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Re: week-long workshops?



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If you're in the mood for potentially life-altering summertime bookarts
workshops, try these:

         Penland School of Crafts in Penland, NC
         http://www.penland.org

         Paper & Book Intensive, this year at Haystack School of Crafts in
Deer Isle, ME
         http://www.paperbookintensive.org


Good luck!
John Cutrone
Red Wagon Bookworks
http://www.redwagonbookworks.com



>  From books to hands on opportunities....  I am planning to pursue 1-3
>week-long intensive workshops on the book arts in the coming year.  I
>have taken a few simple courses and have read and made a lot on my
>own.  It seems that there are programs and centers cropping up
>everywhere.  I am interested in improving my basic skills and I have
>a love for pop-up and other moveable techniques.
>
>Suggestions of good centers, workshops that I should consider?

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