Call and Respond is a follow up to the Summer 2021 Oral Histories issue of Hand Papermaking and illustrates the ways in which artists employ oral histories as catalysts for world building and conveying story through craft. In the issue, oral histories whether real, imagined, or recontextualized, serve as the call to which artists respond.
The 2021 Year-End Broadside, featuring a poem by Akua Lezli Hope, paper by Helen Hiebert, and printing by Anna Benjamin, can be yours for a $125 donation to Hand Papermaking.
The Full Sheet Handmade Paper Swap, organized by Genevieve Lapp, is a paper exchange meant to serve as a papermaking resource and source of inspiration for years to come.
Send your Proposals for THE LANGUAGE OF COLOR, Hand Papermaking's 14th Themed Portfolio of Handmade Paper (due October 1, 2021)
Find bargains on more than 50 amazing papermaking- and paper-related items, including: tools, supplies, instructional materials, and more!
A new book by Graham Williams for artists and fine printers who are seeking ability to reliably assess the quality of papers.
Fabric 2 Paper take place on Sunday, October 2, at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center.
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.
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).
Artist Talk & Demo: The Art of Korean Paper Wednesday, August 18 • 4–6pm CT • virtual hosted by Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Win a beautiful batch of handmade or hand-decorated paper by purchasing a Spin at the Handmade Paper Wheel of Fortune! (Every purchase wins!)
Apply Now for Hand Papermaking's Black Writers Fellowship: Reporter and Black Writers Fellowship: Researcher. Proposals are due July 23, 2021.
This Wednesday, June 30, at 8 pm ET, Hand Papermaking will be hosting a FREE Info Session on Zoom for anyone interested in our Black Writers Fellowships program.
‘Papermaking in Place’, is a series of free events on Instagram Live!
Hand Papermaking stands in solidarity with The Movement for Black Lives and all those who are protesting nationwide and across the globe against systemic racism, police brutality, and social injustice that disproportionately impact Black, Indigenous, and communities of color.
Thank you to everyone who attended Between Eye and Light: Washi Tales in Performance, special online Zoom event to celebrate the publication of the Paper in Performance (Summer 2020) issue of Hand Papermaking magazine.