SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 20 & 27 and MARCH 6 & 13, 2021
10:00AM-11:15AM PT / 1:00-2:15PM ET
Instructor: Book Arts Roadshow
This lively, stress-free Bookmaking Workshop is intended to provide bookmaking beginners with an opportunity to have fun, explore a new creative outlet, and plant seeds of ideas of how books may be incorporated with existing personal art practices.
This 4-session Bookmaking Workshop (Book Set A), taught by Book Arts Roadshow, focuses on providing basic information and hands-on instruction on how to make a selection of six folded, adhesive and sewn book structures. Students will gain insight on how each bookmaking project can be reproduced using materials and tools that are commonly found around the home and/or are reasonably easy to obtain.
Bookmaking materials for this workshop will be shipped to all enrolled students prior to the first session. Students MUST register by Friday, February 12th at the latest to receive their supplies in time for the class.
Students will also need to have a pencil, eraser, markers, ruler, scissors, a spoon (metal or wooden), glue stick and “waste sheets” (i.e. old newspaper, magazines or junk mail).
Supply List Available HERE.
$95 + $25 Materials Fee
Book Arts Roadshow Co-Founder C.K.Itamura is a recipient of the 2019 Discovered Awards for Emerging Visual Artists made possible, in part, by Creative Sonoma, Community Foundation Sonoma County and the Museum of Sonoma County. She is an Artist-in-Residence of Chalk Hill Residency and In Cahoots Residency, the Co-Founder of Book Arts Roadshow, a former director of San Francisco Center for the Book, and a juror of the Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition for the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Book Arts Roadshow Co-Founder Cheryl Ball has taken Master Classes in bookbinding with Dominic Riley and Michael Burke, and has completed the Bookbinding Certification at the San Francisco Center for the Book. She served as the Art Coordinator for a San Francisco Public Elementary-Middle School and is currently the Administration Manager at the San Francisco Center for the Book and an ILSP Apprentice with the Alameda County Office of Education.