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[BKARTS] Monique Lallier bookbinding workshop, September 20-24, 2009, Camp Cheerio, North Carolina



Monique Lallier will teach the week-long workshop "Decorative Paper and Drop Spine Binding" as part of the Fall 2009 Camp Cheerio Retreat in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, about 1 hour drive northwest of Winston-Salem. The natural setting is peaceful, inspiring and energizing.

During the week students will work on two related techniques:

For the first two days students will make an innovative form of decorative paper. The technique is neither paste paper nor marble paper. Students will use a broad variety of media: gouache, water color, ink, or dye for leather; on a wide variety of papers: Kraft, tissue, Japanese, Mohawk, Arches (anything but very thick paper).

Students will spend the remainder of the week learning the "Drop-spine Binding" (similar to the drum leaf), with a book that students have already prepared, i.e. a paper back, a sewn book or a pack of single sheets that can be fan-glued in class. Students will use their decorative papers as end papers. The book can have a spine of leather, cloth, fabric or paper; and the boards can be covered in paper or cloth.

Students should arrive with a book ready to cover, or single sheets that can be glued in class. Also bring colors, cotton balls (that do not leave fuzzy particles), disposable rubber gloves, paper (a lot), and bookbinding tools.

Included in the cost of this retreat are: workshop, meals (15), and five nights lodging. Camp Cheerio is located in a magnificent mountain setting about 1 hour drive northwest of Winston-Salem, in Roaring Gap, North Carolina. (near Sparta, NC). Total cost is $695. Deposit of $200. (non-refundable) Balance due July 31, 2009. Also available, private and semi-private rooms with private bath. Semi-private room $775. Private room $840. Pickup and /or drop-off at the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro available for a fee of $100. Additional information and directions will be sent a few months before class.

For more information, see http://calligraphycentre.com

or contact Jim Teta at the Calligraphy Centre: tetascribe@xxxxxxxxxxxx or (336) 924-5681

To see examples of Monique's work, visit: http://moniquelallier.com/

Instructor bio:

Monique Lallier started bookbinding with Simone B. Roy in Montréal in the early 70's and started teaching there in 1976. With studios in Montréal from 1978 till 1987, when she moved to the United States, Monique has never stopped teaching bookbinding. Her work has been exhibited all over the world in the most prestigious juried exhibitions. She served as Chair of the Standards of Excellence for the Guild of Book Workers for twelve years and is currently Director of the American Academy of Bookbinding. She practices and teaches bookbinding in her studio in Summerfield, North Carolina.

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Karen Hanmer
karen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

www.karenhanmer.com

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