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[BKARTS] Workshop: Italian Pamphlet



Apologies for duplicate postings.

STILL A FEW SEATS LEFT! 

The Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois is pleased to offer a new book arts workshop with Bea Nettles. Join us and learn how to create a beautiful Italian pamphlet. 

Title: Italian Pamphlet - Mitered hard cover,soft-spined booklet 
Dates: Saturday, February 16, 2008 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Location: Printing and Photographic Services Building 54 E Gregory Street, Champaign, IL 
Cost: $109 includes fee for materials ($99 for GSLIS students, staff, alumni, and previous Book Arts workshop attendees) 

Faculty: Bea Nettles, Professor, UIUC School of Fine and Applied Arts, www.beanettles.com 

This handsome structure combines several skills for new and intermediate binders. Covers are clothbound with ornamental indentations. A simple pamphlet is stitched onto a spine liner which is attached to the book by means of a soft contrasting cloth covered spine. 

Class Size: 15 maximum 
Students will bring basic tools like pencils, rulers, scissors and mat knives. Items like needles, self-healing cutting mats, awls, will be provided. 

To register: http://www.lis.uiuc.edu/programs/cpd/workshops08.html 
Marianne Steadley
Continuing Professional Development Program Director
501 E. Daniel St. Champaign IL 61820
217/244-2751
Fax: 217/244-3302

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