271Re: First Birthday Celebration for us!
- Aug 23, 2002JeezLouise has it been a whole YEAR!!!??!! Well, time flies when
you're having remodeling by idiots done. Ahhhhh, that's all over now.
Thank you all for helping me celebrate the new studio/bindery.
I'm planning on scheduling particular dates for some workshops - like:
"Eccentric Contemporary Book Structures"
"Who's Afraid of Leather?"
"Making Multiples - Paper casting"
"Boxes & Slipcases"
"Japanese Rechoso Binding"
and many more...
These will be small groups (well, you know the size of my studio) of
probably 6 to 8 people max, but can be repeated if there's a larger
sign-up. Here's the question: If I did these on a Saturday, would you
come? Sunday better? Weekday? Let me know what you think. I want to
make them accessable to the most people.
>ago >she introduced herself to the Santa Barbara community and said
> " Although I wasn't thinking of it at the time, it was a fitting
>birthday party to spend four hours last Saturday at Pat Baldwin's new
>studio in Santa Maria. For her it was a milestone as well; a year
she >wanted to create art events here. She hoped Pequeno Press would
be up >and running quickly, along with her classes and workshops. A
year must >seem an eternity of construction, but now it is open. And
it's >fabulous! We were treated to a dozen or so stations where we
could try >things - papermaking, marbling, paste papers, fimo, new
pattern making >gizmos, and more. We also met Lucy, Pat's intern, who
helped us >assemble a witty pop-up book she and Pat had designed for
this event. >Pat explained several weekend workshops she is ready to
present, as >well as a collaborative book project she is proposing for
our group. >She will post details soon. Pat and Lucy, thank you so
much for such a >wonderful opening."
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