Book Art Workshop: Book Binding

21st September 2018, 3:58pm | By David | Event Date : 29/11/2018

Working in our Archive Conservation Laboratory you will have the opportunity to create a beautiful notebook using traditional techniques over two afternoon workshops. Create your own bespoke marbled art work during our first workshop. This can be used as a cover for your own notebook, which you will learn how to make in the second workshop. Designed to go together, but these workshops can also be booked individually.

Workshop Two: Create your own notebook by learning the simple technique of single section binding.

£55 per workshop, or £100 for both.

Booking essential on 01249 705500.

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