Monday, February 17, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Books that involve attaching items to the pages (photos, drawings, notes, found matter etc) require a certain kind of binding to allow for the build up of material. The concertina album is a great structure for such a situation. It’s simple and can be a clean solution to your conundrum. It’s also a great way to bind single sheets, when your pages aren’t big enough to fold over for sewing. Bring some small items you’d like to include in the books we’ll make and you’ll get an idea for just how many possibilities this binding can offer.
Instructor: Sarah Smith
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When & Where
Book Arts Program
The Book Arts Program at Dartmouth College consists of a Letterpress Studio and Bindery Studio. It is open to all levels of experience; instruction on using the printing presses and in binding books is given. There is no fee to use the studios or to attend workshops but participants are expected to follow posted guidelines for cleaning up after themselves and putting away type. Failure to do so may result in studio privileges being revoked. The studios are open Fall, Winter, and Spring term. See our website for more information.