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Blurb Workshop

Blurb is one of the world's leading on demand book publishers. Students are now using theirs and other services to produce unique portfolios.
I decided to attend not only as a means to deepen my own knowledge of the process, [I enjoy making books of my own work] but to also see if I could bring something back for the students in terms  of knowledge and insight. The workshop ran from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. I enjoyed listening to the the speaker. The speaker reinforced and articulated several ideas I knew needed to be emphasised  but more importantly he talked at the end of his own projects and creative process. This lead me to rethink my approach to book making which in turn will be passed on to the students. [3hours]
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