Utilize design and creative problem solving while making unique and repurposed books! Using a variety of basic binding techniques, you will learn how to alter existing books to make journals, sketchbooks, and photo albums. No previous bookmaking experience necessary.
Rachael Mayer is a fiber artist based out of Boise, ID. With a BA in Anthropology & Ethnic Studies and an MFA in Studio Art, Rachael bridges her two areas of study by making work about communities, social networks, and systems. She moved frequently as a child and young adult and uses her experiences traveling across the country with her family to contextualize social constructions within landscape and topography. She has interned at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, she has exhibited her work across the United States, and has been published in the Surface Design Journal. Rachael grew up with a mother who quilted and uses sewing as a metaphor to connecting to community and the landscape around us. She has a MFA with an interest in fiber and paper sculptures.
This workshops takes place Sat, Mar 28, from 9:30am-4:30pm.