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Create a Notebook with Concrete Nature
March 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
During this workshop, Clementine will help you to create your own softbound notebook using recycled paper stocks and bookbinding tools. You will learn a simple bookbinding technique known as the pamphlet stitch, a technique which can be used to create notebooks and as a basis for artists’ books and zine-making.
A leaflet with step-by-steps instructions and bookbinding tips will be provided to accompany during the workshop and for you to take home alongside with your brand new notebook!
No prior experience or skills necessary.
All materials and tools provided.
Suitable for ages 18+.
This workshop will take place on the 3rd floor of the 1912 Mill, the venue for our artists’ book and print fair, Printed Bound. Visit our Eventbrite collection to see the rest of the weekend’s workshops, and see our website for more info and a full list of stallholders. CLICK HERE.
About your teacher
Clementine Carriere is the founder of Concrete Nature, an environmentally conscious creative studio based in Glasgow. Her practice explores design, nature and sustainability through curatorial, educational and publishing practices. She produces limited edition risograph prints and printed good inspired by nature, architecture and design.
Find her at @concretenaturestudio on Instagram!
About the venue
Sunny Bank Mills is an inspirational cultural destination in the heart of the local community of Farsley, Leeds. Founded in 1829, these glorious Mills are being regenerated by the sixth generation of the family owners, creating a wonderful blend of work, leisure and culture.
Course terms and booking conditions
Workshop and course bookings can be cancelled and refunded up until 7 days before the scheduled start date. As materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than 7 days before the workshop date. Please note that Eventbrite’s booking fee is non-refundable.
If we need to cancel the course for any reason your ticket will be fully refunded.
The venue of this workshop is on the 3rd floor of the 1912 Mill, which is accessed via three flights of stairs or a wheelchair accessible lift. There are accessible toilets on the ground and 2nd floor of the venue. We will have attendants on hand to offer assistance throughout the day. If you have any queries, please email [email protected].