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> Subject:        BOX MAKING WORKSHOP
> Date sent:      Wed, 5 May 1999 09:48:15
>
>                  COVERED BOXES: A WORKSHOP FOR
>                     ARTISTS AND BOOKBINDERS
>
>              Instructor:        Bob Muens
>              Date:              Friday & Saturday, June 4-5, 1999
>              Time:              9:00 a.m.--5:00 p.m.
>              Tuition:           $75.00
>              Materials Fee:     $12.00
>              Skill level:       Intermediate and beyond
>
>              A well-made, attractive box is an essential element in
>              the presentation and protection of artists' books,
>              collectable books or special objects. In this workshop,
>              participants will construct two types of boxes: a paper
>              covered lidded box with bone pin closure and a clamshell
>              box. The lidded box is simple, quick and versatile; the
>              clamshell provides an elegant home for any book. Both
>              boxes incorporate techniques that can be applied to a
>              variety of structures. Binders board, book cloth, bone
>              pins, Japanese ribbon and PVA adhesive will be provided;
>              a list of basic tools and limited materials will be sent
>              with registration confirmation.
>
> Instructor:  Bob Muens received his training in Washington, D.C. from
>              Florentine bookbinder, Gianluca Chegai and noted English
>              Style bookbinder, Thomas Albro. On staff at the
>              Conservation Office of the Library of Congress for four
>              years, he worked on the preservation and repair of books
>              and other objects from the Library's rare collections.
>              In 1996 he opened his first studio in Key West. He is a
>              member of the Guild of Book Workers.
>
> Location:    Bienes Center for the Literary Arts
>              Broward County Library
>              100 S. Andrews Ave.
>              Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
>
> Contact:     James A. Findlay, Librarian
>              954-357-8692 (Phone), 954-357-6762 (Fax);
>              e-mail: jfindlay@mail.blc.lib.fl.us
>
> -----------------------------------------------
> James A. Findlay
> Librarian
> Bienes Center for the Literary Arts
> The Dianne and Michael Bienes
>   Special Collections and Rare Book Library     _______
> Broward County Library                         /______/(
> 100 S. Andrews Ave.                           (_______(
> Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301                     (________(
>
> 954-357-8692 (phone)
> 954-357-6762 (Fax)
>
> jfindlay@mail.bcl.lib.fl.us (e-mail)
>
> http://www.co.broward.fl.us/bienes

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Bob,
Can you send this on to the BookArts Listserv?
Thanks
Jim Findlay
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Subject:        BOX MAKING WORKSHOP
Date sent:      Wed, 5 May 1999 09:48:15

                 COVERED BOXES: A WORKSHOP FOR
                    ARTISTS AND BOOKBINDERS

             Instructor:        Bob Muens
             Date:              Friday & Saturday, June 4-5, 1999
             Time:              9:00 a.m.--5:00 p.m.
             Tuition:           $75.00
             Materials Fee:     $12.00
             Skill level:       Intermediate and beyond

             A well-made, attractive box is an essential element in
             the presentation and protection of artists' books,
             collectable books or special objects. In this workshop,
             participants will construct two types of boxes: a paper
             covered lidded box with bone pin closure and a clamshell
             box. The lidded box is simple, quick and versatile; the
             clamshell provides an elegant home for any book. Both
             boxes incorporate techniques that can be applied to a
             variety of structures. Binders board, book cloth, bone
             pins, Japanese ribbon and PVA adhesive will be provided;
             a list of basic tools and limited materials will be sent
             with registration confirmation.

Instructor:  Bob Muens received his training in Washington, D.C. from
             Florentine bookbinder, Gianluca Chegai and noted English
             Style bookbinder, Thomas Albro. On staff at the
             Conservation Office of the Library of Congress for four
             years, he worked on the preservation and repair of books
             and other objects from the Library's rare collections.
             In 1996 he opened his first studio in Key West. He is a
             member of the Guild of Book Workers.

Location:    Bienes Center for the Literary Arts
             Broward County Library
             100 S. Andrews Ave.
             Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Contact:     James A. Findlay, Librarian
             954-357-8692 (Phone), 954-357-6762 (Fax);
             e-mail: jfindlay@mail.blc.lib.fl.us

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James A. Findlay
Librarian
Bienes Center for the Literary Arts
The Dianne and Michael Bienes
  Special Collections and Rare Book Library     _______
Broward County Library                         /______/(
100 S. Andrews Ave.                           (_______(
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301                     (________(

954-357-8692 (phone)
954-357-6762 (Fax)

jfindlay@mail.bcl.lib.fl.us (e-mail)

http://www.co.broward.fl.us/bienes















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