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[BKARTS] Register for Workshop before July 30 deadline

Please excuse cross postings. And note that deadline is Friday of this week!!

The Chemise and Matchbox-  A One Day workshop by Pam Barrios

Date:  August 7, 2004 9:30-4 Kolarik Book Studio; 216 North Hall, Univ. 
of Iowa Campus, Iowa City, Iowa

Cost: $70 for Guild members; $85 for non-members. Cost includes all
Deadline for registration is July 30, 2004.  

Enrollment limited to 12.

Co-Sponsored by the Midwest Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers 
(http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw/chapters/midwest/) & The 
University of Iowa, Center for the Book (http://www.uiowa.edu/~ctrbook/). 

This version of the slipcase removes the danger of damage on removal 
of the book. The chemise and book can easily be removed by pushing on the spine at either end. It is a tight construction, which requires no additional clasps or ties and provides pressure for vellum books.
Construction is surprisingly simple. All components are cut at the 
same time. In this workshop participants will construct a model chemise and matchbox, then construct a box for a book they will bring from home. 

For this workshop, books should not be larger than 9 inches tall and 7 
inches wide, but the construction holds up with books even larger. Decorative elements will be discussed, as well as variations to the construction, and its conservation and artistic adaptations.

Pamela Barrios was introduced to conservation at the New York
Botanical Gardens in 1976. She subsequently was hired by the New York Public Library and trained by Elaine Schlefer in the methods used by Carolyn Horton Associates. She was on the conservation staff at Yale University and the NY Academy of Medicine and in 1990 moved to Utah as Special Collections Conservator at Brigham Young University's Harold B. Lee Library.
Former chair of the Guild of Book Workers Standards of Excellence Seminar, co-chair of the GBW Rocky Mountain Chapter for its first 6 years, and Instructor of Bookbinding at the Marriott Library Book Arts program from 1996-2001, she is an avid supporter of the book arts. Her artist books and design bindings have been exhibited internationally.

To register send check made out to "Guild of Bookworkers"
Midwest Chapter Treasurer
Karen Hanmer
709 Rosedale Road
Glenview, IL 60025

Jeanne Drewes
Assistant Director for Access & Preservation
Michigan State University Libraries
100 Library Room W-108A
East Lansing, MI 48824-1048

517 4326123 ext. 147  
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