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Carol Barton Workshop and GBW Lone Star Chapter Meeting, Smithville, TX



Explore the Carousel Binding Structure
with Carol Barton
June 16 & 17, 2001
9:30 to 3:30 saturday & 10:00 to 4:00 sunday
$115 for GBW-LSC members/ $130 for non-members
limited to 10 students


A "carousel" or "star" book consists of several accordion-fold sheets bound
together to create dimensional stage-like pages. In this workshop you will
learn the basics of constructing this book form, and then will develop
layered imagery around a theme or text as content. Students should bring
images or collage materials which they can use to create a visual story. The
workshop will allow each student to explore the exciting possibilites for
adapting this format to their personal creative style. Historical and
contemporary examples of the carousel book will be presented. No experience
necessary.

for registration, contact
Priscilla Spitler @
Hands On Bookbinding studio
PO Box 578,
Smithville, Texas 78957
(512) 237-5960  or <prispit@totalaccess.net>


MARK YOUR CALENDAR for the LSC Annual Meeting!
featuring guest lecturer, Carol Barton
Saturday, June 16, at 4:00 pm general meeting/ 5:00pm lecture
Smithville, Texas

Lone Star Chapter, Guild of Book Workers will be holding its annual meeting
in Smithville, Texas, on Saturday, June 16.  The meeting is being organized
in conjunction with a two-day workshop with reknowned paper engineer and
pop-up book artist, Carol Barton, which will take place that weekend at the
Hands On Bookbinding studio, hosted by Priscilla Spitler for the Chapter.
The program will begin at 4:00 pm, at the end of the first day's class,
followed by a slide lecture on pop-up structures given by Carol at 5:00pm.

Many Guild of Book Worker members may remember Carol Barton's expert
presentation on engineering pop-up structures at the GBW  Standards meeting
a few years  ago. A resident of Maryland, she is on the faculty of the
University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Recently, Carol has returned from
Italy where she received an award from the  Bogliosco Fellowhip  as
artist-in-residence south of Genove. During her stay, she began designing a
new book of architectural drawings with pop-up paper towers illuminated by
an incandescent bulb set in the spine structure. The book is to be produced
as a limited edition later this Spring.

Carol will be in Texas earlier in June to teach an intensive 4-day pop-up
book workshop at the Southwest School of Art & Craft in San Antonio on June
7-10. <www.swschool.org>

Whether you can or cannot attend the Carousel workshop sponsored by the LSC,
don't miss the meeting and slide lecture starting at 4:00pm on Saturday,
June 16.

Smithville is a quaint town located 45 SE of Austin off Highway 71 east.
Located on the edge of two state parks and the Colorado River, the area is
know for its many anitque shops and as a great area for cycling and camping.
Stay for dinner after the meeting, or even stay at a local bed-n-breakfast!

For information contact
Priscilla Spitler at (512) 237-5960 or
<prispit@totalaccess.net>



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Peter D. Verheyen, Publicity Chair
The Guild of Book Workers
<Fax: 612.632.3718>
<http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw>
<mailto:gbw@philobiblon.com>

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