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[BKARTS] Northwest Book Arts Center presents Julie Chen workshop.

Hello, all...

We are again fortunate to have Julie Chen coming to Bainbridge Island,
WA to present a workshop for a week this summer.  For those of you who
have not taken a class with Julie, she is a wonderfully supportive
teacher who does a fabulous job of helping students work with content in
their books. Julie teaches book arts at Mills College in California in
addition to her artist book company, Flying Fish Press..

The workshop will be held at the Northwest Book Arts Center
(www.nwbac.org) , a new non-profit center just outside of Seattle,
dedicated to promoting and educating about the book arts.

The workshop dates are June 27- July 1, 2005 on Bainbridge Island. The
cost is $325 for the week plus $25 materials fee. The workshop location
is just 2 miles from the BI ferry terminal, commutable from Seattle.
Information about motel accommodations is also available.

Workshop title: Artists Books: Ideas, actions, transformations.
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm (1 hour lunch break)
Class limit: 12 students
Registration forms at www.nwbac.org
Deadline for application is June 9, 2005

Mail applications to:
PO Box 10443
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Attn: Lynn Hunting

Below is Julie's description of the class:

Artists' books: Ideas, Actions and Transformations

The latest installment in Julie Chen's popular "bookbrain" series
focusing on content studies for artists' books, this workshop will
feature innovative ways to jumpstart the creative process.

Through a combination of solid book arts technique and unfettered book
artists' vision, projects have been designed to help students break out
of their normal thought processes and working routines and develop new
ways for responding to ongoing personal themes, in-the-moment flashes of
inspiration and approaches to tried and true bookmaking media. Students
will also have the opportunity to have in-depth discussion about both
philosophical and practical issues concerning the design and production
of artists' books.

Emphasis will be placed on the development of a meaningful daily art
practice that can be adapted for use outside of the workshop setting.
Using innovative contemporary book structures, and various image and
text making techniques, students will produce a combination of
individual and collaborative works. While at least one project will be
finished during the course of the workshop, students will leave with
many prototype books, a wealth of ideas for future book projects, and a
fresh perspective on ways of approaching their studio work.

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