See the post for full details.
Due to illness (a cold which led to a bronchial thing and a whole lot of coughing) I'm unable to demo and lecture (talking brings on coughing fits) and therefore I couldn't start my MCBA class Intro to Design: Color Theory for Book Artists (which you can read about at the given link, it's the second class in that post) on Monday, Jan. 28 as planned. (Sorry for the horrible sentence, I was having a coughing fit as I wrote it.)
The students signed up for class have already been notified by MCBA.
Because of the shift in the starting date to Monday, February 4, registration for the class will be kept open until Friday, February 1 (which gives me time to send out your pre-class note).
The new class dates are (Mondays) February 4, 11, 25, March 4, 11, and April 1. All sessions run from 7-9 p.m. and are held at MCBA in Open Book in Minneapolis. (See the website for directions.)
If these dates work for you and you are interested in exploring color and effective ways to use it in your work as a book artist—as a binder, printmaker, or illustrator. I encourage you to join us.