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OCADU Book Arts Fair says
31st Annual Book Arts Fair
in the Great Hall of OCAD University
10:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday, December 5, 2015

OCAD University’s printmaking department presents the 30th annual Book Arts Fair. Come and browse the uniquely handmade and crafted works by many book artists, printmakers, artists, small publishers, students, professional artists, papermakers and printmaking suppliers.

This is a fundraiser! The money raised by donation and raffle tickets goes to the upcoming year’s students awards and initiatives in the OCAD Printmaking Department. Suggested donation of $5.00 (or more!)

Question? Email us at bookartsfair@gmail.com

Many thanks to ABOVEGROUND for supporting our Book Arts Fair over the years!!!

NEW THIS YEAR!

Workshops running during The Annual Book Arts Fair
Saturday, December 5th
100 McCaul Street
Room 287

RSVP with the workshop leader as soon as possible to secure your spot!

12:00 - 1:30 PM
Non traditional Bookmaking with Recycled Material
Lead by Micheline Montgomery
Spots available: 12

Notebook/Sketchbook creations made with recycled material using simple binding and art techniques. Materials are free and include milk carton paper, tea bag paper, paper fodder for collage, markers, crayons, pastels, inks ,glue and your imagination.

Anyone from 10 to 110 is welcome.

As an artist Micheline makes the effort to choose methods and materials that respect the earth. In her collages she used materials that were found, recycled and re-used rather than bought. As well, she used water-based paints, acid free glue, cotton rag or stone paper. Micheline is constantly exploring new ways to 'green' her art.

Contact Micheline at to michelinemontgomery@hotmail.com register

2:00 -3:30 PM
Alternative Methods of Open-Spine Bookbinding
Lead by Lani Burshtein
Spots available: 16

Alternate Methods of Open-Spine Bookbinding
This workshop will teach three beautiful, yet less commonly used techniques in open spine book-binding, using a step-by-step demonstration of retchoso, piano hinge and buttonhole binding. People with all levels of experience in bookbinding are welcome to join the workshop. Materials are provided.

Lani Burshtein is a third-year printmaking student at OCAD. Bookbinding, papercraft and embroidery are central to her interests. Her interest in sculpture also informs the creation of bookworks that incorporate pop-ups and alternative book structures.

Contact Lani at laniburshtein@gmail.com to register
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