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[BKARTS] Tooling workshop: SLC, UT



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Tooling Around
September 12th & 13th
Friday & Saturday, 9:00-5:00

Pick up a book. The first clues to what hides inside are discovered on
the cover. The primary evidence provided by the title, mark, or image
attracts our attention. This workshop presents a practical investigation
into the use of hand tools and stamping machines for the titling and
decoration of book covers. The use of sample boards allows participants
hands-on experience as they learn about materials and train in
techniques using foils, pigment, and gold leaf on leather, cloth, and
paper.  
Jana Pullman earned her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In
25 years of book arts experience, she has worked as printer,
illustrator, conservator, and book artist. Jana is the owner of Western
Slope Bindery specializing in custom binding and repair of books, and
teaches papermaking, binding and conservation workshops throughout the
country.
 
Instructor: Jana Pullman, Minnesota 
Place: Book Arts Studio, Marriott Library, 1st floor
Workshop fee: $150; Materials fee: $25 


Marnie Powers-Torrey
Program Manager
Book Arts Program and Red Butte Press
J. Willard Marriott Library
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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