Jeanine Coupe Ryding and Myungah Hyon
PRINT 650 001
1 credit hour, 1 week
Lab Fee $50
Participants will learn to carve and print wood block narratives that are bound into book forms. Using the relief print and some writing, participants will learn single sheet, saddle stitch, perfect and accordion style bookbinding. The binding style of each book is considered with regard to the content it is presenting. Through examples and demonstrations students will learn about papers, using the tools of relief printmaking, as well as tools and materials of bookbinding. Emphasis is on content, self expression, and acquiring skills. No prior experience necessary, writers welcome.
- Jeanine Coupe Ryding -
Jeanine Coupe Ryding’s work has been shown throughout the U.S. and abroad and her prints and artists books are in multiple museum collections. She focuses primarily on woodcut prints, etchings, artist’s books, drawing and collage, and has founded both Shadow Press and Press 928 in Evanston, Illinois for artist’s books publishing. She received her BA from The University of Iowa and her MFA from Universitat der Kunste, Berlin, Germany. She has received various awards and residencies including Illinois Arts Council Award, Arts Midwest, Frans Masereel Center in Belgium, Roger Brown in Michigan and Anchor Graphics in Chicago. Her work is represented by Atrium Gallery in St. Louis, Olson Larsen Gallery in Des Moines and August Art in London. She has been teaching Printmedia at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since 1991.
- Myungah Hyon -
Myungah Hyon is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Printmedia at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She earned her BFA from the Ontario College Of Arts and Design and MFA from SAIC. She has exhibited at Printed Matter Inc., NY; Kookmin Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Gallery Factory, Seoul, Korea; Riverside Art Center, Riverside, IL; William A. Koehnline Gallery, Des Plaines, IL; Elmhurst Art Museum, IL; Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL; Gallery 312, Chicago, IL and earned awards from Community Artist Assistant Program, City of Chicago; Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture; and Arts Council Korea. www.myungahhyonart.com