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Little Syam Book Binding Workshop 16&17 April 2011

Hello all,


Time to have another workshop...yess thought of gonna take a break for awhile, but seems things are quite manageable at this moment so it is a time to have another workshop....


2 possible venues for the workshop will be at my home at Pandan Jaya or the photography studio at Desa Pandan, my usual workshop place before (need to be confirmed). If you interested to join this time around, email me your detail at littlesyam@gmail.com:

Name:
Preferred name on certificate:
Address:
Telephone/Mobile:
Email:
Website: (if any)


ABOUT LITTLESYAM BOOKBINDING WORKSHOP
Little Syam Book Binding workshop are open for anyone who passionate to learn how to hand bind a books. During these 2 days you will learn how to bind a books using 3 types of binding methods: Japanese Binding, Kettle Stitch Binding and Coptic Binding. Due to limited seat of only 10-15 students per workshop the application will be on first-come, first-served basis. 


PAYMENT
Fee is RM180 only (Incl: handout, material & certificate). 

RM100 deposit  and balance of RM80 to be paid on workshop day.


CANCELLATION POLICY
Full Refund: Minimum 5 days prior to workshop date.
No Refund: Cancellation less than 5 days before workshop date.
Should class be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, fees will be fully refunded.


Comments

Anonymous said…
Other than this coming session in desa pandan, would you be organizing more book binding workshop somewhere in putrajaya area?
Little Syam said…
Hi...

I used to have one in Taman Botani..and I like the place very much, but the rental are so high..and many of my students kind of having a difficult time to get to the place.

But if there are many request from putrajaya people..I could arrange one..unfortunately not at this point of time..

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