The Lone Star Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers will be sponsoring Handmade Photo Album Structures & Strategies with Richard Horton in Dallas, Friday August 2 – Saturday, August 3. The workshop will be held at Books ‘n Letters Studio. The cost of the workshop is $200 for chapter members and $220 for non-members. A separate supply fee of $20 will be payable to the instructor for prepared materials brought to the workshop.
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Participants will learn basic structures and mounting types for planning/designing a substantial photo album project which may involve real photos of a variety of historical types. Exercises will give you a set of practical models to take home for further study, including the design of blank leaves, sewing them into a book, a slip-on album cover, larger leaves which mount multiple photos of varying sizes on both sides of the leaves. Also included – discussing problems, design and structural concerns with albums.
Richard Horton has been a book structure theorist and bookbinder for 25 years. He has published books and articles, and has given workshops and conference presentations for the American Institute for Conservation, The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, The Guild of Book Workers, and the California Hand Book Binders. He has an MLS and Certificate in Library and Archives Conservation from Columbia University, and is currently the Bookbinder/Conservator at Bridgeport National Bindery in Agawarn, MA. Mr. Horton is the author of : “A Hand Bookbinder’s Guide to Making Photo Albums” which will be available for purchase at the workshop ($30).
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