NO.15 LIUMAGOU LIBRARY BOOKPLATE WORKSHOP
預約參加 Reserve online
Instructor: Phebea Shen (2019 Green Island Human Rights Arts Festival Co-Curator)
Venue: Green Island White Terror Memorial Park Auditorium
Letterpress printing technique will be introduced in this workshop. After the process and the methods are explained by the instructor, workshop participants will have a hands-on experience creating their own prints, with the instructor available to help when needed. Some elders that have survived the White Terror will take part in the Saturday session, and they will also share their stories to inspire the participants. Each workshop participant will be able to make 7 bookplates, with one to be donated to the National Human Rights Museum and another one to be presented to the artists in the “No. 15 Liumagou Library”. The participants may choose to keep their remaining 5 bookplates or trade with others in the workshop. While waiting for the ink to dry on the bookplates, the instructor will take the participants on a guided tour of the exhibition.
Each workshop will have openings for 20 participants (some elders that have survived the White Terror will take part in the Saturday session and will count towards the openings available).
Participants under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. The adult-child pair will take part in the workshop together and count as “one participant”, with one set of materials provided to each pair.
One set of materials is provided to each participant/pair. Please follow the instructions provided by the instructor during the workshop. Extra materials will not be available onsite, and materials will not be re-issued in case of misuse by the participants.
Ink will be used during the workshop. We recommend the participants to bring their own workwear (apron).
Each workshop is approximately 2 hours long. Please stay for the entire session.
Please help with filling out our questionnaire after each workshop.