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March 2020 Workshop @Gallery Ilham

Hello March!


WORKSHOP 01: Secret Belgian
Date: 28 March 2020 // Saturday
Time: 10.30am~2.00pm
Fee: RM170
Description:
Secret Belgian Binding is a method of bookbinding that uses a primary and a secondary sewing, resulting in a distinct thread pattern on the cover and spine of the finished book. Invented by Anne Goy a Belgian artist in 1986, it has a similar appearance to Japanese stab bindings with opened flat and closed spine.

WORKSHOP 02: Coptic Stitch
Date: 29 March 2020 // Sunday
Time: 10.30am~2.00pm
Fee: RM170
Description:
The coptic stitch bookbinding method the stitch with an expose spine that opens up book completely flat. Invented by early Christians in Egypt, the Copts, and used from as early as the 2nd century AD to the 11th century. The stitch appeared very sleek and distinctive braid or chain pattern.

TERM & CONDITIONS
• For registration contact littlesyam@gmail.com
• Registration is first come first serve basis and full payment are required to secure the spot
• RM170 per pax per workshop and limited to 10 pax per workshop only
• Open for age 13 years old and above
• Tools, material & certificate included

REGISTRATION
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