Education

UK Courses

This list was updated by Designer Bookbinders in January 2019. Updates are frequently made but only when new information is received from the institution or organisation concerned. Therefore, the accuracy of the information at any given time cannot be guaranteed. The listing of any institution, organisation or individual should not be regarded as constituting any form of ratification or endorsement by Designer Bookbinders.

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Ayrshire

Tom McEwan
Courtyard Studios, 128 Harbour Street, IRVINE, KA12 8PZ

T: 07851 416048
E: tmcewan@ed-co.net
W: mcewan.co.uk

Regular Saturday workshops held throughout the year with additional options for personal, tailored tuition. Bindery hire also available.


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Cheshire

Bookbinding in Cheshire: Weekend workshops with Dominic Riley & Michael Burke

Chester Rd, Kelsall, Tarporley, CW6 0SB

T: 015395 31161
E: dominicbookbinder@gmail.com

All workshops cost £150, plus materials, and run from 9.30 - 5.30

Restoring Cloth Bindings
Dominic Riley
February 16 & 17 2019
This class covers all aspects of the restoration of cloth bindings. We'll strip and reline the spine, and repair the original. The cover will be rebacked with dyed cotton using a technique which ensures an invisible repair. Additional techniques will include: paste-washing dirty cloth, the use of using acrylics to fill in stains, and repairing boards with Japanese paper, all of which help to restore the binding while preserving the aged look and feel of the book.
Materials: £15

The Nag Hammadi Codex
Michael Burke
March 16 & 17 2019
Uncovered in Egypt in 1945, these books are the earliest codex bindings ever found. We will make our version of this 3rd century book from a textblock of papyrus, bound together with knotted leather tackets, and boards stiffened by layers of papyrus. The book is covered with hand-dyed North African goatskin, held closed with leather ties and wrapping bands, which are integrated to the cover using a delicate slotting and lacing technique.
Materials: £40

Introduction to Hand Tooling
Dominic Riley
April 20 & 21 2019
Learn to execute neat finishing without gold leaf, concentrating on the skills necessary to achieve good lettering and decoration of spines and boards. Techniques covered include: blind tooling on leather; tooling with carbon paper to achieve a solid black result; freestyle tooling on leather or cloth using the one line wheel; tooling titles in gold, carbon and blind, using a template to ensure accuracy; and tooling gold lines using a fool-proof guide.
Materials: £30


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Cornwall

Perfect Bindings

T: 07582 783965
E: megan@perfectbindings.co.uk
W: perfectbindings.co.uk

Tutor: Megan Stallworthy

Workshops in traditional and contemporary book forms at arts centres and book festivals in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.

Full details can be found on the website, with new workshops added throughout the year.


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Cumbria

Higham Hall
Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth, Cumbria, CA13 9SH

T: 017687 76276
E: booksurgeon@gmail.com (email address for tutor)
W: highamhall.com

2019 Course Dates (All bookings made through their website)
•  March 8-11 Bookbinding for beginners
•  May 10-14 Bookbinding and Restoration
•  July 19-22 The Bradel Binding
•  October 4-7 The Mighty Spring-back binding

Tutor: Doug Mitchell:
Apprenticed, Indentured, bookbinder, furthering his craft skills at the The British Museum bindery, The Foreign Office press Bindery and The British Library Centre for Conservation where he gained a level 3 NVQ qualification in Mentoring and Tutoring. A member of The Society of Bookbinders, East Anglia Region.


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Derbyshire

HF Holidays
Bookings through their website.

W: hfholidays.co.uk

•  October 25-28, 2019 - Beginners bookbinding at Dovedale

Tutor: Doug Mitchell:
Apprenticed, Indentured, bookbinder, furthering his craft skills at the The British Museum bindery, The Foreign Office press Bindery and The British Library Centre for Conservation where he gained a level 3 NVQ qualification in Mentoring and Tutoring. A member of The Society of Bookbinders, East Anglia Region.


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Devon

Dartington Hall, Dartington Craft Education Centre
The Old Postern, Dartington, Totnes. TQ9 6EA

T: 01803 847000 (Dartington Hall Reception Office)
T: 01803 865371 (Mary Bartlett's Private No.)
W: dartington.u-net.com

Tutor: Mary Bartlett

Regular two-hour classes in ten-week terms organised independently of the college by Mary Bartlett at the Dartington Craft Education Centre on the Dartington Hall estate. Afternoon and evening sessions available. One-off day courses for groups can also be arranged. Contact Mary Bartlett for details.

dartington.org/event/crafted-bookbinding-10-week-course

Additional info here:
dartington.org/whats-on/programme/craft-revolution/printmaking-bookbinding

At Craft Revolution they run bookbinding courses over the year with Tom O'Reilly at:
bookbindery.co.uk


Perfect Bindings

T: 07582 783965
E: megan@perfectbindings.co.uk
W: perfectbindings.co.uk

Tutor: Megan Stallworthy

Workshops in traditional and contemporary book forms at arts centres and book festivals in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.

Full details can be found on the website, with new workshops added throughout the year.


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Dorset

Nesta Rendall Davies
Leafwork Studio, based in west Dorset

T: 01297 489976
E: nesta@leafwork.co.uk
W: leafwork.co.uk
FB: facebook.com/Leafworkstudio

Flexible, friendly teaching with short courses, bespoke workshops, 1:1 tuition.


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Kent

Bookends Bindery, Units 5/6 Bourne Road Industrial Estate, Bourne Rd, Crayford DA1 4BZ

W: bookendsbindery.co.uk
W: bookbindingjoe.com (website of tutor, Joe Dixon)

Tutor: Joe Dixon

The Bookends Bindery is a small workshop, consisting solely of trained craftspeople. The Bindery's principal speciality is book restoration and conservation to the extremely high standards expected by archivists and conservators. Tuition is available see the website for details.

•  1-Day Introduction to Bookbinding course: 16th March 2019
•  Evening Bookbinding Taster Course: 16th April 2019


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London

The Black Fox Bindery
The Glass Door, 10 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, London, N16 5SA

T: 07929 549140
E: nicky@blackfoxbindery.com
W: blackfoxbindery.com

Tutor: Nicky Oliver + various guest tutors

Over the previous years Black Fox has hosted a selection of successful workshops, covering a variety of subjects and techniques. Black Fox Bindery also plays host to guest binders or makers who may not have space of their own to teach. She also offers one-to-one tuition plus bench rental. Contact Nicky directly for more information.


The City Literary Institute

Keeley Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 4BA

T: 020 7492 2700 (Visual Arts Dept.)
T: 020 7831 7831 (enrolment)
E: visualarts@citylit.ac.uk (enquiries)
E: infoline@citylit.ac.uk (enrolment)
W: citylit.ac.uk/courses/art-and-design/contemporary-crafts/bookbinding

Tutor: Sue Doggett

City Lit runs taster days, starter courses and longer courses that will enable you to learn and build skills in bookbinding, book arts and book conservation. There are also specialist courses in gold tooling, decorative techniques and working with leather. Book conservation courses offer practical instruction in paper repair, leather and cloth conservation, hand tooling and machine blocking. If you are interested in the creative potential of bookbinding, we have a range of book arts courses that explore both classic and innovative techniques and structures to produce unique books and small editions.


GoodLife Centre
49-55 Great Guildford St, London, SE1 0ES

W: thegoodlifecentre.co.uk
W: bookbindingjoe.com (website of tutor, Joe Dixon)

Tutor: Joe Dixon

The Goodlife Centre is an independent learning space situated near Tate Modern, Central London. They offer practical boutique workshops in DIY, Home Maintenance, Decorating, Upholstery, Woodwork & Carpentry, Furniture Upcycling & Restoration and various traditional hand Crafts including bookbinding.

•  Evening Bookbinding Taster Course: 12th February 2019
•  1-Day Introduction to Bookbinding course: 6th July 2019
•  Travel Journal Course: 4th May 2019


The Learning and Enterprise College Bexley

Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, DA7 4EZ
T: 020 3045 5176
W: lecb.ac.uk
E: enquiries@lecb.ac.uk

Tutor: Jacqueline Arscott

This class has been running for some 50 years in one form or another and was taken over by Jacqueline in October 2018. It is a well-stocked workshop where students with some experience in bookbinding work on their own projects with minimal supervision. The class runs from 1 to 3pm on a Thursday afternoon during term time.


London Centre for Book Arts (LCBA)

Britannia Works, 56 Dace Road, London E3 2NQ

T: 020 8510 9810
E: hello@londonbookarts.org
W: londonbookarts.org

London Centre for Book Arts is an artist-run, open-access studio providing education programmes for the community and access to printing, binding and publishing resources for artists, writers, designers and publishers. Workshops range from traditional bookbinding and printmaking to contemporary publishing practices and print technologies.

Introduction to Bookbinding 1, 2, 3 & 4
A four-part series of introductory bookbinding workshops at London Centre for Book Arts. You are encouraged, but not required, to take all four workshops in order. For a complete beginner, taking all four workshops in order will give you a good foundation in bookbinding.

•  Introduction to Bookbinding 1: Pamphlets, Stab Bindings & Concertinas
•  Introduction to Bookbinding 2: Single Section Case Bindings
•  Introduction to Bookbinding 3: Exposed Spine Bindings
•  Introduction to Bookbinding 4: Round-back Case Bindings

All upcoming workshops can be found at londonbookarts.org/workshops


Morley College
61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT

T: 020 7928 8501
F: 020 7928 4074
E: enquiries@morleycollege.ac.uk
W: morleycollege.ac.uk

Tutors: Young Sin Kim and David Mills

Intermediate and advanced day and evening classes catering for all abilities and interests. All tuition is tailored to individual requirements.


Richmond Adult Community College
Richmond Art School. RHACC, Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RE

T: 020 8891 5907 (General Enquiries)
E: art@rhacc.ac.uk
W: racc.ac.uk
W: bainbridgeconservation.com (website of Abigail Bainbridge)

Tutors: Abigail Bainbridge & Jennifer Urwin

Upcoming courses for 2019, courses tend to repeat termly:
Intro to Bookbinding & Conservation:
rhacc.ac.uk/course/introduction-bookbinding-conservation
Book Decoration: Gold & Blind Tooling:
rhacc.ac.uk/course/book-decoration-gold-blind-tooling
Introduction to Boxmaking:
rhacc.ac.uk/course/introduction-boxmaking-drop-spine-solander-box
Bookbinding Workshop - Intermediate:
rhacc.ac.uk/course/bookbinding-workshop-intermediate
Artists Books & Printmaking:
rhacc.ac.uk/course/artists-books-printmaking


Shepherds Falkiners
30 Gillingham Street, London, SW1V 1HU

T: +44 (0)20 7831 1462
W: bookbinding.co.uk

A wide variety of tuition is available offering beginner's bookbinding courses and also paper making, box making and fine binding techniques. Full details are available on the website. Shepherds are also involved in the 'Bound by Veterans' scheme. They are running a programme of workshops, details of which can be found in the WILTSHIRE tab.

Full details are available on the website.


South West London Bookbinding Class
The Salvation Army Hall, 16-18 Blantyre Street, London SW10 0DT

T: 020 7837 9980
E: rosemaryjeffreys@talktalk.net (organiser)

Tutor: Midori Kunikata-Cockram

Three terms of part-time classes on Tuesday afternoons.Open to all levels of student, offering class and individual tuition.

The class is arranged with the students sharing the modest costs. The current venue is at World's End in Chelsea. If you are interested in joining please do get in touch with the organizer, Rosemary Jeffreys.


St Bride Foundation
Bride Lane, Fleet St, London EC4Y 8EQ

T: 0207 353 3331
W: sbf.org.uk
W: bookbindingjoe.com (website of tutor, Joe Dixon)

Tutor: Joe Dixon

•  1-Day Introduction to Bookbinding course: 24th February 2019
•  Japanese Binding Course: 30th March 2019
•  Travel Journal Course: 7th April 2019


Studio Five
First Floor, The Mews, 46-52 Church Road, Barnes, London, SW13 0DQ

T: 0208 563 2158
E: studio5bookarts@aol.co.uk
W: studio5bookbindingandarts.blogspot.com

A range of open studio sessions, short courses, contemporary practices and specialist workshops. Studio 5 has structured courses in contemporary bookbinding, box making, restoration and book arts, from beginners through to advanced.


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Norfolk

The Book Studio
14 Blofields Loke, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6ES

T: 01263 734779
W: thebookstudio.co.uk

Tutor: Judith Ellis

One-day courses in bookbinding.


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Northamptonshire

Knuston Hall
Knuston Hall, Irchester, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN29 7EU

T: 01604 362200
E: enquiries@knustonhall.org.uk
W: knustonhall.org.uk

Bookings through their website or by emailing.
•  February 8-10, 2019 - Bookbinding and Restoration
•  July 1-3, 2019 - Bookbinding and Restoration
•  Nov. 11-13, 2019 - Enclosures for Books (box making)

Tutor: Doug Mitchell
Apprenticed, Indentured, bookbinder, furthering his craft skills at the The British Museum bindery, The Foreign Office press Bindery and The British Library Centre for Conservation where he gained a level 3 NVQ qualification in Mentoring and Tutoring. A member of The Society of Bookbinders, East Anglia Region.


Lamport Hall
Lamport, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 9HD

E: booksurgeon@gmail.com (email address of tutor, Doug Mitchell)
W: lamporthall.co.uk

One day Bookbinding Taster workshops (sewn board binding)
•  April 27th, 2019
•  August 3rd, 2019

Tutor: Doug Mitchell
Apprenticed, Indentured, bookbinder, furthering his craft skills at the The British Museum bindery, The Foreign Office press Bindery and The British Library Centre for Conservation where he gained a level 3 NVQ qualification in Mentoring and Tutoring. A member of The Society of Bookbinders, East Anglia Region.


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Shropshire

The Grange
Grange Road, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 9DE

T: 01691 623495
E: rose@thegrange.uk.com
W: thegrange.uk.com

Tutor: Rosie Ward-Allen

The Grange specialises in offering a range of courses focused around the traditional skills of making a book. In 2019 it is offering four courses in Bookbinding, three in Letterpress Printing and one in Paper Marbling.

The residential courses are held in a beautiful Georgian country house, with a fully equipped bindery and print room. Enjoy a wander round the ten acres of grounds plus great home-cooked food too.

Bookbinding Course 2019
9th - 12th May - Hand-sewn Quarter Tab Binding (Glenn Malkin)
6th - 9th June - Beginners Bookbinding - the Case Bound Book (Jim MacWilliams)
4th - 7th July - Stub-bound Half Leather (Glenn Malkin)
26th - 29th September - Full Leather Cambridge Panel Binding (Glenn Malkin)

Letterpress Printing courses 2019 with Ken Burnley and Jon Ward-Allen
3rd - 6th May - Multi-colour Booklet Printing
6th - 9th June - Letterpress Printing for Beginners
3rd - 6th October - Printing Cards and Calendars

Paper Marbling 2019 with Jill Sellars
26th - 28th April - An Introduction to Paper Marbling


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Somerset

Dillington House
Ilminster, TA19 9DT

T: 01460 258 648
W: dillington.com

A range of beginners' short courses in January and May alongside longer ones (Monday lunch time to Friday lunch time) in March, June and November. A specialist also comes to do a course in September. The Dillington studio is reasonably well-equipped (with the Urchfont stock), and is a lovely room to work in, while the house and grounds are stately and comfortable, and the food is excellent.

2019 Programme:
•  March 11th-15th: Angela Sutton - General bookbinding (optional subject Headbanding)
•  May 10th-13th: Sarah Jarrett-Kerr - Clamshell box
•  June 10th-14th: Angela Sutton - General bookbinding (optional subject gold tooling with foil)
•  Sept 23rd-27th: Dominic Riley - Full leather binding with Cambridge panel
•  November 11th-15th: Angela Sutton - General bookbinding (optional subject tbc)


Hannah Brown
Bowlish Grange, Forum Lane, Bowlish, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5JL

T: 01749 939014
T: 07740 082672
E: hannah@han-made.net
W: han-made.net

Private tuition by arrangement. Bowlish Grange is a beautiful house of Jacobean origins with the guest cottage available for rent on a self-catering basis for longer programmes of tuition.


HF Holidays
Bookings through their website.

W: hfholidays.co.uk

•  April 12-15, 2019 - Beginners bookbinding at Selworthy

Tutor: Doug Mitchell:
Apprenticed, Indentured, bookbinder, furthering his craft skills at the The British Museum bindery, The Foreign Office press Bindery and The British Library Centre for Conservation where he gained a level 3 NVQ qualification in Mentoring and Tutoring. A member of The Society of Bookbinders, East Anglia Region.


Perfect Bindings

T: 07582 783965
E: megan@perfectbindings.co.uk
W: perfectbindings.co.uk

Tutor: Megan Stallworthy

Workshops in traditional and contemporary book forms at arts centres and book festivals in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.

Full details can be found on the website, with new workshops added throughout the year.


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Surrey

Surrey Adult Learning
Sydenham Rd, Guildford, GU1 3RX

T: 0300 200 1044
E: dianasyms@aol.com
W: surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/adult-learning

Tutor: Diana Syms

Bookbinding: Repair and Restoration
Two courses running from 10.00-12.30 and 1.00-3.30 on Wednesdays at the Adult Learning Centre.


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Sussex

Bookbinders of Lewes
Unit 12 Star Brewery, Castle Ditch Lane, Lewes, BN7 1YJ

T: 01273 486718
W: bookbindersoflewes.co.uk

Tutors: Rachel Ward-Sale and Jill Prole

Regular one day classes on various binding styles, short courses and private tuition by arrangement.


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West Sussex

Otter Education Ltd
Cissbury, Ashfield Road, West Sussex, GU29 9JS
T: 01730 352042
T: 01730 35204
W: ottereducation.com

Monthly classes in bookbinding including City and Guilds as well as our own curriculum.


West Dean College
West Dean, Chichester, West Sussex. PO18 0QZ

T: 01243 818300 (Bookings Office)
E: short.courses@westdean.ac.uk
W: westdean.ac.uk

Bookbinding Tutors for Short Courses include: Louise Brockman, Tracey Bush, Susan Hufton, Marysa De Veer, Peter Jones and Rachel Ward-Sale.

Short Courses: Residential and non-residential weekend and week-long courses in contemporary and traditional bookbinding and related subjects. Tutors are established practitioners and courses take place in well-equipped workshops and studios. Courses include a range of a bookbinding styles, making artists books, paper marbling and paper making.

For details of the current programme call the Bookings Office.

Full-time Book Conservation Courses: Full-time vocational one-year graduate and postgraduate diplomas in conservation of books and library materials, run by Mariluz Beltran de Guevara at West Dean College. The graduate programme is for students entering book conservation after undergraduate study, or for those who wish to consolidate their existing experience in book conservation. The postgraduate programme is for students who have completed the graduate year, and who wish to study book conservation at a more advanced level. There is an option to extend the Postgraduate Diploma into a Masters Degree in Conservation studies. Students undertake extensive conservation work on books from institutional and private clients. The programmes also include practical bookbinding, the study of historical bookbindings, conservation science and materials culture, and visits to workshops and libraries. Entry follows successful completion of a practical test and interview.

For further details of these full-time courses contact Mariluz Beltran de Guevara
T: 01243 818248
E: Mariluz.B.deGuevara@westdean.org.uk


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Wiltshire

BOOK CAMP 2019
Dragon Press Bindery Highworth, Wiltshire

W: bookcamp.org.uk

June 1-9 2019
Ten days of summertime immersive bookbinding, comprising four two-day workshops with a mid-point break. Enrolment is flexible on an individual basis: come for just one class; return for another; stay for all...

Book Camp's founders are bookbinding and book conservation professionals who have established this educational venture as a response to the ever-increasing need for continuing professional development for binders and conservators, in an age when formal learning opportunities are becoming scarce.

By gathering over ten days, it is hoped that four intensive workshops held together will benefit those wishing to expand their bookbinding skills and techniques, with participants enjoying a unique experience of learning and exchanging ideas, immersed in the craft.

Meals are shared (all included in the registration fee) and there will be informal presentations in the evenings, followed by time around the camp fire. On the free day midpoint there will be optional visits to nearby places of special interest.


Shepherds Bookbinders and The Bound By Veterans Programme
The Daffodil Barn, Unit 2, Woodborough Yard, Woodborough, Wiltshire, SN9 5PF

T: 01672 851979
T: 0207 6305323 (bookings)
E: office@boundbyveterans.co.uk
E: courses@boundbyveterans.co.uk (bookings)
W: boundbyveterans.co.uk

Bound by Veterans (previously known as The Wiltshire Barn Project) supports Wounded, Injured and Sick (WIS) ex-Servicemen and women from all three Services. It uses the restorative powers of manual bookbinding to assist rehabilitation, improve health and well-being and to develop employment skills.

At their unique countryside location, specialist instructors share their expert knowledge with the veterans. Whether it is just a taster day, an introduction course lasting a few days or a City & Guilds Course spread over several months, veterans learn valuable new skills. And their time there can also aid recovery and rehabilitation, opening up career opportunities in the bookbinding industry, preparing them for their next career move.

There is a whole programme of courses which can be seen on the website.


BINDING re:DEFINED

Beechingstoke, Wiltshire

T: 01672 851638
E: bookbindingworkshops@gmail.com
W: bookbindingworkshops.com

Tutors: various international tutors

Our workshops offer a solid grounding in alternative structures that are suitable for a wide variety of binding projects. They are elegant bindings of robust character and strength and can be used as a springboard for further adaptation. Some are born from historical models that have transposed themselves into a 21st century aesthetic and others are new developments by the tutors.

One-off classes are scheduled each year, often with tutors from overseas. Please visit the website to view the current list of workshops.


Salisbury Book Crafts
Harnham, Salisbury.

T: 01672 851638
E: beechingstoke@gmail.com
W: salisburybookcrafts.com

Tutor: Lori Sauer

Fifteen full-day Saturday classes a year offered during the academic year for mixed ability groups. Once a month sessions are held over the summer months.

A second class now runs from Lori's bindery in Beechingstoke, near Pewsey in Wiltshire. It runs along the same terms as the class in Salisbury but is held on Wednesdays.

Details for both venues are on the website or contact Lori Sauer for details.


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Worcestershire

Green's Books Ltd.
Unit 6, Cygnet Business Centre, Worcester Rd, Hanley Swan, Worcs WR8 0EA

T: 07921457174
E: arthur@greensbooks.co.uk
W: greensbooks.co.uk
FB: facebook.com/greensbooks

Workshops
A regular programme of workshops and events is held throughout the year. Workshops are in small groups and give step-by-step tuition in various bookbinding and conservation techniques. Workshops are held at the studio near Malvern and are led by Arthur, as well as occasional guest lecturers.

2019 Programme:
•  Sharpening for bookbinders, 2nd Feb, £100 + £10 materials fee.
•  Sharpening for bookbinders, 2nd March, £100 + £10 materials fee.
•  Introduction to bookbinding, 11th May, £100.
•  Leather paring without the blood, sweat and tears, 1st June, £100

Open Studio sessions
These sessions are a chance to work on individual bookbinding and conservation projects with full use of the well-equipped studio. Supervision and guidance is on hand and sessions are tailored to fit your requirements. Sessions are held monthly at weekends: please see the website for dates.

Please see the website or contact Arthur for full detials.


Malvern Hills College
Albert Rd N, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 2YH
T: 01684 565351
E: receptionmal@wcg.ac.uk

Tutor: Anna Yevtukh-Squire

Bookbinding & Book Restoration
Working with a practicing bookbinder, you will learn both the traditional skills for binding and repairing books and their application to individual projects. All professional bookbinding equipment, tools and materials are available at the college.
Wednesdays, 10-12.30 and 14-16.30, term time only.

Creative Bookbinding
Combining contemporary book-making methods with different mixed media techniques will enable you to discover the magic of handmade books.
Fridays, 14 -16.30, term time only

Summer School
Various one or two day workshops in early-mid August.


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Yorkshire

Glenn Malkin
Woodlands, Football Green, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1RA

E: glenn@signaturebindings.co.uk
T: 07972648001
W: signaturebindings.co.uk
W: glennmalkin.com

Glenn is a professional bookbinder offering occasional workshops and short courses. Several one-day workshops are held throughout the year at Hull History Centre aimed mainly at beginners and improvers. Further workshops are sometimes arranged by request at other locations.

Glenn also is the tutor for several three-day residential courses each year at The Grange in Shropshire (see separate listing) looking at more in-depth book structures and associated subjects. He can also offer limited one-to-one tuition opportunities at his own bindery to meet student's specific requirements, especially for intermediate level binders. Please e-mail or call for further details.


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