Masur Museum to present Bookmaking

The following class is presented by the Masur Museum of Art if you are interested in attending please refer all questions to their offices at
Bookmaking Class with Frank Hamrick

Tuesdays, March 20 – April 24, 2012 6 – 8 p.m. $150 non-members/ $110 members

What you learn: This workshop will focus on the introduction of various bookbinding methods, tools and materials. During six two-hour sessions over six weeks students will learn how to make 4-5 different book structures, such as: hardback pamphlet, accordion, case bound, Coptic and Japanese bound books. No previous experience is necessary. 

All the essential bookmaking materials and tools will be provided. In the beginning, students will leave each bookmaking session with a blank book. During the last two-three weeks we will focus on the more advanced case-bound book structure. Students will have a good foundation in bookmaking after completing this workshop. 

About Frank Hamrick: Frank Hamrick’s work mixes photography, storytelling, handmade books and found objects. His books are in several institutional collections. Hamrick is an assistant professor and the head of the photography program at Louisiana Tech University. Frank received his BFA from The University of Georgia and his MFA from New Mexico State University. 

To Register Contact Jenny Burnham at (318) 329-2237 or email