This two-part workshop will present book structures useful for photographers, printmakers, and collage artists making imagery one side of sheets of paper. Book made will include the Drum Leaf Binding, Storage Book and Multiple-Leaf Accordion structures. These structures allow the artist to print, draw, or collage on single sheets before binding, ideal for photographers using photo paper to print their images. These binding methods allow for easy arrangement of imagery, from one image to the next though the book avoiding complicated imposition necessary in sewn books. These books use adhesive instead of thread to bind them, allowing for uninterrupted views of the images across the pages. These structures will also be useful for making journals and sketchbooks. Students are encouraged to bring samples of their favorite papers to discuss and sample prints to bind in class.
Andrew Huot is a book artist and bookbinder in Atlanta, Georgia. He operates Big River Bindery, a workshop for bookmaking and letterpress printing, book repair, and design. He has a Masters in Book Arts from the University of the Arts, teaches bookbinding and preservation for the University of Illinois and conservation for the International Preservation Studies Center. He exhibits his work widely and it is held in over 50 university library collections. Andrew’s artists’ books can be seen here.
Workshop Date: Saturday, August 11 & Sunday August 12
Time: 9am - 3pm (with one-hour lunch break included)
Deadline to Register: Saturday, August 4th
Spots Available: 12
Entry Fee: $148 (Non-members: $185)
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APG will refund 50% of registration fee for cancellations prior to June 16. No refunds offered for cancellations after June 16.