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[BKARTS] Western Production Papermaking Workshop



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Spaces are still available in our upcoming workshop:


Western Production Papermaking Workshop
University of Iowa Center for the Book - Paper Facility
Instructor: Lynn Amlie, Director and Paper Specialist
June 17-21, 2002, 10am - 5pm

This intensive, non-credit workshop will introduce the production
techniques developed and utilized by the UICB paper facility to make
traditional European style book and case papers. Beginning with
analysis of historical specimens, we will explore the materials,
techniques and aesthetics which were characteristic of 15th-18th
century papers.
The course is appropriate for individuals with specific interest in
the history, tradition and production of historic western papers.
Prior experience in western papermaking is required.  Space is
limited to 9 participants who will be selected by the instructor
based upon prior experience and commitment. Professionals from
related fields are encouraged to apply.

Cost for the workshop will be $350 for students and $400 for all
others, plus a $50 materials fee.
Contact the UICB office for more information, and an application.
Applications received by May 15th will be given top priority.
handmade-paper@uiowa.edu        (319) 335-0447

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Tatiana Ginsberg
UICB Paper Facility
100 Oakdale Hall M109 OH
Iowa City IA 52242-5000
ph: 319 335-4410

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