with Jennaway Pearson
Jun 26, 6-9pm
Secret Belgian Binding is a binding invented by Belgian bookbinder Anne Goy in the 1980's. This binding has a similar aesthetic to Japanese stab bindings, but the pages lay flat. This is a great binding for both beginners and the experienced binder. Students will all leave with one secret Belgian bound books.
JENNAWAY PEARSON is a printmaker, papermaker, and book artist, currently living in Washington, DC. She works as an adjunct faculty member at American University and George Washington University. Her work is focused on outsider artists, and the creation of legacy and can be found in the collections of The Library of Congress, The National Museum for Women in the Arts, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Middlebury, The Love Library at Printed Matter, as well as private collections.