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Book making class – at the Muck

Posted in Art Museums, Books & Magazines, Photo Art Business, Photography by douglaspstockdale on October 2, 2011

This Winter the Muckenthaler Cultural Center (a.k.a. The Muck, Fullerton, CA) introduces a unique and creative new Book-Arts Program for adults and high school students. From intricate diaries to wacky journals, students will learn the detailed art of handcrafting books. Taught by Betsy Holster, the class will be offered for two Winter Sessions and two Spring sessions, each session lasting for six weeks with one meeting per week on Thursday night from 6 to 9 p.m. The program will also host a special workshop to coincide with the Spring gallery opening of the Muck’s Combat Paper Exhibit, honoring war veterans through the transformation of their uniforms into paper. This special workshop will be held June 4-11, followed by the Combat Paper Exhibit which opens on June 21.

New Book-Arts Program

A unique and creative class for adults!
$180.00 per adult, $144 for members
Winter Sessions: 
January 2 – February 10
                             February 13 – March 23
Spring Sessions: March 26 – May 11
                             May 14 – June 22
Thursday 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

With years of experience in teaching, Ms. Holster is a highly respected instructor in art and craft; she specializes in Book Making using a wide variety of techniques such as creating materials, printmaking, and collage. She is currently an Associate Professor at Cal State Fullerton where she teaches Book-Arts and Papermaking as well as Materials and Methods classes.

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