Next meeting – Saturday 18 May 2019 12.30pm – 4.00pm
Come and join us for a book binding workshop with OCA tutor Andrea Norrington.
We will make some examples of artist’s books that can be used by students of all disciplines. Andrea has been making books since childhood and currently produces a range of books using waste materials.
There is no need to bring materials, but if you have a cutting mat, metal ruler, and scalpel, please do bring these along. If you do not have any of these, items will be available to borrow. More information will be emailed out prior to the event.
The event is open to all OCA students from all disciplines. It is an ideal opportunity to interact with other students, share your experiences as a student with like-minded peers.
To register an interest in attending complete the booking form here.
Please note there will be a £5 booking fee for this event.
Feedback from our last meeting:
“Brilliant and insightful day. Thank you, Tanya, so much for making it happen and chairing the time so efficiently. Excellent to have heard Andrea discuss inter disciplinary working – pertinent to thoughts behind my current projects”
Veronica – OCA Photography Student
“I had a really great time and loved the venue. It’s great to meet like minded individuals and see all the work. See you next time in May.”
Sharon – OCA Drawing Student
There is an opportunity to talk about your work if you wish to. Maybe you are stuck on a particular project/exercise or assignment and want to bounce ideas around?
Ideally located to students based in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambs, Herts, Beds, North London or East London.
Melbourn Hub, 30 High St, Melbourn, Royston SG8 6DZ https://melbournhub.co.uk/
The Hub is a vibrant community village community centre, with café serving food and drinks. Free car parking is available in car park opposite the Hub.
(just south of Cambridge, close to M11/A505 and A10. Pick up from local train station in Meldreth can be arranged – please contact us via the Facebook group) Find the group on Facebook here.
Image Credit: OCA student Paul Butterworth