Time(s) - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Atlanta Photography Group
Book Arts for Photographers – The Accordion Book Revealed
Use your photography to explore the sculptural side of books! Students in this four-week class will learn how to use the accordion book structure to reveal photographic narratives. Demos will be given on how to construct accordion books three different ways, plus a few more variations. Along the way, students will create their own handmade books that express their personal photographic content. All levels of experience are welcome.
Cynthia Lollis is a professor of printmaking and book arts in Atlanta. Many of her artists’ books and prints are collaborations with German artist, Daniela Deeg, under the name ETC Press. Collectors of her books and prints are museums, national libraries, academic libraries, and private libraries in Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the USA. Among other publications, Lollis and Deeg’s collaborative works have been published in the following books, Masters: Book Arts: Major Works by Leading Artists (Lark Books, 2011), Booknesses: Artists’ Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection (University of Johannesburg, 2017), Multiple – Vielseitig, (La Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg, 2020).
Web Site: Cynthia Lollis
Participants will need to purchase materials for this workshop. The following is a basic list. A more detailed list, including where to purchase materials will be provided upon registration.
- Book Board
- At least three different colors of Card Stock Paper
- Exacto Knife Cutting matt
- Metal Edged Ruler
- PVA glue
- Wax Paper
- Glue Brush
- 3m Dry Adhesive
- Linen Book Thread
- Bookbinding Needle
- And of course…. Photographs!!!
Books Arts for Photographers – The Accordion Book Revealed
Instructor: Cynthia Lollis
Date(s) – Saturdays, July 8-29, 2023
Time(s) – 11:00am-1:00pm
Location – In-Person at the APG Gallery
Workshop Fee – $225 member/$275 non-member
Minimum Enrollment – 4
Maximum Enrollment – 8