoom*

    Online workshop access starts: Monday, November 14, 2022

    Duration: 8 months – to June 2023

    Course fee: $700 members / $760 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)

    Prerequisite: none

    MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT: 10 students

    Registration closes Monday, September 26, 2022, 11:59 PM

    There will be a total of 4 one-hour Zoom meetings, during which the Mentor will lead a review of the group's project submissions, discuss challenges, and answer questions, emulating the in-person workshop more closely.

    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 hardcover books.

    Using an online platform allows for Mentors to have easy 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 October 2022. 

    The Guided Stream has always required participants to submit their completed projects by postal mail to their mentor and this online environment allows 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 15 individual projects, with 3 sets of submissions spanning 8 months with new modules opening up every 7-8 weeks. Participants are responsible for the postage for all the submissions, to and return, and is payable to the mentor directly.

    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.  

Past events

02 Oct 2022 2022WKSP-14 Introduction to Housing for Books - Online
01 Oct 2022 2022WKSP-13 Leather Trip Journal – In-Person Workshop
21 Sep 2022 2022WKSP-10 An Exploration of Japanese Papers
18 Sep 2022 2022WKSP-08 Bookbinding 2 In-Studio
04 Jul 2022 Bookbinding 1: Home Study - Guided Stream
05 Jun 2022 2022WKSP-06 Geometric Accordions: Pentagonal, Octagonal, and Circular
19 May 2022 2022-WKSP-07 Online Teaching Panel Discussion
15 May 2022 2022WKSP-05 Folio Pocket Book
10 Apr 2022 2022WKSP-03 The Drum Leaf Binding
26 Mar 2022 2022WKSP-02 Case-Bound Mini Book
06 Mar 2022 2022WKSP-04 Japanese Tetsuyoso Binding & Chitsu
27 Feb 2022 2022WKSP-01 Japanese Tetsuyoso Binding & Chitsu
14 Nov 2021 2021WKSP-12 Decorative Spine Stitching
06 Nov 2021 2020WKSP-11 Islamic Binding
24 Oct 2021 2021WKSP-10 Sewn Boards Binding with Sewn-In Wrapper
03 Oct 2021 2021WKSP-09 The Road Book
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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