February 27th, 2012

It was terrific to get back to teaching altered book workshops over the weekend. This time the class was hosted by Blim, an awesome multi-purpose creative space in Chinatown. It was fully booked with eight people in attendance, and once again everyone made really interesting work.

I love sharing what I do, and it’s inspiring for me to see people walk away at the end of class feeling excited about what they’ve just learned. Below are photos of some of the amazing work made by participants in the class.

Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work
Altered Book Workshop at Blim - Student Work

At the moment I’m working on booking more classes for the upcoming months, and have been asked by Blim to teach the class again. Stay tuned to the blog or my mailing list for details.

This entry was posted on Monday, February 27th, 2012 at 12:40 pm and is filed under Altered Books, Workshops. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

2 Responses to “Altered Book Workshop at Blim”

Marial Shea Says:

Rachel, I got so much out of your class. I’ve made another altered book since, the business-card holder, and I use it all the time! Who knew that folding pages could be so rewarding.

Rachael Says:

Hi Marial, I’m so glad the workshop inspired you and that you’ve made more altered books since then.