Bookbinding 1, Wednesdays, January 15 - February 12
Wednesdays, January 15 - February 12, 6-9pm
Instructor: Elizabeth Castaldo
In this introductory class you will learn the basic use of bookbinding tools and materials, along with bookbinding structures. Students will learn about non-adhesive structures, bindings for single sheets, and other bindings that can be made with little specialized equipment. Accordion books, concertinas, pamphlets, butterfly books are a few of the structures that will be taught during the course.
This class is ideal for those who wish to learn simple forms for presenting work, or for building fundamental knowledge on bookbinding.
About the Instructor:
Elizabeth Castaldo is an artist, printmaker, and bookbinder living and working in Peekskill, NY and New York City. She was a 2017 - 2018 Scholar in Residence at the Center for Book Arts. She has taught courses at Nassau Community College, SCAD Atlanta, the Wallkill River School, and the Center for Book Arts. Castaldo received her MFA from SCAD Atlanta where she was a Dean’s Fellow in Printmaking and her BFA from the School of Visual Arts. Castaldo’s work has been exhibited internationally. Her work has been collected by the Savannah College of Art and Design, Carnegie Melon University, Yale University, and other institutions.