Workshops


Tunnel Book

Tunnel books are comprised of a series of pages that are held together with accordion hinges. The books are “read" through openings that allow the reader to see through the entire book to the back cover, creating the illusion of depth and perspective.

Learn the basics of tunnel book construction and collage in this fun, 3 hour workshop! Students will be provided with a kit to construct the outer case and the insides frames or pages. Students may choose bring their own images, photos, and paper to create a narrative, or may choose from a supply provided.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Monday, December 18
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: December 18, 2017

Available Spaces: 4

Paper Marbling for Kids

Join us for an exploration into marbling! We will learn various contemporary marbling techniques to create one of a kind prints. These marbling techniques use completely non-toxic materials and can be replicated at home with easy to find supplies. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!

Level: This class is appropriate for children ages 8-14.
Dates: Saturday, December 9
Time: 10am-1pm
Max. no of students: 8
Instructor: Holly Zeiner
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: January 13, 2018

Available Spaces: 7

C'est Fini!

You started a bookbinding project, and then life made other plans. Your great idea for a book arts gift ran into a snag. 10 years later and the wedding album is not finished? Time to take charge and get it done. There is no shame no blame in this class, just a can-do attitude and the skills, tools, and equipment to finish the job.

Two sessions: Week 1 we look at the project and devise a solution. If special paper, adhesive, or other supplies or tools are needed, we’ll get them before Week 2. Week 2 class will be set at a time that suits your schedule. C’est fini! Wrap it up.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday, January 27
Time: 10am-1pm
Max. no of students: 4
Instructor: Mary Baughman
Cost: $90 tuition + materials fee TBD

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: January 27, 2018

Available Spaces: 4

Printshop Renter Training January 28

This three hour training is a requirement for anyone interested in using the presses in the Printshop during Open Studio times. Please click here for more information about Open Studio Rental.

Level: Students must have taken a letterpress class at ABAC, or have previous letterpress printing experience.
Dates: Sunday, January 28th, 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $30

Note: Attendees must be a current Member to register for this class. Please click here to join as a Member or renew your Membership. If you have any questions about the status of your Membership, please email amanda@atxbookarts.org.

Date: January 28, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Bookbinding I

Students will learn the fundamentals of bookbinding by making three structures: a flat back case binding (or a classic hardcover book), a hardcover book with a rounded spine, and a box to house tools or one of the books created during the class. Discussions about grain direction, paper folding, adhesives, and tools will be incorporated during the class.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: 6 Tuesdays, January 30-March 6
Time: 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $270 tuition + $30 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: January 30, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Portfolio for Artists

portfolio3Protect your important documents or art on paper. Each student will learn to make a custom portfolio, and will also learn about tools, materials, and techniques for book arts. Cloth, board, and decorative paper will be provided. This class is appropriate for graphic designers, photographers, fine art printers, or anyone with a document or art work that they want to protect.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Thursday, February 1
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Amanda Stevenson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: February 1, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Print Your Blocks on the Vandercook

Learn the basics of printing and editioning your woodcuts or linocuts on the Vandercook proof press. The instructor will cover proper inking, adjusting packing, adjusting rollers and the operating the press to edition your carved block. Color registration will be covered, but students will edition only in one color during the class. Completion of this class will qualify students to use the Vandercook presses during Open Studio times. Students will bring their own paper and blocks that are already carved. (This workshop does not cover carving blocks).

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday, February 3
Time: 2pm-5pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $50 tuition

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: February 3, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

PIZZA and BOOKS! Basic Bookbinding for Children Ages 8-11

pizzabooks8to11Come for a fun afternoon and make a book for yourself and one for a friend!

Bring your writing, or you can make a blank book to fill later!

You will learn to sew your pages together, make a cover from decorated paper & cloth (you choose) and bind it all together.

You will go home with two books: one to keep and one to give as a gift.

Dates: Saturday, February 3
Time: 9am-1pm
Max. no of students: 8
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Cost: $60 tuition + $10 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: February 3, 2018

Available Spaces: 8

Happy Hour Bookbinding for Teachers

happyhourwebJoin us for a happy hour of creating simple bindings you can teach your students this coming year. We will start the evening with wine and snacks, admiring lovely book projects made by kids.

You will go home with four examples of book-binding projects, (with printed directions) made by you, and ready to show-and-tell your classroom, inspiring them to create their own masterpieces!

Wine and snacks provided, or bring your own. Join us for a fun and educational evening!

Austin Book Arts Center is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Provider in the state of Texas. Teachers attending this workshop will receive 3 CPE hours.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Wednesday, February 7
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 7, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Intro to Letterpress

DSCF1237In this introductory class, students will learn the basics of letterpress printing using wood & metal type and a variety of plates. Attendees will then print a small edition either individually or collaboratively, using the Vandercook proof presses. Fundamentals of proper presswork including registration, inking, and impression will be covered. Students can expect to complete a small edition of a project such as a business card, greeting card, or a poster.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday & Sunday, February 10 & 11
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $180 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 10, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Classic Hardcover Book

hardcover1In this introductory bookbinding class students will learn why books look the way they do, a brief history of bookbinding styles, the basics of materials (paper, board, cloth, adhesives), basic techniques (measuring, folding, cutting, sewing, applying adhesive), and how to make a sewn, hardcover book. By the end of this two-day class students will know the parts of a book, how books function, and leave with 1-2 flat-back books covered in cloth and decorative paper.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday & Sunday, February 17 & 18
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: April Smith
Cost: $180 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 17, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Improve Your Penmanship

You can improve your personal penmanship. Many factors today conspire to impair our handwriting, and not just the ubiquitous keyboard. Come learn some very specific strategies for quickly improving your handwriting during this fun, no-stress evening. Supplies provided.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Sunday, February 18
Time: 1pm-4pm
Max. no of students: 8
Instructor: Teri Gaus
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: February 18, 2018

Available Spaces: 8

Printing from Photopolymer Plates

Dive into the world of digital letterpress by learning the basics of printing from photopolymer plates. At the first class meeting, students will learn how to set up files and order plates. At the second meeting, students will learn the fundamentals of proper presswork including registration, inking, and impression using the Vandercook proof presses. Students can expect to complete a small edition of a project such as business cards or greeting cards.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates and times: Wednesday, February 21 (6-9pm) & Saturday, March 3 (10am-4pm)
Maximum no. of students: 6
Instructor: Max Koch
Cost: $135 tuition + $40 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 21, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Cigar Box

Students will learn how to construct a simple box with a hinged lid, perfect to house a book, documents, photos, tools, or just about anything. Students will be provided with a pre-cut kit and will be guided through the process of assembling the box, using book board, book cloth, and decorative paper. Important bookbinding techniques, such as grain direction, measuring, cutting, and gluing will be covered.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Date: Thursday, February 22
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Amanda Stevenson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 22, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

PIZZA and BOOKS! Basic Bookbinding for Children Ages 12-16

pizzabooks12to16Come for a fun afternoon and make a book for yourself and one for a friend!

Bring your writing, or you can make a blank book to fill later!

You will learn to sew your pages together, make a cover from decorated paper & cloth (you choose) and bind it all together.

You will go home with two books: one to keep and one to give as a gift.

Dates: Saturday, February 24
Time: 9am-1pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Cost: $60 tuition + $10 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: February 24, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Long Stitch Leather Journal

longstitchleatherjournalAre you a traveler who wants to capture unforgettable moments on paper? Or an entrepreneur who likes to jot down ideas and daily checklists? Or perhaps you keep a diary or enjoy sketching? The journal is the perfect tool for creating and capturing important memories! Bind your very own high-quality, adventure-ready daily journal, with a personal touch. The book you create in this workshop will be wrapped in soft leather and hand-stitched, ensuring you go home with a beautiful personalized journal that will last forever.

Simply come with your creativity, and if you like, you are welcome to bring a piece of decorative paper to incorporate into your journal as endpapers (2 sheets ca. 8.5” x 6”).

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday, February 24
Time: 2pm-6pm
Max No of Students: 6
Instructor: Lena Rogy
Cost: $60 tuition + $20 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 24, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Printshop Renter Training February 25

This three hour training is a requirement for anyone interested in using the presses in the Printshop during Open Studio times. Please click here for more information about Open Studio Rental.

Level: Students must have taken a letterpress class at ABAC, or have previous letterpress printing experience.
Dates: Sunday, February 25th, 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $30

Note: Attendees must be a current Member to register for this class. Please click here to join as a Member or renew your Membership. If you have any questions about the status of your Membership, please email amanda@atxbookarts.org.

Date: February 25, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Japanese Bookbinding

Join us for a fun course on Japanese Bookbinding. Students will make two Japanese bound books using fabric and paper covers.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Monday, February 26 & Monday, March 5
Time: 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Lindsay Nakashima
Cost: $90 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: February 26, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Paper Marbling

marbling1Join us for an exploration into marbling! We will learn various marbling techniques and learn how to create traditional and contemporary designs on paper. The history of marbling will be discussed as well as the many different types of size used to create these one of a kind prints. Be prepared to get your hands dirty and your paper marbled in the first part of class. After our paper dries we will use it to create a book.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Sunday, March 4
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Holly Zeiner
Cost: $90 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: March 4, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Happy Hour Bookbinding for Teachers (Section 2)

happyhourwebJoin us for a happy hour of creating simple bindings you can teach your students this coming year. We will start the evening with wine and snacks, admiring lovely book projects made by kids.

You will go home with four examples of book-binding projects, (with printed directions) made by you, and ready to show-and-tell your classroom, inspiring them to create their own masterpieces!

Wine and snacks provided, or bring your own. Join us for a fun and educational evening!

Austin Book Arts Center is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Provider in the state of Texas. Teachers attending this workshop will receive 3 CPE hours.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Wednesday, March 7
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: March 7, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Print Your Books at Home

In this class, students will learn how to "impose" a text, using software (not a typewriter!). “Imposition” refers to the placing of pages on a sheet of paper so that the pages will be in proper sequence when the sheet is printed and folded. Computer-Aided Imposition simplifies the process printers use to arrange typeset pages, so when printed, a single sheet of paper folds into an 8 page signature that reads consecutively once bound.

During the first class meeting, students will learn about imposition and available software used to lay out and print their own manuscript or another text. The second class meeting will be spent sewing and binding the signatures into a book.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Wednesday, March 21 and Wednesday, March 28
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 8
Instructor: Jerome Collins
Cost: $90 tuition + $10 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: March 21, 2018

Available Spaces: 8

Printshop Renter Training March 25

This three hour training is a requirement for anyone interested in using the presses in the Printshop during Open Studio times. Please click here for more information about Open Studio Rental.

Level: Students must have taken a letterpress class at ABAC, or have previous letterpress printing experience.
Dates: Sunday, March 25th, 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $30

Note: Attendees must be a current Member to register for this class. Please click here to join as a Member or renew your Membership. If you have any questions about the status of your Membership, please email amanda@atxbookarts.org.

Date: March 25, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Letterpress Intensive

LPintensiveLearn the basics of letterpress printing by designing, illustrating, printing, and binding a poetry chapbook or short story. Students will learn the basics of setting type by hand, as well as incorporating images using photopolymer plates or linoleum blocks. Over 6 weeks, students will design and print a small edition collaboratively. The last evening of class will be spent binding the book using a simple pamphlet binding.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: 5 Tuesdays, March 27 - April 24
Time: 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $225 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: March 27, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Inkjet Printer Image Transfer

InkjetImageTransferIn this 3 hour class, students will learn how to print a digital image using an inkjet printer, and then transfer the image to watercolor paper using an alcohol-based gel medium (purell hand sanitizer). The class will explore what types of images work with this process, which is very similar to a polaroid transfer.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Thursday, April 5
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 8
Instructor: Anthony Maddaloni
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: April 5, 2018

Available Spaces: 8

E-Luminated Tunnel Book

Learn to combine papercraft techniques with friendly, accessible electronics materials like copper tape, flat batteries, and bead-like LED lights. In this day long course, we will apply these techniques to make glowing, interactive tunnel books that make creative use of light and shadow.

By the end of the day you will have learned to make simple circuits with copper tape, embed LED lights, add switches to create interactive behaviors, and construct a complete tunnel book.

No electronics experience necessary! The course is designed for complete beginners, and we are excited about sharing these fascinating materials with artists and creative crafters.

Course material was developed by Becca Rose Glowacki and Natalie Freed.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday, April 7
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Natalie Freed
Cost: $90 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 7, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Coptic Bookbinding

Join us for a workshop exploring the Coptic book, a historic structure dating from as early as the 2nd century AD developed by early Egyptian Christians, or Copts. The Coptic binding is a non-adhesive, hand-sewn binding method, producing a book that is able to open 360°.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Monday, April 9th & Monday, April 16th
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Lindsay Nakashima
Cost: $90 tuition + $10 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 9, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Titles and Labels on Books

Learn hot-stamping techniques that will permit you to create, among other things, beautiful spine labels for your books.

Date: Wednesday,April 11
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max no. of students: 6
Instructor: Dana Kull
Cost: $45 tuition

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: April 11, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Accordion Sketchbook

watercolorLearn some basic bookbinding skills in this one day workshop. Students will create a hard-cover book with pages of watercolor paper. It is an accordion fold construction, so the book opens wide and the pages lay flat, perfect for sketching or using pastels or watercolor.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Thursday, April 12
Time: 6pm-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Amanda Stevenson
Cost: $45 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 12, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Letterpress Business Cards

LPintensiveLearn the basics of setting type by hand and letterpress printing using the table-top platen press, still widely available on the market. Learn the California job case, set type, use a pica ruler and composing stick, ink the press and print. Proper impression will be covered. Each student will set and print a small edition of his or her own business card or short quote.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday, April 14
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Amanda Stevenson
Cost: $90 tuition + $10 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 14, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Hand Papermaking

Papermaking is an engaging and physical process that you can do right in your own home or workspace. Learn the basic elements of this ancient art as the instructor leads the class through the process of preparing the vat of pulp, pulling a sheet with a mould and deckle, couching the sheet, then pressing the paper. Each student will receive a sheaf of their handmade sheets and envelopes after they have completely dried. Participants should be prepared to get a bit wet, as we are all in water up to our elbows.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Sunday, April 15
Time: 12pm-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Jen Poteat
Cost: $60 tuition + $5 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Date: April 15, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Printing from Photopolymer Plates

Dive into the world of digital letterpress by learning the basics of printing from photopolymer plates. At the first class meeting, students will learn how to set up files and order plates. At the second meeting, students will learn the fundamentals of proper presswork including registration, inking, and impression using the Vandercook proof presses. Students can expect to complete a small edition of a project such as business cards or greeting cards.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates and times: Wednesday, April 25 (6-9pm) & Saturday, March 5 (10am-4pm)
Maximum no. of students: 6
Instructor: Max Koch
Cost: $135 tuition + $40 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 25, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Book Repair I

Basic PresThis workshop focuses on the very basics of repairing damaged case-bound books.  The techniques taught will be surface cleaning of paper; basic mending of paper; hinge tightening; basic attachment of loose pages; endsheet replacement and re-casing in original cover; corner repair; making a polyester wrapper.  Students will also sew a 3-4 section pamphlet.  This workshop is meant to teach an awareness of repair techniques and begin students on their path to more in-depth repairs.

This workshop is the first of a three workshop series and is a pre-requisite for Book Repair II. The Book Repair series of workshops are designed for librarians, archivists, or private individuals who would like to know how best to repair damaged items in their collection.  Many techniques will be covered, but mastery will take time and practice.  Students are encouraged to rent studio space after taking the workshops to practice the techniques taught.

Level: This class is appropriate for students at all levels.
Dates: Saturday & Sunday, April 28 & 29
Time: 10am-4pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: April Smith
Cost: $180 tuition + $15 materials fee

Note: Members receive a 10% discount off the price of tuition and materials. Please click here to join as a Member.

Completion of this class will qualify you to use the studios for your own projects. Details on Open Studio may be found here.

Date: April 28, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

Printshop Renter Training April 29

This three hour training is a requirement for anyone interested in using the presses in the Printshop during Open Studio times. Please click here for more information about Open Studio Rental.

Level: Students must have taken a letterpress class at ABAC, or have previous letterpress printing experience.
Dates: Sunday, April 29th, 6-9pm
Max. no of students: 6
Instructor: Kevin Auer
Cost: $30

Note: Attendees must be a current Member to register for this class. Please click here to join as a Member or renew your Membership. If you have any questions about the status of your Membership, please email amanda@atxbookarts.org.

Date: April 29, 2018

Available Spaces: 6

 

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