This workshop will orient students to the world of book repair. We will work with torn pages, ripped covers, and broken spines to rebuild damaged children’s books. Instead of making new covers to paper over the damage, we’ll respect the integrity of the original material to strengthen it for a new life of readability. In the process, we’ll get to work with the colorful images and text of historic children’s books. Think your damaged books are beyond repair? Think again, and learn how to make them readable with us.
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Our Bookbinding Instructor
Juliayn Coleman received a diploma in bookbinding and book conservation from the North Bennet Street School in Boston, Massachusetts in 2003. She is president of the Hand Bookbinders of California and
is a member of the American Institute for Conservation, the Guild of Book Workers (US)
and Designer Bookbinders (UK). She currently resides in Oakland, California, where she has a private practice in bookbinding and conservation. For more about Juliayn and her work, please visit: www.bookislandbindery.com
“Juliayn was able to assist each individual according to their skill level with professionalism and patience, making a great classroom experience.”