Introduction to Foil Stamping

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$ 65.00

November 16th, 2015 6:30 PM

  • Instructor: Lara Durback
  • Workshop Type: Arts
  • Workshop Status: Closed
  • Workshop Start: November 16th, 2015 6:30 PM
  • Workshop End: November 16th, 2015 9:30 PM
  • Sessions: 1

Learn about the history of foil stamping in this 3 hour introductory workshop. Hot stamp brass type and ornaments on leather, board and paper. Bind simple pamphlet-stitch notebooks as a group. Learn resources for finding affordable and repurposed supplies to foil stamp on, and bring your own scraps to foil stamp. The class will troubleshoot what materials will work and what won't work. Expect to bring home some printed greeting cards or another hand-stamped object (if you feel so inspired!)

This is a great workshop for Scrapbookers and Crafters looking to expand their skills. Learn how versatile this machine is for Book Art or for jewelry making etc. Learning to use the Kwikprint is a good skill for printers or binders.


Materials to bring: None

Date & Time: Monday, November 16, 2015 | 6:30pm-9:30pm

Workshop Fee: $65

Location: 375 Rhode Island St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Note: Please review our Registration Policies before signing up for a class. If you are registering within 3 days of the start date for this class, please call 415-565-0545 ex.105 to complete your registration 


About the Instructor | Lara Durback

Lara Durback teaches letterpress classes that integrate the use of foraged materials at the San Francisco Center for the Book. She has worked as the Studio Director of the Book Art Studio at Mills College. She especially enjoys fixing Vandercooks. Lara taught a letterpress course at Naropa University's Summer Writing Program, and gave a talk on printing at SFMOMA's Shop Talk series. You can see her printing and/or writing work in Drift MagazineMrs. MaybeBombay Gin, the UK journal Hi Zero, and The Artist's Book Yearbook 2012-13Tripwire, and her archiving work at www.deepoakland.org. In 2013, with designer Andrew Kenower, she produced the letterpress publication Field WorkPoems on the Occasion of Mark diSuvero at Crissy Field for SFMOMA. She is a founding member of the new press collective Material Print Machine at the Omni Commons in Oakland https://omnicommons.org/

$ 65.00