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Hand Papermaking is pleased to continue our long tradition of promoting organizations, studios, and institutions that make paper, educate people about handmade paper, or present programming or exhibitions related to handmade paper. If you would like to be included in these LISTINGS, please let us know at

Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA, (215) 887-4882, Classes, workshops, and exhibitions in a variety of media, including papermaking and book arts. Currently information about summer camps can be found at

Amy Richard Studio, Gainesville, FL, Specializing in Japanese-style papermaking and sculptural paper, online classes as well as private instruction/independent study opportunities (currently online only). For more information, email: 

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN, (865) 436-5860, Classes and workshops in a variety of disciplines, including papermaking. Visit

Artists Book House
is a new organization devoted to the Book Arts: writing, reading, printing, bookbinding, papermaking, typography, calligraphy, poetry, fiction, memoir, artist’s books, publishing, comics, zines, and much more. Soon to be located in the Harley Clarke House on Lake Michigan in Evanston, Illinois, Artists Book House is a place where artists, writers, readers, and other thoughtful people can gather to learn and create. Through education, exhibitions, publications, and events, this new organization expands the  community, promotes the literary arts and the crafts of book making, rejoices in the physical form of the book, and embraces an interdisciplinary approach to the book arts. Artists Book House Conversations, a series of video conversations with book artists, illustrators, cartoonists, writers, poets, librarians and book collectors, can be found at

The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada, (403) 762-6100 or (403) 762-6180, The Centre is a learning organization leading in arts, culture, and creativity across dozens of disciplines. Artist residencies in fully equipped print, textile, fiber, and papermaking studios.

Book Paper Thread,, Book Paper Thread offers online workshops to learn basic skills, explore artists books, or discover new paper treatments. Four book and paper instructors join together from across the country to present their expertise online. For spring learning, visit 

Brainbridge Artisan Resource Network,
Brainbridge Island, WA, (206) 842-4475, Community art center with classes and open studios in a variety of art fields, including book arts and printmaking. For all remote learning opportunities and select in-person workshops, visit

John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, NC, (704) 837-2775, Classes in papermaking and other crafts in the mountains of western North Carolina. To find out about workshops and other programs offered by the Folk School, visit

Carriage House Paper. Brooklyn, NY, (718) 599-7857, Short, specialized, intensive workshops; private teaching sessions; artist collaborations; and group programs offered throughout the year at a fully equipped papermaking studio. For info about workshops, visit

Cave Paper, located in Tuscon, AZ, is a handmade paper production studio owned by Zoë Goehring and operating since 1994. Each sheet of Cave Paper is formed and colored by hand. Cave specializes in papers colored with natural dyes such as walnut, indigo, and persimmon. To contact Cave Paper, visit their website at 

Center for Book Arts,
New York, NY, (212) 481-0295, The Center for Book Arts is a contemporary arts organization dedicated to the art of the book through exhibitions, classes, public programming, literary presentations, opportunities for artists and writers, publications, and collections. For information on workshops, visit

Cottage Industry Technology Center, 20 Russet St., SSS Village, Marikina City, Philippines. Workshops, demonstrations, and technical consultancy in a variety of crafts and livelihoods, including hand papermaking and related crafts. Contact or (632) 942-3974.

Dieu Donné Papermill, Brooklyn, (212) 226-0573, Beginning and advanced papermaking classes, open studio sessions and community studio memberships. For information about current class offerings, visit

Fresh Press Paper, at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Our Mission: We want to change the paper supply chain from forest to farm. At Fresh Press, we explore and enact the potential of regional sustainable agricultural fiber waste as paper and paper products. We started Fresh Press because we wanted to make sustainable paper that renourished the environment and could change the industry. Everything we do here, we keep our natural environment and human/wildlife health top of mind. We aren't perfect. No one is, but we are trying. #paperwithpurpose

Halden Bookworks, Tistedal, Norway,, is a center for book arts, run by Radha Pandey & Johan Solberg, that houses a letterpress print shop, a bookbinding studio, and a papermaking studio. Our mission is to further cultivate the field of book arts in Norway and internationally by offering studio space, hosting work-shops and events, and conducting research within the field. 

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME, (207) 348-2306, Haystack offers workshops in various disciplines, including papermaking and book arts. For more information about upcoming programs, visit

Helen Hiebert Paper Studio, Red Cliff, CO, Helen holds regular papermaking workshops at her studio in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, online, and around the world. For remote learning opportunities, visit  

Hook Pottery Paper, LaPorte, IN, (219) 362-9478,, Hook Pottery Paper consists of a clay studio; a combined book, paper, and print studio; and a gallery shop. For information on residencies, workshops, and experiences at Hook Pottery Paper, visit

Jane Ingram Allen Studio, Santa Rosa, CA, (857) 234-2432, For more information on papermaking workshops, individual consulting, and private use of her papermaking studio, visit

InterOcean Studios, at, is the creative intersection of paper, book, and letterpress located in Englewood/Denver Colorado. Our studio offers exciting ways to engage with the book and paper arts through workshops, residencies, exhibitions and community events. Read more about our ongoing programs and rich papermaking past at To contact the Studio, or to begin receiving our newsletter, visit

Kalamazoo Book Arts Center, Kalamazoo, MI, (269) 373-4938,, The Center offers classes in book printing and binding, printmaking, hand papermaking, and creative writing. For information on workshops, visit

Karen Hanmer Book Arts, Glenview, IL, A private studio in suburban Chicago offering workshops and instruction to working practitioners and dedicated hobbyists, focusing on a solid foundation in traditional bookbinding skills. For more information on online workshops, visit

Maiwa School of Textiles, Vancouver, British Columbia, (604) 669-3939, Maiwa School of Textiles offers an international roster of instructors. Learn from some of the most skilled hands working in textiles, dyeing, weaving, and more. For a list of upcoming workshops, visit  

Massachusetts School of Art and Design, Boston, MA, (617) 879-7200, MassArt’s Professional and Continuing Education offers courses and workshops in fine art and design including book arts and printing, professional design certificates, summer immersive programming, and more. For more information about summer classes & workshops, visit:

Minah Song Art Services, Arlington, VA, (646) 352-3828, Paper conservation studio in the Washington DC metro area that also offers workshops. For more information, visit

Minnesota Center for Book Arts,
Minneapolis, MN, (612) 215-2520, A visual arts center that celebrates the art of the book, from letterpress printing to hand papermaking. The Center offers youth and adult classes, exhibitions, artist residencies, studio memberships, and more. For information on upcoming workshops in papermaking and paper marbling, visit

Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation, Cleveland, OH, (216) 361-9255, The Morgan Conservatory Open Studio program provides artists and students access to studio space and equipment; gives them an opportunity to create art in areas of papermaking, letterpress printing, and bookbinding; and presents regular workshops in papermaking, printing, book arts, and mixed technique. For information about upcoming workshops, visit 

Ox-Bow School of Art & Artists’ Residency, Saugatuck, MI,, Through its affiliation with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Ox-Bow offers a wide range of opportunities for artists at all stages. For more information, visit

Paper Rain Studio, Santa Fe, NM. 505.692-3474. Jacqueline Mallegni,, Jacqueline offers online interactive papermaking and fiber art workshops via Zoom. Visit the website for details, registration, and art news. 

Papermakers of Victoria, at Box Hill Community Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Victoria, Australia, ph. 9885 2479, Papermaking studio offering workshops, exhibitions, and studio access. For more information, visit

The Papertrail, New Dundee, Ontario, Canada, (800) 421-6826, Workshops taught in English or French in papermaking, marbling, related arts, and studio rental scheduled on an as-needed basis.

PaperWorks, Tucson, AZ, This Sonoran Collective for Paper and Book Artists provides educational and creative opportunities through workshops, programs, collaborative groups, community exhibitions by PaperWorks members, and scholarships for students studying paper arts.

PapierWespe (PaperWasp), Klimschgasse 2/1, Vienna, Austria, (0676) 77-33-153, office, Workshops in English and German taught by paper specialists in downtown Vienna. For information about upcoming workshops at PapierWespe, visit

Penland School of Craft, Penland, NC, (828) 765-2359,, is an international center for craft education, offering a full program of workshops, including printmaking, papermaking and paper and arts. For workshops and remote learning opportunities, visit

Pulp & Deckle, Portland, OR, is a papermaking studio that focuses on sharing the art, craft, history and science of paper as a creative medium and offers workshops, demos, lectures, custom collaborations and an artist residency program. Visit for more info.

Pyramid Atlantic, Hyattsville, MD, (301) 608-9101,, offers workshops in papermaking, printmaking, and book arts as well as residencies, apprenticeships, and internships. For more information on upcoming workshops, visit

Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, Atlanta, GA, (404) 894-5726, An internationally renowned resource on the history of paper and paper technology, the museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, increase and disseminate knowledge about papermaking—past, present, and future. For a list of upcoming programs, visit

San Diego Book Arts, 8680 Washington Ave., La Mesa, CA 91942, The mission of San Diego Book Arts is to serve as an educational and creative resource for the community and to ad-vance the book as a vital contemporary art form. For information on up-coming workshops, visit

San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA, (415) 565-0545, Book arts classes, workshops, events, and exhibitions year-round. For information on upcoming workshops, both virtual and in-person, visit

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology,
Otis, OR, (541) 994-5485. The Sitka Center offers workshops, residencies, and community events at its facility near Cascade Head and the Salmon River estuary in Oregon. For workshop information, visit For info on residencies: residencies. 

Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, Williamsburg, MA, (413) 268-3101. Workshops at Snow Farm span eight subject areas, including printmaking and paper/book arts. For more information on workshops, visit

The Soapbox: Community Print Shop & Zine Library, Philadelphia, PA,,, offers studio space, a zine library, and other resources for anyone interested in print-, book-, and zine-making. For remote learning opportunities, visit

The Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA, (412) 261-7003, Classes in fiber, book art, and other media in Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District. For workshop information, visit, and for a list of upcoming events, visit

Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX, (210) 224-1848, Classes at the Picante Paper Studio. Individual papermaking classes can be scheduled for one person or a group. Studio time, consultation, and instruction available. For more information on upcoming classes, visit

Textile Art Center, New York City, New York, NYC–based resource center for textile art which offers classes, workshops, open studio rentals, and events. For remote learning opportunities, visit 

Welle Book Art Studio, at the College of St. Benedict, in St. Joseph, Minnesota, The Welle Book Arts Studio provides an engaging and inspiring hands-on learning environment in editing, publishing, art, history, and English courses at the College of Saint Benedict—particularly those courses that serve the College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University's Book Arts Minor. The studio houses vintage and contemporary papermaking, letterpress printing (using metal, wood, and polymer blocks and type), and book binding equipment.

Wells Book Arts Center, Aurora, NY, The Wells Book Arts Center Institute offers close-knit, intensive workshops in papermaking, marbling, book making, letterpress, risograph printing, and more in our lakeside studios. For more information, visit

West Dean College, Chichester, West Sussex, U.K., (0)1243 811301,, West Dean College of Arts and Conservation provides course work and degrees in creative arts and conservation fields, including papermaking, bookbinding, and printmaking. For remote learning opportunities, visit

Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY,  (845) 658-9133,, The Women’s Studio Workshop has been a professional artist studio dedicated to the creation of community, opportunity, empowerment, and development for all women, trans, and gender fluid artists, with studio spaces including papermaking and book arts. For a list of upcoming artist opportunities, visit the WSW website at