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[BKARTS] TIMELESS TECH 2002; SANTA, ID.
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TIMELESS TECH 2002; SANTA, ID.
The following class schedule is a dry listing of the events. It in no way
can give even a glimpse of the richness of the experience and the great
time we all had together.
For information of a different kind see:
Tom Conroy. Knife sharpening. Different styles of leather paring and wood
Tom Conroy. Making finishing presses. Narration and demonstration: choice
of wood, drilling and threading.
Denise Carbone. Storage books. Construction and use. Presented by Denise
for Hedi Kyle.
Melissa Moreton. Presentation with accompanying photographs of Papermills
she visited. Basel, Switzerland; Fabriano and Amalfi, Italy.
Field trip day. Visiting Moscow, ID and surrounding points of interest.
Janet Wagner. An illuminated letter. Historic background. Instruction with
the option to create an illuminated letter.
Gudrun Aurand. Adhesive Bindings. Historic context.
Movie night. Paper making in India. Parchment making in Ethiopia.
Richard Spelker. Cochineal inks and dyes. Built on Jim Stroud's findings.
Rip brought a wealth of sample dyes to test with.
Denise Carbone. Sewing Stitches. Their functional and decorative
application, based on a class Betsy Eldridge gave 1991 at a PBI in
Indianola, WA. Each participant was handed an instructional booklet with
text, image and practise card. Denise had created and spiral bound this
Tom Conroy. Making tooled designs using common gold tooling tools without
layout, without gold (i.e. blind tooled designs).
Jack Thompson. Knife sharpening for paring leather. Medium: wet-dry
aluminum oxide. The session was preceded by video about knife sharpening.
Barbara Tetenbaum. Introduction into Reduction- Stenciling Techniques.
Carving and printing of images, all materials supplied by Barbara. Barbara
showed a Leporello folding technique that connects boards and images made,
to create a book format.
Melody Eckroth. Right brain - left brain. An overview of the written word
and its impact on human society. The presentation was based on the book:
The Alphabet versus the Goddess. The conflict between word and Image by
Leonard Shlain. 1998.
Gary Frost. Exploring Book Craft Kit Production, Marketing and Vending by
Summary of Chris Clarkson's workshop: Endbands, end of spinebands and
headbands; July 2002 Cambridge, MA.
Ethan Ensign. Alternative re-backing for 19th century cloth bound books.
Paula Jull. Cyanotype. 1840ies photographie. Introduction into its history.
Paula provided help and all materials to make our own cyanotype. Eternal
Consciousness provided the sun.
Tom Conroy. Opening a book to 360 degrees. Ideology and demonstration.
Shanna Leino. Leather work before covering. Blind tooling, pierce work, cut
leather applique over gilt parchment.
Pam Spitzmüller. Skin sewing techniques. Materials to be sewn: leather,
vellum, rawhide, buckskin. Materials as sewing medium: thread, vellum
strips, sinew. Sewing implemets: needles (glover, domed, sharp);
hog-bristle needle (wax-end); pricking wheel; lacing punch, hole punch.
Jim Croft. Historic and modern methods of choosing and working wood for
Nick Jaeger. Unfettered, unbound and writing free - Quill cutting.
Vacme-Press. Introduction and demonstration.
Tom Conroy. Smoke proofs of finishing tools. Capturing of Maker's Mark.
Meeting. Assessment of workshop, suggestions for next year.
Wednesday 7-24-02 through Wednesday 8-07-02
Jim Croft provided space, tools, help, everything. Melody Eckroth, Janet &
Steve Wagner took care of our physical well being by providing delicious
meals. All provided spiritual support with their music.
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-5610
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