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[BKARTS] conference in Portland Oregon

The Focus on Book Arts Conference, held June 28 - July1, 2007 in Forest 
Grove, Oregon, begins accepting registrations February 15th. Below is a list of the 
classes and instructors. A complete descriptions of the classes and a PDF 
registration form are available on the web page:

FOBA 2007 classes

The Painted Cover Book
Doug Shafer

The Paper Book:   Wet Binding and Image Making Techniques
Mary Tasillo

Wild Wire Work
Cheri Aldrich

Carved, Bound and Wired
Doris Arndt

From Child's Play to Fine Print
Shu-Ju Wang

Crossed Structure as an Album Format
Peggy Johnston

Daybook:   Captured Moments / Found Objects
Sandy Tilcock

Coptic Binding Variations
Dolores Guffey

A New Diorama Book Structure: Multi-layer Interlocking Slotted Accordions
Ann Kronenberg

The Illuminated Journal: Binding & Design Magic
Andie Thrams

Storage Solutions for Books and Papers: Boxes and Enclosures
Andrew Huot

Spell Book Shrine
Doris Arndt

Metallic Effects
Cheri Aldrich

Coptic Stitched Origami Travel Book
Dolores Guffey

Pushing Boundaries:   Text and Image
Mary Tasillo

Rigid Page Binding Workshop
Alicia Bailey

Books Sewn on Cords
Patricia Grass

Innovative Artworks:   Polaroid Collages for Artist Books
Sheila Cunningham

Binding the Quarto or Octavo
Carla Schultz

Ornamental Knotting for Ties, Clasps, & Decoration of Books and Boxes
Ann Kronenberg

An Introduction to Calligraphy for Non-calligraphers
Georgianna Greenwood

Long Stitch Journal With Hand Felted Wrap 
Gin DeCamp & Patricia Edmonds

Tips, Trade Secrets, and Templates for      Streamlining Editions
Carol Barton

Making a Tunnel Book
Jill Timm

Creating Decorative Papers
Ann Kronenberg

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