$220 (Simmons GSLIS Alumni Price $175)
November 3, 2012, 9:00am - 5:00pm - PDPs: 7
Participants will learn to transform simple sheets of paper into a variety of books, envelopes, folders, boxes and other useful objects through the art of paperfolding. Using a simple set of tools, we will manipulate paper (with the occasional cut & and rarely adhesive) into elegantly simple and dynamically functional objects. Participants will have the opportunity to work with many different papers as well as less conventional materials such as Tyvek®.
- bone folder
- Olfa break-off knife or a sharp X-acto knife
- 12" steel ruler
- 12 x 18" self-healing cutting mat
Bill Hanscom: Bill Hanscom is a conservation technician at the Weissman Preservation Center, where he treats a broad range of special collections materials for Harvard Library. He is a graduate of the Book Arts/Printmaking MFA program at The University of the Arts, and an adjunct instructor in Book Arts at Montserrat College of Art.
Please note: While we try to be as accurate as we can be with our workshop descriptions, please contact GSLIS CE or the workshop instructor to ensure that the class meets your expectations for content, format, rigor, etc.