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          CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
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Lori,
the Cbbag offers a home study course
by way of video instruction, in three
courses on bookbinding.

Look at what they have to offer at:
cbbag.ca/bkarts.html
and scroll down to where you see:
Home Study Programme.

This might be a good place to start
as finding local bookbinders has been
for me an adventurous task.

Another good place to start looking
for bookbinders in your geographic
area would be to visit Tom Bannister's
site at:
bookarts.com
just look for the heading of Directory
and search till you find someone that
might be able to help you.

Best of luck, and keep up that interest,
some may tell you its fruitless, but just
lok around you, every book is bound, and
some are bound crappily, its up to US
to save these books from obscurity.  A
book IS NOT a throw-away commodity!

All the best,

Rommel John Miller
The Ozymandian Pressman and Binder
Baltimore, MD
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>Ahem...
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>WOID: A journal of visual language
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>----- Original Message -----
>From: Lori Liggett <lorilig@BGNET.BGSU.EDU>
>Date: Thursday, February 28, 2002 10:46 am
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>> I am relatively new to book art, but I am becoming more and more
>> intriguedwith it every day.  Can anyone suggest some good resource
>> materials that I
>> might find useful to study?  Are there any book arts journals or even
>> magazines or newsletters that you can recommend?  Thanks in
>> advance.  Lori
>> Liggett
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