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Re: workshop announcement from Jim Croft



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          CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
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This is one of the most genuine and generous teachers I have ever worked =
with...an unforgettable experience from which I am still drawing informatio=
n and inspiration from two years later.=20

Kristy

>>> oldway@IMBRIS.COM - 3/18/02 1:32 PM >>>
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          CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
           See The Exhibition Online, And Order Your Catalog.
                      <http://www.philobiblon.com>
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OLD WAYS of BOOK MAKING for BOOK ARTS MATERIALISTS- taught by Jim Croft =
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at Santa, Idaho  July2-15   2002   Building a book literally from the =3D
ground up in the tradition of Technology of the Medieval Book that was =3D
held here for 10 years.The full workshop is two weeks, but can be =3D
divided up if desired=3D20
2 days----Hands making hand tools for the Book Arts and sharpening ....2 =
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days---Fiber processing , spinning  and plying hemp and linen into =3D
thread and cordage.....3 days---handpapermaking replicating the =3D
materials and tecniques of the golden age of papermaking.....5 days--all =
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about finding and fitting wood for book covers, and the nearly forgotten =
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need for claspe making. View pictures of past workshops and other info =3D
at www.geocities.com/oldways_id/

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