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I will be teaching two workshops this fall:

One in Chicago-Carousel Books:
A workshop introducing the methods of constructing carousel books. A
carousel book can be viewed section by section and also opened fully to
create a book in the round. A most interesting variation on the contertina
form, the Carousel or star book derives it's name from the way it looks
when it's open. Seen from above, the book forms a star shape which also
resembles a circus carousel. Each page spread is a little theater, ready
for pictures, text and paper engineering. There are many possible uses for
the carousel book, it would be great as a theater set or for stories which
are circular.Students will make models and also construct their own
carousel books using their own drawings, photographs, rubber stamps,
collages etc. October 23, 10-4.
Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts
http://www.colum.edu/centers/bpa, book&paper@popmail.colum.edu or 1104 S.
Wabash, 2nd floor, Chciago, IL 60604 or 312 344-6630.

and one in New York-Magic Books or Now You See It, Now You Don't:
A workshop exploring a number of book structures which have elements which
appear and disappear when the structures are manipulated. Various books
ranging from single sheet books to 2 and 3 dimensional flexagons to Jacob's
Ladders can be presented. Students will be able to experiment with and
produce a wide variety of sculptural/moveable book models. November 12-14,
1999.
Women's Studio Workshop, http://www.wsworkshop.org, wsw@ulster.net or P.O.
Box 489, Rosendale, NY, 12471 or 914 658-9133.

If you are interested you can contact the organizations.

You can also check me out at http://www.emilymartin.com
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two workshops this fall:


One in Chicago-Carousel Books:

A workshop introducing the methods of constructing carousel books. A
carousel book can be viewed section by section and also opened fully to
create a book in the round.
</bigger></bigger></fontfamily><bigger><bigger>A most interesting
variation on the contertina form, the Carousel or star book derives
it's name from the way it looks when it's open. Seen from above, the
book forms a star shape which also resembles a circus carousel. Each
page spread is a little theater, ready for pictures, text and paper
engineering. There are many possible uses for the carousel book, it
would be great as a theater set or for stories which are
circular.<fontfamily><param>Helvetica</param>Students will make models
and also construct their own carousel books using their own drawings,
photographs, rubber stamps, collages etc. October 23, 10-4.

Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts
http://www.colum.edu/centers/bpa, book&paper@popmail.colum.edu or 1104
S. Wabash, 2nd floor, Chciago, IL 60604 or 312 344-6630.


and one in New York-Magic Books or Now You See It, Now You Don't:

A workshop exploring a number of book structures which have elements
which appear and disappear when the structures are manipulated. Various
books ranging from single sheet books to 2 and 3 dimensional flexagons
to Jacob's Ladders can be presented. Students will be able to
experiment with and produce a wide variety of sculptural/moveable book
models. November 12-14, 1999.

Women's Studio Workshop, http://www.wsworkshop.org</fontfamily>,
wsw@ulster.net or P.O. Box 489, Rosendale, NY,
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658-9133.


If you are interested you can contact the organizations.


You can also check me out at
http://www.emilymartin.com</bigger></bigger>

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