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Re: [BKARTS] With Whom to Study



How much experience do you have? What kind of binding are you interested in?


6 months is not a long time so I would recommend studying with one person
and really learning how they do it.

p.

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-----Original Message-----

<From:    Lisa Gilbert <lisagilbertphd@xxxxxxxxx> 
Subject: From whom would you most like to study artistic bookbinding? 

Quick question: 

I would like to take myself on a six month sabbatical to learn diverse meth 
ods of informal artistic book binding (not repairing books) from artists 
around the globe.
If you could study under any book artist(s) in the world, assuming no 
restrictions of time or money, who would you pick? 
Any thoughts? You can answer directly to me if you wish:
lisagilbertphd@xxxxxxxxx 

Thanks, 
Lisa

                                    
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