In honor of our recently retired executive director, the HAND PAPERMAKING Board of Directors has proclaimed that Friday, May 5, 2017 is International Tom Bannister Day.
Fabriano: City of Medieval and Renaissance Papermaking, a book by Sylvia Rodgers Albro, has been published by Oak Knoll Press. The book explores how the Arab art of papermaking by […]
After an extensive national search, Michael Fallon of Minneapolis, Minnesota has been selected as the new executive director of Hand Papermaking, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and advancing traditional […]
Our thoughts are with the incredible paper maker and artist Bridget O’Malley as she recovers from spinal surgery. Please consider supporting her through her recovery via the GoFundMe page set […]
Enjoy the gift of giving! Give a gift subscription of our award-winning magazine and newsletter before December 31 and YOU will receive Helen Hiebert’s Twelve Months of Paper, a […]
Several original, signed, numbered volumes by Dard Hunter: “Paper Making In Siam,” “Papermaking By Hand In India,” “Chinese Ceremonial Paper,” and “A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China.” All in excellent condition. Also Baker’s “By His Own Labor,” leather bound, mint (and same, cloth bound). Also Hunter’s “Papermaking Through Eighteen Centuries” published by Rudge, 1930. Request more info, or express interest by contacting Woody Rice, firstname.lastname@example.org, (302) 571-8381.
A video of Alexandra Soteriou’s lecture about Indo-Islamic papermaking heritage at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is viewable online. Visit www.metmuseum.org/metmedia/video/lectures/indo-islamic-papermaking-heritage to experience this July 13, 2015 event.
Helen Hiebert launched a podcast series this year, interviewing paper artists. Featured artists to date include Bridget O’Malley, Eden Marek, Andrea Peterson, Tim Barrett, Tatiana Ginsburg, and Catherine Nash. The […]
Read the BBC’s August 19 story about traditional Vietnamese papermaking…
Danielle Myers’ Petrichorpaper is moving to the countryside and will be offering artist residencies starting in Summer 2017. See all the details and help support the project at