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[BKARTS] Workshop update from the Garage Annex School for Book Arts - Easthampton, MA



Dear friends:

What follows is an update of our remaining workshops for 2003--what's full,
and what is still available.

Please visit our Web site for more information, and in order to see images.
Join us in Massachusetts for a workshop--or send your assistant! It's easy to
register and pay online using your visa or mastercard. Or you may phone us
with
your registration: 413-527-8044. <http://www.GarageAnnexSchool.com>

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Tunnel Books with Carol Barton
August 23-24

Board Reattachment Using Japanese Papers with Eric Alstrom
September 6-7

Prints from Photopolymer Plates with Amaryllis Siniossoglou
September 13-14

More, More, & More Accordions with Linda Lembke
September 20-21
Only two spots left.

Preservation Enclosures with Hedi Kyle
October 4-5
This workshop is full. If you are interested, ask to be put on the waiting
list.

Woven & Interlocking Quilt Pages & Structures with Claire Van Vliet
October 18-19
This workshop is full. If you are interested, ask to be put on the waiting
list.

Creating Decorative Papers on the Etching Press with Leni Fried
October 25-26
Only two spots left.

Leather Rebacking with James Reid-Cunningham
November 1-2 and 15-16 (a two-weekend course)

Odd Boxes with Barbara Mauriello
November 8-9
This workshop is full. If you are interested, ask to be put on the waiting
list.

Gold Tooling on Leather Spines & Spine Labels with Daniel Kelm
December 6-7
This workshop is full. If you are interested, ask to be put on the waiting
list.

Thanks,
Greta Sibley and Daniel Kelm
Co-directors

email: <foliotrope@aol.com>

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