The Book as Sculpture: Narratives in Visual Play & Form
An 8-Week Class with Marci Easterbrook
Mondays and Wednesdays, June 6-July 30, 2022
9 am to 12 noon
In Person at Santa Fe Community College and Online Synchronous
Arts and Design Advanced Projects
Arts 2115L D1
In this class various materials will expand our knowledge of the book as a 3D story and art object. This is a hands-on exploration of materials that will make new and exciting relationships of shape, dimension, and text. You will create advanced artist books that are unique and will develop your art vision.
Students will use traditional and contemporary methods of binding, papermaking, paper casting, and repurposing of materials in a workshop experience that is intensive, fun, and applicable to learning about art, sculpture, and books in completely original ways.
For more information about the class, email Marci Easterbrook, Illustrator, Book Artist, Papermaker, and Printmaker, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For registration information, email email@example.com. Permission is required for advanced project classes; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (505) 428-1504 or (505) 428-1230.
Examples of Sculptural Books Made from Metal | Wood Pulp | Fabric | Clay | Paper | Fiber | Found Objects | Altered Books
Andrea Singer, 2011
Marci Easterbrook, 2008
Isobelle Ouzman, 2012
Nance O’Banion, 2008
Linda Cross, 2016
Megan Singleton, 2014
“Read Me” altered book by Marci Easterbrook; altered pages rolled and bound with wire.