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Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday of  most months at 7:00pm BVAC Hub : Wellers Hill Arts Hub. Located at 140 Weller Rd, Tarragindi.
The room is available from 6.00pm for members to buy supplies, and to use the library. Anyone considering membership is welcome to attend a meeting. For more details please contact the Guild. More information will be provided to members in reminder notices as each meeting night approaches. (Details are provisional and subject to change)

For those of you who attend our monthly meetings, or Open days you are always required to sign the attendance book. This is to meet the terms of our insurance.

The committee has also decided to institute a $2 fee per meeting to help cover rent and refreshments. We hope that this will meet with your agreement. We understand that it is less than most meeting fees, and intend to keep the fee to a minimum.

The Guild Shop will be open for purchases so that you can stock up.
The Guild Library will be open for borrowing and returning those items you have finished with.


Open Day :

Sunday 24th November  from 9-12 noon.

is our last Open Day for the year. We will especially welcome students from any of the Introductory Courses this year (two in Brisbane and two in Toowoomba) or from previous years, who want to make progress on their second or subsequent book. There will be advice and assistance, as well as use of the guillotine, lying presses or nipping presses. You may also want to purchase additional materials.

At the Open Day Darryn Schneider will give a demonstration of correct use of a plough, a specialised piece of equipment for cutting very accurate edges on your book (better than an ordinary guillotine).


 Next Meeting:

Christmas Party

Our final event for the year is our Christmas Party. This traditional event is being held on St Luke’s Church Hall, Ekibin, on 11thDecember at 6.00pm.


Artist Book Group:

Meeting at BVAC on the 2nd Tuesday of the month:

Meeting again in February 2020!


Bookbinding in a classic way

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