In the first part of this talk, we discussed Hannah’s architectural binding. But that wasn’t all. We lingered a bit more to talk about Hannah’s books in public collections, apprenticeships, and new workshop space that will allow Hannah to run more teaching programs at her studio.
We hope to return to Hannah when her new workshop space is finished later this year!
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00:00 – Beginning
00:21 – Hannah path to bookbinding
02:22 – Making books for yourself
03:50 – What’s a board?
05:37 – Hannah’s bindings in public collections
06:31 – How are bindings selected for library collections?
08:45 – Does Hannah have apprentices?
10:05 – New workshop space and new possibilities for teaching
11:06 – What are the projects that excite Hannah at the moment?
12:28 – Working during the lockdown
14:48 – Online courses
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