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Creative Bookmaking with Ellen Berrahmoun

Creative Bookmaking with Ellen Berrahmoun

Create a unique handmade book as a vessel to place your writing and personal imagery. We’ll use everyday craft, recycled, natural and household materials to construct several book forms that can be embellished with easy art techniques.
 

Participants in this online workshop will be invited to join the instructor in an interactive format.  Everyone who registers will receive a digital packet with a basic materials list, book project info and bookmaking resources.

Adults, teens, children with adult supervisor.

Ellen Berrahmoun is an educator, multi-disciplinary artist and creative spirit. She finds joy, lifelong learning and service in visual art, music, writing and teaching. Whether she’s performing or composing on her flute, working in photography, bookmaking, mixed media or design; engaging with students, writing poetry or crafting digital imagery – she seeks beauty and connection. Ellen’s goal is to share her love of creativity and make enriching arts experiences available to people of all ages and backgrounds. In her classes and workshops, Ellen introduces themes ranging from personal growth and spirit to community history and environmental stewardship.

Ellen holds a Master’s degree in Arts in Education from Harvard University. As a creative arts specialist, she has decades of experience designing, coordinating and teaching programs in school, non-profit and community settings.

This program takes place on Zoom, or participants may join by phone. Registration closes an hour before the program. Use of video camera and level of participation is determined by each person. The Zoom access information will be sent to registered participants shortly before the program begins.

A Zoom account is not required to attend this program. Please ensure that you are using Zoom 5.0+ (updated in May 2020). Click here to learn about the latest version of Zoom.

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Date:
Sunday, August 16, 2020
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Online
Audience:
  Adults     Kids     Teens  

Registration is required. There are 55 seats available.