Workshops

The Night Before Christmas

A lovely caroussel pup-up book by Clement Moore

Prior to the Chicago International Show 2020

  • Thu
    14
    Apr
    2016
    Chicago, USA

    Workshop Caroussel book Marriott Chicago O’Hare Hotel

    Location:
    MARRIOTT CHICAGO O'HARE
    8535 W. Higgins Road
    Chicago, IL  606


     

    Students will make the carousel book the Night Before Christmas with five scenes of the poem written by Clement Moore.  The complete poem in simple booklet, with illustrations of the carousel book will be made as well.  This pop-up book has two red Christmas bellscarousselboek as closure.  A workshop for students with good eyesight and a steady hand.  Cutting the scenes from the carousel book requires precision cutting.  Coming from overseas, it is difficult to bring in some supplies.  Students are asked to bring a snap-off knife (DeWalt) and cutting mat.

  • Thu
    12
    May
    2016
    London (UK)

    Workshop Miniaturebookbinding during the Kensington Dollshouse Festival
    www.igma.org/guild_london/
    www.dollshousefestival.com

    Locatie:krijnen
    Kensington Town Hall,
    Hornton Street,
    London W8 7NX
    UK


    BOOKBINDING IN MINIATURE - FROM SIMPLE BOOKS TO A SEWN LEATHER BOUND BOOK
    Tine Krijnen, IGMA Artisan

    Tuesday - Thursday

    This is your chance to fill your miniature rooms with lovely books—from simple books with and without flutes on the spine to a leather-bound book originally printed in 1637.  Students will learn bookbinding techniques to make simple books with illustrations and leather-covered books with flutes on the spine.

    You will learn to thread thread and tighten bookbinders twine and sew the 11 sections on the taut twine.  The sewn book will be the Tulip book by P. Cos, published in 1637, a miniature facsimile of a tulip catalogue.  This catalogue contains 54 gouaches of tulips, with their weight, name, and the amount for which they were sold and 7 aquarelles of carnations and flowers.

    All skill levels are welcome.  A steady hand and good eyesight are required.

    Class fee: £ 260 (IGMA members £ 245)
    In addition, a materials fee of £ 40 is to be paid to the instructor the first day of the class.