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This January! Refine your Letterpress skills with Paul Moxon - CBPA Chicago

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  • Cochran, Jessica
    Need to refresh or refine your letterpress printing techniques? Want to better take care of your Vandercook? Sign up for a January workshop with Paul Moxon
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 17, 2010
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      Need to refresh or refine your letterpress printing techniques? Want to better take care of your Vandercook? Sign up for a January workshop with Paul Moxon at the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago.
      For questions or to register, call 312.369.6630 or email book&paper@.... Visit www.bookandpaper.org for more information.

      Proof Press Finesse
      January 5-6
      10-5
      Limit 10 students
      $195 (Members $175) (Add Vandercook Maintenance (see below) for a discounted total of $350 or $332 for members)
      Instructor: Paul Moxon
, Sward Visiting Artist
      Developed for intermediate printers, this problem-solving workshop will help improve the technical quality of your presswork. With a focus on production printing using proof presses we will closely examine the control of inking, cylinder packing, proper height of plates, form imposition, lockup and registration aids. By standardizing materials (as much as possible) we will do “minimum makeready” to achieve maximum results — just like Vandercook intended. Bravely bring examples of your worst printing to critique in class.

      Vandercook Maintenance
      January 7-8
      10-5
      Limit 12 students
      $175 (Members $157) (Add Proof Press Finesse (see above) for discounted total fee of $350 or $332 for members)
      
Instructor: Paul Moxon
, Sward Visiting Artist
      Join Paul Moxon for an in-depth review of the parts and functions of the Vandercook. Learn all the points of maintenance, lubrication and cleaning. This workshop takes you beyond cranking the press and into the mechanical what and why essential for troubleshooting. Paul will explain the differences between various models, so bring your questions, press photos and/or broken parts. Whether you use studio presses, own your own press or are thinking of buying one, this workshop will provide excellent direction for your future press work. Paul will also share examples from his collection of Vandercook literature.

      www.bookandpaper.org
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