E-luminated Tunnel Books :: Part 1
May 31st, 2015 10:00 AM
- Instructor: Becca Rose Glowacki
- Workshop Type: Binding
- Workshop Status: Closed
- Workshop Start: May 31st, 2015 10:00 AM
- Workshop End: May 31st, 2015 6:00 PM
- Sessions: 1
Learn to combine papercraft techniques with friendly, accessible electronics materials like copper tape, flat batteries, and bead-like LED lights. In this daylong course, we will apply these techniques to make glowing, interactive tunnel books that make creative use of light and shadow.
By the end of the day you will have learned to make simple circuits with copper tape, embed LED lights, add switches to create interactive behaviors, and construct a complete tunnel book.
No electronics experience necessary! The course is designed for complete beginners, and we are excited about sharing these fascinating materials with artists and creative crafters.
Materials to bring: All materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any decorative papers they would like to augment or decorate their tunnel book. Textured and translucent papers like vellum and tissue paper, or colored cellophanes and gels can create particularly beautiful effects with light.
Workshop + Materials Fee: $220
Date & Time: Sunday, May 31, 2015 | 10:00am-6:00pm
Location: 375 Rhode Island St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Note: Please read over the SFCB Registration Policies before signing up for a class
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE 3 DAYS PRIOR TO THE START DATE OF THIS WORKSHOP.
About the Instructors | Becca Rose & Natalie Freed
Becca Rose creates illustrations, animations, and paper puppetry that tell magical stories with light and shadow. As well as making art, Becca has over 10 years experience in teaching. Her infectious enthusiasm for her craft, and the gentle way in which she communicates her skills allow for engaging and fun workshops. Visit Becca’s website to see more of her work: http://www.beccarose.co.uk
Natalie Freed is a technologist and teacher with a lifelong love for craft and book arts. She currently teaches high school computer science, develops creative curriculum, and makes interactive books and electronic textile objects. She believes that technology is just another beautiful and fascinating material to play with. Her projects are documented at: http://www.nataliefreed.com.