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Make+Take: Mis(screen)printed Accordion Books

June 16, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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An In-Studio Make+Take!

Thursday, June 16, 7pm-9pm

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About this Workshop:

Do you ever wonder what to do with prints that just don’t quite make the cut? Join us for a fun evening of repurposing prints into cute little accordion books! This book form is a great and easy way to reuse paper scraps and can be made at nearly any size. During this workshop, we’ll construct one of these little joys while browsing samples from the instructor’s collection, exploring media that best apply to the form, and showing students how they can make their mis(screen)printed accordion books extra-unique! Don’t have any misprints to bring to the workshop? Never fear, Pyramid will have a stash of various misprints on hand for students to pick from! 

Level: All levels welcome – no experience necessary.

Registration closes June 10, 2022 and all materials are provided.

Sample images by Adam Griffiths


Registration includes all materials—just come ready to have fun! In addition, you may want to bring the following for class:

  • Personal Apron (or wear clothes that can get inky)
  • Optional: Personal stash of prints, misprints, etc, you’d like incorporate into your book


Nathalie A. Ryan is an educator, artist, writer, and musician, enjoying life in DC by wandering, wondering, and experimenting. Since 2002, she has led public programs at the National Gallery of Art and facilitated Professional Development Workshops for K-12 Educators at Harvard Project Zero. A certified mindfulness meditation facilitator and advocate for the role of the arts in nurturing cognitive, social-emotional, and ethical dispositions, Nathalie believes in the power of the arts to help people slow down, notice the world around them in new ways, spark curiosity, and deepen connection with oneself and others.

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