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[BKARTS] Book Workshops



WEEKEND BOOKMAKING WORKSHOPS
at Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY

To register or for further information see the online catalog at
http://www.vsw.org/education/evecatalogfall02.html , call 585-442-8676
or mailto:info@vsw.org


WORDS AND PICTURES ON THE PAGE-DIGITAL WORKSHOP
Dr. Douglas Holleley ,
Saturday & Sunday: October 12-13; 9:30-4:30pm

This course is an introduction to the issues, conventions and creative
opportunities afforded when one combines images and text on the printed
page. The workshop will primarily involve using the page layout  small
book.  Douglas Holleley is the author of Digital Book Design and
PublishingClarellen and Cary Graphic Arts Press, (2001), a comprehensive
textbook on computer bookmaking for artists.


CASE BINDING FOR ONE-OF-A-KIND BOOKS OR SMALL EDITIONS
Susan Soleil
Saturday and Sunday: October 26-27; 9:30-4:30pm

Susan Soleil, Master Bookbinder and owner of The Soleil Bookbindery in
Rochester, has been binding books for more than 30 years. She began as
an apprentice to a Master Bookbinder in Florence, Italy for 3 years.
After working as a conservator she opened The Soleil Bookbindery in
1977. Her specialty is book restoration, one-of-a-kind books, and small
editions. She particularly enjoys the creative challenge of designing
books that equally satisfy aesthetics, function, and imagination.


Other Workshops include: Digital Audio (Pro Tools); Digital Video (Final

Cut Pro); Simple Programming for Artists; After Effects; Intro to Web
Design; Intro to Photoshop; Digital Photography; Words and Pictures
(Quark Xpress); Video Production; History of the Moving Image;

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Joan Lyons
Visual Studies Workshop
31 Prince Street
Rochester, New York 14607
tel: 585-442-8676
fax: 585-442-1992
http://www.vsw.org

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