Endsheets Without End online workshop
July 28th, 2021 4:00 PM
- Instructor: Juliayn Coleman
- Workshop Type: Binding
- Workshop Status: Wait-list
- Workshop Start: July 28th, 2021 4:00 PM
- Workshop End: August 4th, 2021 6:00 PM
- Sessions: 2
- In-person or Online?: Online
This is a two session online workshop.
Sometimes we treat endsheets as just an afterthought, but they are an important part of every binding. They provide a visual and haptic transition from the outside of a book to the inside. They play a critical role in successful board attachment. They send subtle messages to anyone opening your binding about the form and function of what you’ve made. Making a good decision about what type of endsheet structure suits your binding idea best will impact it in a lasting way. Ignore endsheets at your peril!
In this workshop, students will learn six different endsheet varieties: Common Made, Alternate Made, Hooked, 16th-Century English, Leather Joint, and Zig Zag.
Class fee includes a materials kit with everything needed to make all six endsheet models.
Materials to Bring:
- Mailed kit from SFCB
- Adhesive and a brush: PVA, PVA/methycellulose mix, or wheat paste will all work just fine
Workshop Fee: $100
Tuition assistance is available; please apply here.
Date & Time: 2 Wednesdays :: July 28 and August 4, 2021 :: 4-6pm Pacific time
Location: Online over Zoom
SFCB online workshops are recorded; all registered students will have access to the videos for two weeks after the final session.
Please read over the SFCB Registration Policies before signing up for a class.
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO THE START DATE OF THIS WORKSHOP TO ALLOW TIME FOR KITS TO SHIP.
About the Instructor | Juliayn Coleman
Juliayn Coleman has been a professional bookbinder since her graduation from the North Bennet Street School bookbinding program in 2003. Her private practice encompasses all levels of book repair and conservation, custom portfolio and enclosure making, teaching, and being a good ambassador for the craft of bookbinding in general. Some of her creative and professional projects can be seen at www.bookislandbindery.com
Past Student Reviews:
“Juliayn explains process well, and anticipates where problems might come up. Its nice that she's happy to repeat things.”
“Juliayn is a wonderful teacher!”
“I loved how clear her instruction was, the camera views were wonderful, and I learned lots.”