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[BKARTS] Book Repair Intensive-- SLC, UT

For more information: bookartsprogram@xxxxxxxx or 801.585.9191

Simple Book Repairs for At-Home Curators May 15th,  22nd,  29th, June
12th,  19th Thursdays, 4:00-7:00

Learn basic, book-repair techniques including dry cleaning; paper
mending; sewing; repair of loose joints, torn spines and endcaps; and
how to mend detached boards. This five-session course is limited to six
motivated participants. Manual dexterity and patience are highly
recommended. Participants receive a kit supplied with basic materials
and tools as well as damaged books to repair. At the seminar's
completion, participants are capable of assessing damage to non-rare
books and executing basic, non-damaging techniques necessary for repair.
Pamela Barrios was introduced to conservation and the book arts in 1976
at the New York Botanical Gardens. In 1990, after holding conservation
positions at the New York Public Library, Yale University, and the New
York Academy of Medicine, she moved to her present position as Rare Book
Conservator at the Harold B. Lee Library Conservation Laboratory,
Brigham Young University. Pam teaches classes and workshops throughout
the country. Her artists' books and design bindings are exhibited
internationally. She is an associate editor of the Bonefolder,

Instructor: Pamela Barrios, Utah
Place: Book Arts Studio, Marriott Library, 1st floor Workshop fee: $160;
Materials fee: $50 

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