Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Performer name: Arielle Hessler
Phone: 6312910912
Mailing address:
Amityville, NY 11701
E-mail address: arielle@ashandelmpress.com
Website: http://ashandelmpress.com
Previous appearances at: Stony Brook University Libraries Preservation Department, Presentation sponsored by LILRC Preservation Committee
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 10/02/2017

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Coptic Binding History,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Other
Learn how to bind books in the oldest style known to date- Coptic Binding! Coptic books are sewn in a style that leave the sewing exposed, making them not only beautiful to look at, but also enabling them to lay completely flat for superior functionality. This ancient form of bookbinding, which originated in Northeast Africa, has seen a huge resurgence in popularity. Prerequisite: Previous bookbinding experience. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into 'Do-It-Yourself (DIY)' times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to work with traditional, handmade papers from Asia- in modern and traditional colors and patterns.
$351- $500
Make a Tiny Book! Literature- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Other
Anyone can be a bookbinder in this workshop by making their own tiny book! Each little book is less than 2 inches tall- an adorable blank journal with 40 pages attached to a necklace or key chain. Attendees can choose between leather and felt for their covers, as well as imported marbled or printed artist papers for their decorative end sheets. Materials are pre-cut and prepared for each attendee to assemble their book, with enough work left to impart important bookbinding skills. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into "Do-It-Yourself (DIY)" times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to work with handmade marbled and printed papers from around the world- in bright and fun colors, of course.
$201- $350
The Colorful History of Pigments and Poisons History,
Science,
Visual Arts- Painting
Where does color come from? In this lecture/presentation, enjoy a journey through time and space learning about the vibrant colors coveted throughout history- and their ‘colorful’ backstories. From indigo and woad to lead and arsenic, discover how these materials transformed into such coveted colors, and the consequences of their use. Pigments and paints safe for human handling, and the tools used to make them, will be available for exhibition and handling. This program may be of interest to both teen and adult audiences.
$201- $350
Bookbinding for Artists: Chapbooks Literature- Creative Writing,
Literature- Poetry,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Have a collection of poems you want to self-publish? Want to expand your creativity into another art medium? Learn how to make chapbooks, historically used to publish small, inexpensive pamphlets of writing. Attendees will learn 3 different types of chap book bindings they can easily recreate at home for their writings and artwork, in addition to taking home the books produced in the workshop. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into "Do-It-Yourself (DIY)" times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to work with handmade marbled and printed papers from around the world- in bright and fun colors, of course
$201- $350
DIY Stitched Binding: Hard & Soft Covers History,
Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Learn the history and styles of traditional Chinese bookbinding, also called stab or stitched binding, Choose to bind your book in the original Korean, Chinese, or Japanese style using traditional papers and materials, and how to adapt this ancient art to creative, modern styles. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into "Do-It-Yourself (DIY)" times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to work with traditional, handmade papers from Asia- in modern and traditional colors and patterns.
$351- $500
Art of the Book: Nonadhesive Bindings History,
Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Travel through time and across the globe in this lecture/presentation, learning about different bookbinding styles throughout history. Starting in North Africa and ending in Europe, this presentation focuses on the structure and function of each style, explaining the pros and cons of each in terms of aesthetic, use, and longevity. Handmade historical replicas and modern interpretations of each bookbinding style will be available for handling by the audience, as well as some historical materials like papyrus and vellum.
$201- $350
Basic Bookbinding Literature- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Other
This introductory class will teach basic bookbinding skills through simple bookbinding styles like chapbooks. Attendees will become familiar with bookbinding tools, develop hand techniques, and learn about basic book structures. This hands on workshop will cover the materials used in bookbinding, as well as best practices for folding and cutting paper, using bookbinding tools, and different types of sewing methods, in addition to learning how to bind simple books. This workshop is different from stand-alone offerings in that attendees will make their books from the beginning, with no materials being pre-cut or prepared in advance. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into "Do-It-Yourself (DIY)" times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation.
$201- $350
The Art of the Book: Binding Styles of Asia History,
Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Asia has a rich history in bookbinding unique from the rest of the world. Learn about the evolution of the book in Asia, including the spread of the art from China to Japan, Korea, and the rest of the world, in this lecture/presentation. Handmade historical replicas and modern interpretations of each bookbinding style will be available for handling, as well as some handmade materials like mulberry paper and special handmade printed papers from different countries in Asia.
$201- $350
DIY Stitched Binding: Soft Covers History,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts
Learn the history and styles of traditional Chinese bookbinding, also called stab or stitched binding, Choose to bind your book in the original Korean, Chinese, or Japanese style using traditional papers and materials, and how to adapt this ancient art to creative, modern styles. The class is taught in steps, with the teacher displaying and explaining the step for the class and answering questions, and then breaking out into "Do-It-Yourself (DIY)" times when the attendees perform the step on their own. During the DIY times, the teacher takes questions and helps anyone who needs individual help. Handouts explaining each step (with diagrams) are included for the attendees to reference throughout the program and take home. This program is taught by a professional book artist versed in both traditional and modern styles of bookbinding and book preservation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to work with handmade, traditional papers from Asia- in both modern and traditional colors and patterns.
$201- $350
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