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DIY HAND-PRINTED ARTIST BOOKS

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Feb 27,2016 -     Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL! DIY Hand-Printed Artist Books Design, Bind, & Unwind Workshop Date/Time: February 27th / 12-4pm / FREE 12-1pm Artists Talk by Timothy Frerichs & Jill Kambs in conjunction with their exhibition The Log Lines on view January 29th-March 4th, 2016. Create beautiful hand-printed books from affordable everyday materials! Participants will learn two DIY printmaking techniques before following step-by-step instructions to assemble and bind your own pamphlet book. We will utilize gelatin printing as a means for image making and Xerox transfer printing to incorporate typed text. Gelatin printing is an inexpensive, low-tech, and non-toxic printing method that achieves elegant results equally appropriate for home enthusiasts and professional printers. Xerox transfer printing is a low-cost, simple method for placing printed text and black & white photographic imagery within a folded structure. A printed word bank will be provided for constructing DIY haikus to add to your one-of-a kind artist books. This workshop is ideal for teachers, writers, artists, and craft enthusiasts of all ages. No experience necessary, all ages welcome. Instructor: Jill Kambs Pre-registration is required for all workshops at WNYBAC. You do not need to pre-register for the Artists' Talk. You DO need to register if you intend on staying for the workshop. The Artists' Talk will last about an hour long. If you have any questions, please call 716-348-1430 or email rosemary@wnybookarts.org.


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Western New York Book Arts Center
468 Washington Street
Buffalo, NY 14203


Registration is closed for this event.
For more information or questions, please email:
info@wnybookarts.org

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our funders listed below, for providing support to WNYBAC's ongoing programs taking place throughout Western New York:

NYSCA M & T Art 4 Moore Zenger Group Evans Bank Community Foundation Baird Foundation
Cameron Jane Wendt Foundation StoryGrowing