Suitable for beginners or those who have completed Introduction to Bookbinding 1, 2 & 3.
Learn how to create handcrafted books from experts at the London Centre for Book Arts.
During this workshop participants will learn how to create by hand a classic “hardback” notebook – a full cloth-covered case bound book with a rounded spine, otherwise known as a round-back case binding.
These books are ideal for presenting work, sketchbooks, gifts, or as the basis for artist books.
On completion of the workshop participants will leave with their own hand bound book and the skills to make more at home using minimal equipment.
Introduction to Bookbinding 4 is the last in a four-part series of introductory bookbinding workshops at London Centre for Book Arts. You are encouraged, but not required, to take all four workshops in order. For a complete beginner, taking all four workshops in order will give you a good foundation in bookbinding.
All materials and tools provided.
Introduction to Bookbinding 4: Round-back Case Binding
Saturday 3 August 2019, 10am–5pm
Instructor: Kate Rochester
£95 (10% discount for Friends of LCBA & current students. There will be an option to become a Friend of LCBA at checkout. 20% discount for LCBA Studio Members & Studio Pass holders)
Workshop participants receive 15% discount on purchases made in-person from the LCBA Shop on the day of the workshop.
Cancellation policy: If you are unable to make a class, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can re-list it. We’re sorry, but workshop bookings cannot be cancelled or postponed after 7 days before the class.
Membership & Studio Passes: Access the unique facilities at LCBA for independent projects by becoming a member or purchasing a Studio Pass. Find out more.
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LCBA is wheelchair accessible and barrier free.
There are accessible and gender neutral toilets.
Public transport options to LCBA can be seen here: https://londonbookarts.org/about/ but the routes from stations to LCBA has uneven pavements that are narrow.
There are two disabled parking spaces just across the road from the entrance to LCBA.
Please contact us for more information on access.