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This workshop will introduce the novice to the fundamentals of making hand-made paper, hand marbled paper and hand made paste papers. Participants will learn how to make paper pulp using recycled paper and paper pulp sheets, how to form the sheet using a deckle and mold, and how to make poured paper sculptured sheets with additions. Instruction will also be given in the fundamentals of formal marbled paper patterns, suminagashi marbling, and making Simple Starch Paste for making paste papers. Participants should be prepared to bring an apron and notebook for taking notes. Participants will make approximately 25 sheets of paper to take home along with their course note handout.
This workshop combines the original posting for the Making Handmade Papers workshop on March 26 and the Making Marbled Paper & Paste Papers workshop on April 8.
This workshop is part of a new Book Arts Workshop series hosted by St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Deep River, ON, from March - May 2017. The all day workshops will take place in the Church Hall which is accessible by elevator. Participants are asked to bring a sack lunch to be eaten in the workshop space.
Participants will learn the fundamental techniques in each of the areas offered and will complete at least one finished project per work shop. Instruction will be provided in group and one-on-one. Participants willtake home their completed work and course work-book. Each workshop has a maximum of 20 students and pre-registration is required, so sign-up early.
The Registration Ticket price includes the $50 workshop fee + $20 materials fee + Eventbrite processing fee.
The instructor reserves the right to cancel the workshop if enough registrations are not received.
All current registrations for the original workshops will be honored for this workshop. If you have questions, email the workshop organizer, email@example.com.