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Bookarts: Accordion Books
July 18 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$25 – $55
Description: In this 2 hour workshop, participants will come away equipped with a basic understanding of the tools required for bookbinding, and will learn how to create 2-3 accordion book forms. Paper materials provided. Beginners welcome.
Instructor: Isabel Diana
Class capacity: 10
Class meeting: Sunday, July 18th, 12-2pm PST
$25-55 sliding scale
2 no-cost spots available; BIPOC prioritized; reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire
2 binder clips
Participants can choose to purchase their own materials in advance of the workshop, or for participants joining locally, check out a material kit (contactless pickup) from the IPRC. Materials kits are available to borrow from the IPRC for a period of one week.
Isabel Diana (she/her) is a Canadian/Colombian Printmaker who primarily works with text and image. Their practice is strongly influenced by book arts in both use and also methodology. Working mainly in screenprint and digital they are constantly trying to mix and merge. They are currently a Print Media MFA candidate at PNCA whose body of work is currently focusing on intergeneration knowledge, displacement and self identity.
Social media : @tropicalglowbaby / @isabeldiana