Book Making – Bronwyn Rees

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TEACHER: Bronwyn Rees
DATE: Fri 5 – Sat 6 May
TIME: 10am – 5pm (hour lunch break)
LOCATION: QG&W print studio
COST: $395


The book making workshop aims to be exploratory and will encourage participants to make a book (or books) of their choice using various papers and techniques.

Day one
Participants will be encouraged to prepare the paper for their book/s through printmaking methods such as linocut, mono print, and dyproint. Participants can also incorporate other artwork and paper resources such as their own drawings, old proofs/prints, and found and resourced papers such as, photos, film, acetate etc.

Day two
Bronwyn will demonstrate the following book binding methods: pamphlet, coptic, concertina and single page, and then guide each participant through making their book/s.

Although not essential as participants will make prints during the workshop, you are encouraged to bring along anything you think could be used to layer, or incorporate into your book.

Printmaking and binding materials will be provided.

SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED: All levels and experience
INCLUDED: Tea, all materials. Glass of wine/cheese on completion
NOT INCLUDED: Coffee (gold coin donation), drawing journal, accommodation and food. Plenty of food choice in Queenscliff
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS: Athelstane, Queenscliff and Coastal Holidays, Salt Loft, Seaview House or Vue Grand
BRING: An apron and wear protective footwear.

When making a booking you may pay in full or choose to pay a deposit of $100 to secure your place. Email us for direct debit details or call 5258 4927 for phone payments. Invoices will be mailed. Payments will be refunded if the class is cancelled.  If you are unable to attend, you must notify us at least two weeks prior to the course date. The cancellation fee is $100.


• Shared kitchenette
• Microwave
• Access to art books
• Street parking
• No open toed shoes allowed

Hours & Info

03 4202 0942
Open 6 days | Closed Tuesdays and between exhibitions