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Bookbinding: Create your own one-sheet “Magic Book”

  • 2020-07-23
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 38


(depends on selected options)

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Join us for the event Bookbinding: Create your own one-sheet "Magic Book" on Thursday, July 23rd at 6 p.m.!

In this online session, Ms. Sheila Asato will share her art with us and talk about how book arts have allowed her to integrate her experiences of living in Japan, England and the United States. She will also talk about how she has used the arts as a healing force to help others who are having vivid dreams after challenging events such as the great earthquake and tsunami in Japan. 

After her presentation, she will lead us through some simple paperfolding exercises to create our own one-sheet “magic book”. 

Using only a single sheet of paper and scissors, we will learn how to make folded books with multiple pages that are fun and a delight to share with others. If you would like to try this, please have at hand several sheets of printer paper (8.5"×11") and a pair of scissors.

This is a great opportunity not only to learn about book art  but also to create your own "magic book". Please sign up today!

While this event is free to join, we would greatly appreciate your donation.

Ms. Sheila Asato, M.A. is a visual artist deeply influenced by dreams, Japan and the natural world. Her favorite media include drawing, watercolor, photography, Japanese calligraphy and virtual reality, which she combines to create unique handmade books, paintings and textile designs. Sheila teaches online, as well as at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts. She also lectures on creativity, dreaming and health at the University of Minnesota. Bicultural and bilingual in English and Japanese, she returns annually to Japan to teach, reconnect with friends and meander along the back roads of cities and the countryside with her camera, gathering ideas and inspiration for new projects when she returns to Minnesota. Check  the website, Monkey Bridge Arts, to learn more.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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