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Traditional Art Portfolio A3 - Online 3rd April 2022 (9.30am - 12.30pm)

$50.00 - $250.00

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A beautiful and practical Art Portfolio, made with traditional bookbinding techniques, is unsurpassed in quality and luxury. Whether you use it to store all your beautiful art work or as a lover of beautiful papers, a traditional portfolio like this one is priceless.

Over one session you will learn how to make:
i) A Traditional Art Portfolio in A3, covered in book cloth with beautiful Marbled papers.

This is a portfolio constructed in the best of traditional box making technique, using materials that will endure over time.

Date: 3rd April 2022
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Tools you will need:
Bone Folder
Ruler
Pencil
A board cutting knife (absolutely necessary)
Scalpel and blade or paper knife
Cutting mat
Magazines for waste paper

Materials in your Bookbinding Box:
PVA
Book cloth
Book Board
Marbled paper
Ribbon

A full materials pack will be couriered out to you, free post. Closing date for booking for those requiring materials delivery in the Sydney Metro areas is 4 days before class commences. Everywhere else in Australia is 10 days before class commences.

This workshop booking is for one person only. Additional participants must book in individually, regardless of household arrangement or age.

This is a technical workshop. The workshop requires a certain level of capability and confidence in using sharp instruments and being able to follow verbal instructions is expected.

Refunds:
No refunds for Online workshops once commenced. A Zoom link shall be sent out to you a few days before. We shall start gathering students 10 minutes before the workshop. Lateness shall not be accommodated.

Workshop written and delivered by Isabelle Ting McGowan © 2018 Isabelle Ting McGowan. All rights reserved.