Circle Accordion with Pockets online workshop
February 24th, 2021 4:00 PM
- Instructor: Stephanie Jucker
- Workshop Type: Arts
- Workshop Status: Wait-list
- Workshop Start: February 24th, 2021 4:00 PM
- Workshop End: February 24th, 2021 6:00 PM
- Sessions: 1
This is a single-session online workshop.
This decorative and functional book can be made with materials you probably have lying around at home. With a little paper-folding, cutting, and tape this simple structure can be created in a short amount of time, no special tools required.
Lightweight, with useful pockets, it makes a great travel journal, place to store mementos, index card holder or personalized gift.
Materials to Bring:
- A sheet of paper about 22”x18”, approx 98lb. weight - about the thickness of construction paper. It can be any color or patterned. If that isn’t available students may recycle a paper grocery bag.
- Glue stick or tape
- Hole punch
- colored pencils
- stamps and stamp pads
- white out pen
- gel pens
- general crafting supplies
Workshop Fee: $45
Date & Time: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 :: 4-6pm Pacific time
Location: Online over Zoom
Please read over the SFCB Registration Policies before signing up for a class
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE 5 DAYS PRIOR TO THE START DATE OF THIS WORKSHOP.
About the Instructor | Stephanie Jucker
Stephanie Jucker is an exhibiting artist who uses mixed media and printing techniques in her paintings, books and art installations. Originally from London, where she earned her BFA, Stephanie has an MFA from Syracuse in painting printmaking and ceramics. With 25 years of teaching experience, she currently runs art classes at College of Marin, University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery, and Art Works Downtown in San Rafael.
Past Student Reviews:
“Very clear, step by step examples of techniques. Fun!”
“Stephanie shared her “what works best” advice and saved me using the wrong materials and techniques. Her manner is so light and engaging she held my interest.”
“I got to learn how to make a very special book using all materials I already had at home. I learned some skills and at the same time there was a lot of room for creativity.”