With step-by-step guidance from Joelle Webber, create a pocket accordion book that can be used to beautifully display your photographs & more.
There are no available registration dates at this time.
Registrations made after Feb 15 may not receive the kit in time for the class.
Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets Saturday, Feb 24 from 9am-4pm ET (includes lunch break).
This daylong workshop will enable you to create a unique accordion structure to showcase and then build a folio enclosure to protect your work.
Joelle will send you a precut kit and then lead you step by step through the production process so you can then make more on your own for additional bodies of work.
In the morning, you will create a Pocket Accordion Book. For those who want to display their photographs in book form, this accordion book is designed to add a collection of images to framed pocket pages. We will create, then discuss different ways to organize your content in the book. The accordion is a great book structure to have images stand vertically in a sculptural form.
After an hour lunch break in the afternoon, you will build a Folio Enclosure to use to house and protect your accordion or other work such as loose-leaf photographs or single-page collages. This structure can be used to protect a collection of images, work as a storage folder, or dress-up presentations.
With added content and interleaving these two structures make a wonderfully rich presentation and a compelling comprehensive work of art.
Please note – Joelle will send you a precut kit before the workshop begins.
- Bone folder
- Cutting mat
- Glue & container
- 2” foam brush
- Paper knife
- Retractable break-away blade
- Scoring tool like a smooth butter knife
- Straight edge ruler
Images by Joelle Webber.
Instructor: Joelle Webber
Joelle Webber has been making books & boxes for 40 years. At Mermaid Bindery, on Westport Island, she offers original artist books, binding services for fellow creators, handmade crafts in her roadside shed, and workshops for several communities.