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The Center for Book Arts

USA New York

The Center for Book Arts

28 West 27th St, 3rd Flr
New York, NY 10001

Gallery Hours
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
Sat 10am-4pm

 

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Bookbinding I
This introductory course will familiarize students with the basic materials (paper, cloth, board, and adhesives), techniques (folding, sewing, gluing), and history of bookbinding. Students will make several structures, including a pamphlet, a flat and a rounded case bound multi-section book, and a photo album.

Section 1:
Jan 22 - 26, Wed-Sun 10-4
Lee Marchalonis

Section 2:
Jan 23 - Mar 27
Ten Thursday nights, 6:30-9:30 pm
Shanna Yarbrough

Section 3:
February 24 - 28
Monday through Friday, 9am - 3pm
Jan 23 - Mar 27

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Copperplate Calligraphy and Beyond
Learn the fundamentals of using the pointed pen for writing copperplate calligraphy. This beautiful style, used in the Declaration of Independence, is now used for weddings, logos, and White House Invitations. Beginners will learn the basic letter shapes and fundamentals of spacing. Those who have previously learned Copperplate will refine their lettershapes, spacing and focus on the practical aspects of using copperplate for one-of-a-kind pieces and for reproduction.

Karen Gorst
February 8-9
Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 4pm

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All About the Accordion
The accordion is perhaps the most versatile structure in the world of bookbinding. As a full-page spread or as a minutely-folded piece of paper, it displays both pictures and words in an immediate and Zen-like game of mountains and valleys. We will spend 2 days folding paper, making both traditional and new-fangled books. After the bookbinding we'll make a slipcase entirely out of handmade paper, to hold our set of models. Expect to construct 5 completely different books, which will serve as prototypes for future projects.
Deadline to register: One week before class begins.

Barbara Mauriello
February 22 - 23
Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 4pm

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Bonded: Paper Lamination for Artists
This workshop will teach you preferred materials and particular methods to bond papers (both hand and machine made and synthetic Tyvek) for book and art projects. Make your own book board; make stiff paper covers that are designed and customized by you; make strong, pliant 2 or 3-ply mulberry paper useful for envelopes, paper boxes and other colorful containers; and make sturdy paper ribbon of various widths. Students in the class will leave knowing the factors that keep bonded papers together and why materials interact the way they do. And, we will have fun the whole time!

Rory Golden
February 8 ,
Saturday, 10am - 4pm

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Round Boxes
Learn the basics of round box construction. In this two day workshop students will learn the secrets of bending book board in order to create curved shape boxes. Students will then cover their boxes with book cloth and decorative papers. Come away with a finished, unique project.

Biruta Auna
February 22 - 23
Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 4pm

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Letterpress I: Hand Typesetting
In this course you will learn the basics of hand typesetting and letterpress printing. We will cover the essentials of good presswork, including inking, imposition and impression and move on to discuss typefaces, paper, incorporating illustrations and adding color. This course concentrates on the traditional methods of hand typesetting, using the Center's collection of lead and wood type. This course requires no computer experience. You will develop your own small composition, such as greeting, business or postcards and, time allowing, complete a second project. Bring words and ideas to class and be ready to roll up your sleeves.
Section 1:
Amber McMillan
Two weekends: 2/1-2 and 2/8-9, 10am - 5pm

Section 2:
Roni Gross
February 12 - 16
Wednesday through Sunday, 10am - 4pm

>register (link)

ab 2013

 

 

WORKSHOP DI GRAFICA D'ARTE ESTATE
Sommerworkshops Grafiktechniken - in Italien
Stages di techniche grafiche

Kupferstich
Japanischer Holzschnitt
Collagrafia /Collage
Kaltnadelradierung
Stoffdruck
Druck von Polymerplatten
Farbholzschnitt

Italien, Montefiore Conca, Emilia Romagna
(zwischen San Marino und Cattolica (Adria) > googlemaps)

http://www.opificiodellarosa.org/

Veranstaltungsort / Venue:
www.comune.montefiore-conca.rn.it/

 

foto:
www.opificiodellarosa.org/immagini/home/castello-solo450.gif

Castello di Montefiore Conca - Rimini - maggio - settembre 2013

Giugno 2013: ancora alcuni posti disponibili!
Noch gibt es ein paar freie Plätze (Juni 2013)
Die Workshops sind für Anfänger geeignet.

VACA organizza all’Opificio della Rosa,
all’interno del castello medievale di Montefiore Conca,
una serie di workshop di una settimana ciascuno
su tecniche grafiche a basso impatto ambientale condotti da artisti internazionali

I workshop sono sia rivolti ai principianti che avranno la possibilità di realizzare, partendo da zero, le proprie stampe, entrando nel modo più piacevole e gratificante nel mondo della grafica originale che specialistici per addetti ai lavori che hanno l’opportunità di confrontarsi con maestri che porteranno a Montefiore tecniche grafiche innovative.

Xilografia policroma 1: Camaïeu
by Umberto Giovannini
31 maggio - 2 giuno 2013

Bulino su rame 1: livello avanzato
by Jürgen Czaschka
1-5 luglio 2013

Incisione blu: corso di incisione calcografica non tossica
by Fabiola Mercandetti
e Marco Innocenzi
8-13 luglio 2013

Illustrazione
con linocut e letterpress
by Nick Morley
20-25 luglio 2013

Xilografia policroma 2:
livello avanzato
by Umberto Giovannini
1 - 13 agosto 2013
Bulino su rame 2: livello avanzato
by Jürgen Czaschka
13-15 settembre 2013

ab 2012

 

 

Edinburgh Printmakers Summer School 2012

Week 1: 16 - 19 July 2012 >
Digital Imaging and Screenprinting

Week 2: 23 - 26 July 2012 >
Alternative Etching

Week 2: 23- 26 July 2012 >
Stone Lithography

Week 3: 30 July - 2 August 2012 >
Japanese Woodblock Printing

UK - Scotland, Edinburgh
Booking a place on the summer school
To find out more about a course in our summer school or to book a place please contact:
enquiries@edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk
+44 (0)131 557 2479


Summer School courses run from Monday - Thursday 10 am - 5 pm with Friday being an optional free untutored day to complete any printing. Each course is also accompanied by comprehensive notes and a free associate membership of Edinburgh Printmakers until April 2011. Courses are booking now so book now to avoid disappointment!

 

Below are brief summaries of each course. For full details, visit our website:
www.edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk
<http://www.edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk>

ab 2011

 

 

Print Market Project

UK - Cardiff
Get in touch:
41a Market Road, Cardiff CF5 1QE
studio@printmarketproject.com
07775 707 875

 

The Print Market Project is a fine art print studio aiming to provide both the facilities and expertise to allow for progressive, diverse and exciting print related projects to be undertaken. The studio works with individuals and small groups in the creation and production of prints, across a range of process. We are able to work with artists who are experienced printmakers and need a place to create new prints, either one-offs or editions; but more fundamental is our ability to work with artists from a variety of disciplines in the development of their work using print as a vehicle for their fine art practice.

The PMP has the expertise and facilities to support your print needs and is keen to support artists in a Master Printer or technician capacity — just talk to us…

Pete Williams and Lou Thornton — Directors

Print Market Project offers:
— the use of studio facilities to create original print related artworks;
— a professional and fully comprehensible editioning service in the areas of silk-screen, etching and lithography;
— the opportunity to work directly with the master printer to develop a limited edition set of Fine Art Prints;
— support for the creation of specific artwork for print commissions and exhibitions;
— workshops and special events with lectures and demonstrations by invited artists and guests.

The studio also works on commissioned based work for the private and public sector. Bespoke work is always welcome POA.

Please contact the studio for further information.

 

The mission:
To evolve new projects that develop both in and out of our studio to bring the possibilities that print offers to the wider fore of fine art.
What they offer:
— Access for artists
— Master support and editioning
— Workshops and events

Artist Pete Williams, the Creative Director of the Print Market Project is exhibiting in two New York galleries during October and November.

2011 RBPMW Annual Member Show
October 13, 2011 – November 6, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, October 14, 2011, 6pm - 9pm
Closing reception: Friday, November 4, 2011, 6pm – 8pm

The office sells a small range of machine and hand-made papers and basic printmaking equipment. There is also a flat art work storage and workspace available.

 

 

 

 

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Edinburgh Printmakers
Summer School 2010
Our summer school for 2010 comprises four separate courses. Participants may choose to attend for one or more weeks. Each course lasts for 4 days allowing ample opportunity to learn each process and then explore it’s creative possibilities in a far more advanced way than a weekend course allows.

UK - Scotland, Edinburgh
Booking a place on the summer school
To find out more about a course in our summer school or to book a place please contact:
enquiries@edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk
+44 (0)131 557 2479


Summer School courses run from Monday - Thursday 10 am - 5 pm with Friday being an optional free untutored day to complete any printing. Each course is also accompanied by comprehensive notes and a free associate membership of Edinburgh Printmakers until April 2011. Courses are booking now so book now to avoid disappointment!

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Price per week is £330 which includes all materials. There is also a discount for those wishing to attend a class in both weeks, £620 for 2 weeks or £800 for all 3 weeks

Below are brief summaries of each course. For full details, visit our website:
www.edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk
<http://www.edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk>

week 1

Week 1: 19 - 22 July 2010
Digital Imaging and Screenprinting
Course Tutors: Gillian Murray, Leena Nammari

 

Digital imaging and Screenprinting will explore the fusion of old and new. Initially exploring ways of using Adobe Photoshop software to manipulate and prepare images for output to acetate. The course will concentrate on the practicalities of creating work digitally with a view to printing acetate separations for screenprinting. The acetates will then be exposed to screens and used to explore the images further using traditional hands-on printmaking techniques. There will be some exploration of combining layers made digitally with hand drawn (autographic) separations and ample opportunity for people to spend time with either digital manipulation or printmaking.

Previous experience: some basic experience of Adobe Photoshop and working with Apple Macs is required.

week 2

Week 2: 26 - 29 July 2010
Acrylic Resist Etching
Course tutor: Bronwen Sleigh

Our aim is to encourage a more experimental approach to etching & intaglio. The course will explore the use of water-based acrylic resists, new hard resists and etch processes (including photo-etching) that can make the whole process both safe and enjoyable! Beginning with a full examination of new photo-etch processes, we will further develop the images using a range of progressive etch techniques. Latterly we will examine printing techniques and the inks available.

We begin by looking at how these techniques have developed and how they relate to traditional photo printmaking processes. Finally our aim will be to integrate what we have already learnt about photo-etch technique with the various techniques of progressive resists. This will allow us to further manipulate the imagery and develop ideas and them

week 2

Week 2: 26 - 29 July 2010
Stone Lithography
Course tutor: Alastair Clark

This masterclass will explore the fascinating mark-making and layering possibilities of stone lithography. Working directly on the stones’ surface allows a direct approach to making marks and images. Explore drawing and transfer techniques including crayon, tusche washes, and photocopy transfers. Find out how to prepare stones for printing and experiment with this wonderful medium. This course gives a comprehensive introduction to Stone Lithography and is suitable either for those without previous lithography experience or for those wishing to refresh their skills. During the course each person will produce prints exploring the unique mark-making opportunities offered by the medium and learn the practicalities of preparing and printing lithographs by hand.

Edinburgh Printmakers has a well equipped lithography studio, with 3 motorised stone presses a wide range of stones and a stone-lift trolley to take much of the effort out of printing enabling the artist to focus on the creative possibilities of the medium.

week 3

Week 3: 2 - 5 August 2010
Japanese Woodblock Printing
Course Tutor: Paul Furneaux

This four day masterclass in Japanese Water-based woodblock printing will explore the wide range of materials and techniques used in this intriguing, subtle and ancient process. The course will consist of a combination of demonstrations, group exploration followed by the opportunity for each individual to create and print.

Paul was awarded a Monbusho scholarship to undertake a Masters in woodblock printing at Tama Art University Japan.

‘I have always admired the prints of the Ukiyoe masters. I subsequently became interested in the many contemporary Japanese printers using some of these limited and simple techniques in contemporary and often complex ways. The underlying themes in my work have remained similar over the years at times less obvious although there to be picked up on if desired. I feel the grain of the wood is an integral part of the finished print. Also the versatility of the hand made Japanese paper “Washi” has allowed me to print not only conventionally on the front of the paper but also through the back of the paper to.’

 

 

 

WORKSHOP ESTIVI DI Grafica d'Arte
Sommerworkshops Grafiktechniken - in Italien

Kupferstich 19-23 luglio
Japanischer Holzschnitt 26-30 Juli
Collagrafia /Collage 26-30 Juli
Kaltnadelradierung 2-6 agosto
Stoffdruck 2-6 agosto
Druck von Polymerplatten 8-13 agosto
Farbholzschnitt 8-13 agosto

Italien, Montefiore Conca, Emilia Romagna
(zwischen San Marino und Cattolica (Adria) > googlemaps)

www.opificiodellarosa.org/

Veranstaltungsort / Venue:
www.comune.montefiore-conca.rn.it/

 

foto:
www.opificiodellarosa.org/immagini/home/castello-solo450.gif

Il termine di iscrizione è il 10 maggio 2010
Anmeldeschluss ist der 10 Mai 2010
Die Workshops sind für Anfänger geeignet.

VACA organizza all’Opificio della Rosa,
all’interno del castello medievale di Montefiore Conca,
in luglio e agosto 2010
una serie di workshop di una settimana ciascuno
su tecniche grafiche a basso impatto ambientale condotti da artisti internazionali

I workshop sono sia rivolti ai principianti che avranno la possibilità di realizzare, partendo da zero, le proprie stampe, entrando nel modo più piacevole e gratificante nel mondo della grafica originale che specialistici per addetti ai lavori che hanno l’opportunità di confrontarsi con maestri che porteranno a Montefiore tecniche grafiche innovative.

 

 

 

Bulino su rame
Xilografia giapponese
Collagrafia
Puntasecca e carborundum
Stampa su tessuto
Incidere con i polimeri
Xilografia policroma

Il progetto dei workshop nasce in collaborazione con l’East London Printmakers,
studio e associazione d’incisori con sede a Londra,
che da anni sperimenta tecniche grafiche nel rispetto dell’ambiente.

per tutte le informazioni vedere il sito: http://www.opificiodellarosa.org/

 

 

 
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