In Volume 34, Number 1, Hand Papermaking examines and celebrates the “we.” Collaboration is a core aspect of our medium, our practitioners, and our output. At its essence, papermaking is a […]
In Volume 33, Number 2, Hand Papermaking examines handpapermaking — the history, the craft, and art made in the medium — with a feminist lens. Today there is an unprecedented and widespread […]
In Volume 33, Number 1, Hand Papermaking focuses on water: its central role in our process, the notion of “flow” in art produced in our aqueous medium, and the ways […]
Volume 32, Number 2 of Hand Papermaking explores the evidentiary nature of paper, as well as its capacity to conceal secrets, and what a forensic analysis of paper can tell us […]
There’s still time to see paper artist Kyoko Ibe’s work at the Stockton University Art Galleries. Her exhibition “once upon a time…” runs through November 18, culminating in a series […]
Hand Papermaking relies on DONATIONS from supporters like you to continue its work to advance traditional and contemporary ideas in the art of making paper by hand. And so […]
In celebration of our outgoing executive director, we hope you enjoy this video tribute to Tom Bannister.
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.
Volume 32, Number 1 marks Hand Papermaking’s commitment to printing the magazine in full color going forward! In this issue, we look at the use of paper as cloth and fabric. […]
In 2016 Hand Papermaking celebrated its 30th anniversary. Throughout the year, 15 collaborations were underway in studios worldwide. Established paper artists who were active in the field around the time Hand Papermaking was founded were invited to team up with emerging paper artists (generally 30 and younger) who were born around the time Hand Papermaking was founded. These 30 individuals…
At Hand Papermaking, we celebrate the creative heroes — the papermakers and paper artists, scholars, and makers — whose heroic expressive efforts keep Hand Papermaking and our collective creative culture going strong through […]