Aimee Lee is an artist, writer, and the leading hanji researcher and practitioner in the United States. Her Fulbright research on Korean paper led to her award-winning book, Hanji Unfurled, […]
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Bernie Vinzani has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking from Indiana State University. He was a papermaker at Twinrocker Paper and since the early 1980’s he has made […]
A new stamp just issued by the US Postal Service features quilled paper artwork by Yulia Brodskaya. The Winter 2005 issue of Hand Papermaking elaborated on…
Helen Hiebert is a Colorado artist who constructs installations, sculptures, films and artist books using handmade paper, thread and light. She teaches and lectures about papermaking and lampmaking and exhibits […]
Radha Pandey is a papermaker and letterpress printer. She earned her MFA in Book Arts from the University of Iowa Center for the Book where she was a recipient of […]
Therese Hofmann is a professor of fine art at the University of Brasilia in Brazil.
New this year for Fabriano Paper/Print/Book 2016 — a paper tour of Northern Italy will be included in the course!
Watch the first 9 minutes of this PBS production to learn about hanji (Korean handmade paper) and hanji ducks!
Hand Papermaking’s 2015 gift to donors, and the talented team of papermakers and book artists who produced it, got some good press in the Farmville Herald.
In our thirtieth-anniversary issue, we look to the future of the field, presenting the next generation—papermakers and paper artists under 30. The tongue-in-cheek theme is from the 1960s Free Speech Movement: “Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30!” Here’s our line-up so far…
Gretchen Schermerhorn of Pyramid Atlantic teaches Papermaking (February 21), Pulp Painting (March 6), and Paper Stenciling (March 20) at the Old Parish House.
Toscalano 1381 in Toscolano Maderno, Papermill Valley, Brescia, Italy is starting a course to train young paper masters in historic local handmade paper production techniques. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A nicely illustrated article on pulp painter Lynn Sures appeared recently on the Paper Slurry blog.