Hand Papermaking’s print and online publications chronicle the finest work in the field, while advancing the scholarship and production of handmade paper and paper art.
Hand Papermaking, Inc. is pleased to announce its two inaugural Black Writers Fellows—Cheryl D. Edwards (Black Writers Fellowship: Reporter) and Keren Alfred (Black Writers Fellowship: Researcher).
We are excited to share this short video on the making of See It Now, our 2020 Year-End Broadside, which explores themes of loss, resilience, and transition in handmade paper and print.
Sixteen intriguing works that explore the liminal, undefined, unextreme, marginal, and middling. Essay by portfolio curator Frida Baranek.Portfolio Details