Handmade paper is one of the most versatile surfaces. Strong and resilient, it takes well to printmaking, sewing, drawing and many other processes. In this workshop, we will explore a variety of surface manipulation techniques, from relief printmaking and monotype to embroidery and drawing. Artists will have the opportunity to create imagery by drawing with pencils and thread, printing, and layering the paper to create both flat compositions and accordion books.

Pricing: $202.50 (early registration cost until April 15th); $225 (after early registration discount period is over)

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