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[BKARTS] Book Arts Classes in Eugene, OR



Introduction to Bookbinding

Never made a book before but always wanted to try?
This one day workshop will
teach you the techniques to start making your own
books and
pamphlets. We will make six different book structures
that you can
use for gifts, small notebooks, journals, or art
projects. No
experience is necessary, and all are encouraged to
join in.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Time: 6 - 9 pm
Location: DIVA (Downtown Initiative for the Visual
Arts), 110 W.
Broadway,  Eugene, OR
Cost: $30 + $5 Materials Fee

To register, contact DIVA at 541-344-3482 or at
www.divanow.org 

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Hard Cover Book Structures

This class will cover three variations of hard-covered
books with single and multiple sections.  The
structures are sewn and glued, covered in cloth and
paper, and can be used as journals, sketchbooks, or
artist books.

Wednesdays, Jan 18 - Feb 8
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: DIVA (Downtown Initiative for the Visual
Arts), 110 W.
Broadway,  Eugene, OR
Cost: $50 + $20 Materials Fee

To register, contact DIVA at 541-344-3482 or at
www.divanow.org 

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Book Boxes and Enclosures

Looking for a way to protect a fragile book or store a
collection of small items?  Conservation boxes and
enclosures are the best ways to protect and house your
collections and fragile obects such as books, prints,
photographs, and small ephemera.  In this class we
will construct a number of boxes, slipcases, and
enclosures to protect and display your treasured
items.

Wednesdays, Feb 22 - Mar 15
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: DIVA (Downtown Initiative for the Visual
Arts), 110 W.
Broadway,  Eugene, OR
Cost: $50 + $20 Materials Fee

To register, contact DIVA at 541-344-3482 or at
www.divanow.org 

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Instructor: Andrew Huot has been binding books and
making artist books the since 1990.  In addition to
working in book repair and restoration he has taught
workshops and classes throughout the Northwest for
organizations such as the Independent Publishing
Resource Center (IPRC) in Portland, Portland State
University, and the Downtown Initiative for the Visual
Arts in Eugene.  Andrew is the former Chair and is a
current board member of the Northwest Chapter of the
Guild of Bookworkers.





	
		
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