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Re: [BKARTS] Spokane, WA



Thanks, Jacob,

I looked at the Old Ways website, but that's not what I had in mind.

If I do move to Spokane, I'd definitely want to get something bookish going with a group of other like-minded souls.

- Marilynn


On Apr 24, 2008, at 12:11 PM, Jacob Cord wrote:


I mostly lurk here and just read the posts, being as bookbinding is simply
one of my hobbies, but I live in Post Falls, Idaho, right across the border
from Spokane.


I don't know of much around here except for a guy that teaches "old ways of
making books from raw materials": http://www.geocities.com/ oldways_id/ He
operates near Santa, Idaho (yes, there is a Santa!), which isn't terribly
far away (about an hour and a half drive south of Coeur d'Alene).


Perhaps we could start a local bookbinding group and have workshops or
something.

Jacob
http://bogomip.net/

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 8:23 AM, Marilynn Brandenburger <
mmbrand@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi!

I'm new to this list-serve, but it looks like a great forum for finding out
about book-related enterprises in various cities. I'm going to be in
Spokane, WA, the end of May, scouting the city for possible retirement
(husband's, not mine). I would love to find out whether there are book
artists working in that area and any workshops, organizations, etc, devoted
to book arts. Thanks a bunch, y'all.


- Marilynn

Marilynn Brandenburger
Atlanta, GA
www.brandenburgerstudios.com
marilynnbrandenburger.blogspot.com









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