Book Binding Class:
Each student will create 10 different books throughout the course. Each book will be unique in style/design/materials. You will learn about bookbinding tools and techniques, and about historic and contemporary styles of books.
Days: Thursdays (6 weeks)
Dates: Sept 20, 2012 through Nov 1, 2012 (no class the week of Fall/UEA break)
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Humanities Building North East Corner Classroom
Fee: $85 (includes the materials for your books)
You are required to bring a metal-edge 12” rule, an Exacto-type craft knife with extra blades, a pencil and scissors.
The Basics of Selling On Etsy Class:
Would you like to learn how to sell your handmade art and crafts via the Internet from Home? Etsy has over 12 million members and experiences more than a billion visitors a month. This course will teach you how to set up and run a small business from home selling your handmade items. We cover shop policies, shipping your products, taxes, photographing your items and advertising. Whether you make furniture, baby blankets, jewelry, oil paintings, clothing or just anything handmade, Etsy is a great way to get your small business started. View www.etsy.com to see if you want to learn how to make this web resource work for you.
Days: Tuesdays (6 weeks)
Dates: Sept 18 through Oct 23
Time: 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Location: Lucy Phillips Bldg. Room 204
For information on how to register for the bookbinding or etsy class please read here under the heading "Non-Credit Community Courses."