The exhibition is opened from May 31, 2019 until February 20, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
Please check websites of participating venues below.
Miscellaneous - throughout Scotland and Newfoundland - see below.
Caithness artist, Joanne B Kaar has been inspired by events reported in the John O’Groat Journal 100 years ago, when daring aviators, Harry G Hawker and Commander K Mackenzie Grieve, left St. John’s Newfoundland, attempting to cross the Atlantic non-stop.
Engine problems resulted in them ditching in the Atlantic. Rescued, they were brought to Scrabster, Caithness, in the north of Scotland, where a crowd had gathered to welcome them. They were later decorated with the Cross of the Royal Air Force.
In celebration of these aviators and the warm reception they received, we are connecting with Newfoundland again! For news and updates of paper aeroplane exchange events organised near you during 2019, visit the website of participating organisations:
Strathnaver Museum - North Scotland
Admiralty House Communications Museum - Newfoundland
Castletown Heritage Society - North Scotland
Old Cottage Hospital Heritage and Community Centre - Newfoundland
Trinity Historical Society - Newfoundland
Wick Heritage Museum - North Scotland
The Grand Finale - in Feb 2020 all paper planes sent to Newfoundland from Scotland will be exhibited at the Craft Council Newfoundland and Labrador gallery in St. John’s.
Here in Scotland, all paper planes received will be displayed in Nucleus the Nuclear and Caithness archive before being accessioned into the archive.
The exhibition is opened from October 10, 2019 until February 07, 2020.
Gerda Ritzmann and other Artists
Opening: October 10, 2019 - 6 pm
The exhibition is opened daily, 24 hours.
Riva Caccia 1b
Piano terra Central Park
24 artists are looking for fragments full of energy from which it is possible to start again, build, reassamble, discard to create the new.
The exhibition is opened from September 12, 2019 until December 31, 2019.
Tuesday to Saturday 10.30 am - 12.30 pm and 2 pm - 6 pm
The first Sunday of each month 2 pm - 6 pm
Wood museum and marquetry
Musée du bois et de la marqueterie - centre d'Art Contemporain
13 Rue Jean Moulin
Two exhibitions, two perspectives where plastic research is based on the know-how of ancestral crafts such as mosaics or papermaking, which will lead visitors to the museum to discover two female artistic worlds. Nathalie Chaulaic, mosaic and Aided Bernard, paper artist.
Paper artist, Aïdée Bernard experiments with the transformation of plants into paper fibres. She uses vegetable fibres to create kakemonos, installations, diaphanous sculptures and book objects where paper becomes a means of expression in its own right, fibre-sign, watermark, skin material: 'The paper I create is fed from here, from this land that carries me. It is the result of a metamorphosis of matter and speaks of my relationship to visibility, which I show you.'
The exhibition is opened from October 13, 2019 until December 01, 2019.
Renate Fischer, Ingrid Golz, Eva M. Juras, Renate Martinsdorf-Henrici, Christiane Ruecker, Monika Wellnitz and other Artists
Vernissage: Sunday - October 13, 2019 - 15 pm
Wednesday and Saturday 2 pm - 6 pm
Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
On Sunday, 13 October, at 3 pm, the exhibition Geheimnis Papier/Secret Paper will open at Burgau Castle at Düren. 13 artists from all over Germany will participate the exhibition, whose works explore the limits of paper as a medium and show its versatility in a unique way: Steff Adams, Stephanie Brysch, Judith Cürvers, Hyacinta Hovestadt, Eva Maria Juras, Renate Fischer, Ingrid Golz, Ute Krautkremer, Renate Martinsdorf-Henrici, Christiane Rücker, Silvia Maria Spieß, Traudel Stahl and Monika Wellnitz.
The artists will be present at the vernissage.
The exhibition is opened from July 28, 2019 until November 22, 2019.
Israel: Laura Behar, Hana Altaratz - Hana Dahan - Haya Weissaus - Dafna Yarom - Hedva Klein - Yael Sonnino-Levy - Margo Paran - Naama Aaronson - Sefi Gal - Sara Zilberstein - Racheli Joseph - Rivka Kuznitz - - - International: Eszter Bornemisza (Hungary) - Eva Camacho-Sanchez (USA) - Margit Bu Dominguez (Austria) - Elke Lückener (Germany) - Heike Berl (Germany) - Ilze Dilane (Latvia) - Christian Gut (Switzerland) - Kirsti Grotmol (Norway) - Marilou Glinz (Pilou) (Switzerland) - Petra Grupp (Germany) - Mali Klein (Netherlands) – Miriam Londoño (Colombia) - Marie Schirrmacher Meitz (Germany) - Magda Sobon (Poland) - Metka-Marjeta Pepelnak (Slovenia) - Marielle van den Bergh (Netherlands) - Lilo Schär (Switzerland) - Minnamarina Tammi (Finland) - Irene Rammensee (Germany) - Aliza Thomas (Netherlands) - Helene Tschacher (Germany) - Renate Schweizer (Germany) - Miroslawa Truchta-Nowicka (Poland) - Josephine Tabbert (Germany) - Fides Linien (Germany)
Opening Reception: July 28, 2019
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10 am – 4 pm
Wednesday 12 am – 7 pm
Friday 10 am – 1 pm
Saturday 11 am – 2 pm
Negev Artist's House
55 Ha'Avot St.
Be’er-Sheva Old City
Mr. Yair Nagid, Head of Culture Department
Mrs. Laura Behar, Curator
Website of the Artist House:
Phone: +972 86 27 38 28
The exhibition is opened from September 10, 2019 until November 10, 2019.
Ankon Mitra - Aliza Thomas - Alejandra Mitrani - Alexandra Deutsch - Anna Rofka - Annita Smit - Anita Brendgens - Ângela Barbour - Artist unit-nagi - Aïdée Bernard - Barbara Mydlak - Baerbel Moré - Carolina Larrea - Viviane Colautti Ivanova - Christiane Gaebert - Dominique Rousseau - Daniela Todorova - Eliana Anghinah - Emily Duong - Eva Vargo - Emel Samioglu - Ewa Latkowska-Ż - Eszter Bornemisza - Elly Prestegard - Erika Zutere - Fides Linien - Frédérique Gourdon - Florence Pinson-Ynden - Gail Stiffe - Greetje van den Akker - Helene Tschacher - Helen O'Connor - Hyun Young Lee - Heike Schaefer - Hyacinta Hovestadt - Hülya İz Bölükoğlu - Heather Matthew - He Yingsi - Irene Rammensee - Isabel Barbuzza - Inci Kansu - Ismet Tatar - Imke Beek-van der Meer - Inbu Pyo - Janice Alison Edwards - Jytte Rasmussen - Joachim Tschacher - Jules Findley - Josephine Tabbert - Kathrin Biffi - Kathrin Messerschmidt - Kathrin Hubl - Kathy Guest - Krautkremer Ute - Karen Stone - Kirsti Grotmol - Leuthardt Margareta - Laura Behar - Lorraine Bubar - Laura Post - Marjorie Tomchuk - Lenie Voortman - Minnamarina Tammi - Marie-Claire Meier - Michel Gautier - Mali Klein - Marilou Pilou Glinz - Miriam Londoño - Meghan Fleming - Metka Pepelnak - Margit Bu-Dominguez - Michaela Schwarzmann - Maritza Granados-Manjarrés - Nane Wenhammar - Nancy Geren - Nicole Donnelly - Nami Onishi - Olivier Michel - Oksana Bergen - Park Eunsoo - Petra Poolen - Pat Hodson - Paula-Jiun No - Ruth Cohn - Rebecca Kuznietz - Ruth Moro - Riny Smits - Rie Hachiyanagi - Renate Habinger - Silvia Beltrami - Siegrid Müller-Holtz - Wilhelm Schramm - Susanna Cianfarini - Susan Kristoferson - Senol Tatli - Renate Schweizer - Schirrmacher-Meitz Marie - Sefi Gal - Susan Cutts - Topaloglu Canan - Tirtsa Valentine - Tomasz Frasonski - Viviane Fontaine - Vibeke Fuglsang-Damgaard - Verena Friedrich - Therese Weber - Yun Gee Bradley - Yasuhiro Kasugai - Yael Barlev
Museum opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9 am - 4.30 pm
Opening reception: September 10, 2019 at 10 am - 11 am
Exhibition tour: September 10, 2019 at 11 am - 12 am
Seminar: September 10, 2019 at 1 pm - 4.30 pm
Fengxian Museum Shanghai
No. 333 Hupan Road
The exhibition is opened from October 11, 2019 until November 05, 2019.
Tuesday 9.30 am - 1 pm
Sunday 10 am - noon and from 3 pm to 5 pm
Le Coin d'Art
23 grand rue
'There are words that have always attracted me…. difference, between, crack.
They have in them, a strength, a dimension where I feel good. This is how I see my work – in an intermediate position. On the edge of borders, on the edge of categories, working with a great freedom in two or three dimensions. The paths I explore, are numerous and meet in alternating games – between the plan and the volume, the transparency and the opacity, the unity and the repetition.'
The exhibition is opened from September 17, 2019 until November 03, 2019.
See website https://madrid2019.wta-online.org
The Cultural program will be held in the week of September 17 to September 22, 2019.
Centro de Arte Complutense (C arte C) UCM
Jardín Botánico Alfonso XIII UCM
Museo del Traje
Museo de América
Centro Cultural Galileo (Guest artists)
The 8th International Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art WTA Sustainable city puts the focus on those artists who choose to express themselves through fibers and wefts, resignifying with their work the very concept of “textile art”, to limit it and make it explode in its multiple connotations of meaning.
Crossing borders and combining disciplines, the participating artists of the 8th International Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art WTA, start from the fibers to merge with new technologies and venture into different lines of research, hybridizing searches and questioning categories, but keeping the textile as an integrating concept. Using as main theme the concept “Sustainable City”.
The workshops and conferences will take place on September 18, 19 and 20 in different spaces of the Jardín Botánico Alfonso XIII of the UCM and Casa Do Brasil. Attendance is up to full capacity. To register you must pay the fee of the workshop through Pay pal or credit card through the purchase button on the website.
The exhibition is opened from October 11, 2019 until November 02, 2019.
Eva Maria Juras and Wolfgang Adam Schulz
Vernissage: Friday - October 11, 2019 - 6 pm
Friday 6 pm - 8 pm
Saturday 11 am - 1 pm
Visit the exhibition by appointment, please email to
GALERIE artforum SALZBURG
Zufall + Absicht / Coincidence and Intention:
IAPMA Member Eva Maria Juras exhibits paper artworks, Wolfgang Adam Schulz exhibits artworks on canvas.
Guided tours through the exhibition:
Friday - October 11, 2019 - 6 - 8 pm
Saturday, October 12, 2019 - 11 am - 1 pm
The exhibition is opened from September 17, 2019 until October 31, 2019.
Tuesday 9 am - 12.30 pm
Wednesday 9 am - 12.30 pm/13.30 pm - 6 pm
Thursday 2 pm - 6 pm
Friday 2 pm - 6 pm
Saturday 9 am - 12.30 pm/13.30 pm - 6 pm
Médiathèque de Nègrepelisse
200, rue de la piscine
The exhibition was designed and produced by Aïdée Bernard. It is the result of the author's personal artistic approach and conception: Plastic artist, Aïdée Bernard creates art costumes with vegetable fibres carried, diaphanous sculptures and book objects where paper becomes a separate mode of expression whole, fiber-sign, watermark, skin material. All the celluloses obtained to make her works are extracted from plants.
Phone +33 563 642555
The exhibition is opened from October 05, 2019 until October 31, 2019.
Opened - all the three houses* 9 am - 4 pm
Closed - all the three houses* - Tuesdays,Year end and New Year (December 28 - January 04)
Udatsu Paper & Craft Museum
*Occasional exhibitions are held on the second floor.
Phone +81 778-43-7800
The exhibition is opened from September 14, 2019 until October 31, 2019.
Joanne B Kaar
Visit exhibition venue website for details:
National Trust for Scotland Inverewe Gardens
Sawyer Art Gallery
Joanne B Kaar is one of 6 invited artists working in different media who have been collaborating periodically throughout 2019 to create a joint response to the environment, history and community of Inverewe Gardens, each focusing on a different broad, intertwining theme.
Joanne B Kaar - Mail Bag.
Weaving together facts, fiction & folklore about the local postal system and the beginnings of Inverewe Gardens, my research based artwork has a strong sense of place.
The postmen from the mailboat on its way from Stornoway to Poolewe purchased a fair wind of three knots from a wise woman in Stornoway. Against advice, they untied the third knot as they approached Inverewe. A storm blew up, they were dashed ashore and it blew all of the thatch off the houses in the area. Now, that mail bag was lost and it contained correspondence, packets of black earth from afar, and many of the seeds and plants ordered by Osgood H Mackenzie for his new walled garden. Found, months later, seedlings had started to grow out of it and letters were blown to the wind. Some of the letters were retrieved, but many have never been found................until now.
Envelopes: Hand tinted drypoint etching, mixed media franked in Thurso Postal Depot. Mail bag: Paper potato sacks and mixed media
Mail art :
In response to an international call out by Joanne B Kaar. On the writing desk in the smoking room at Inverewe House Museum, you’ll find correspondence sent to Osgood and his daughter Mairi made in response to my artwork ‘Mail Bag’ inspired by the facts fiction and folkore of the postal system in the area and the beginnings of Inverewe Gardens over 150 years ago by Osgood H. Mackenzie.
Made by the 6 artists in the invited residency collaboration, local schools and members of The International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists, mail art continues to arrive for you to enjoy and is put on display in Inverewe House museum as it is delivered. You‘ll also find my residency notebook next to the correspondence for you to write comments in. I hope to accession this mail art correspondence into the Highland Archives in Inverness when the exhibition closes.
The exhibition is opened from January 30, 2019 until October 31, 2019.
Meda Rives Smith, Veda Rives Aukerman, and other Artists
The exhibition is opened daily, 24 hours.
Arrivals Lobby of Concourse E - Located at the top of the escalator from the train between concourses
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
The Book As Art: Flight Edition is a compilation of award winning works and invited pieces assembled from a critically acclaimed artist book exhibition established by the Decatur Arts Alliance in 2013. Entries for these juried exhibitions from 2013 - 2017 hail from across the United States and around the world, and from emerging artists as well as recognized masters in the genre. The Book As Art: Flight Edition is pleased to present these examples from the finest in the field.
The exhibition is opened from June 10, 2019 until October 27, 2019.
Katinka van Haren and other Artists
Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm
7311 CL Apeldoorn
Hoek Vosselmanstraat / Roggestraat
Every two years, the CODA Museum is dedicated to the very latest things made in the world of paper art and design during the exhibition CODA Paper Art. The 2019 edition will show recent artworks by 39 artists and designers from five continents. From enigmatic space-filling worlds to refined jewellery, from cardboard animations to life-size paper cutting art.
10th of Jun special opening sign up:
The exhibition is opened from September 28, 2019 until October 27, 2019.
Anne Vilsboell, Emilie Lundstroem with guest Tanja Kirst
Tuesday - Sunday 1 pm - 5pm
Monday - Closed
Artist Talk on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 2 pm - 4 pm
HUSET I Asnæs
What can the transformation of plants do? What can the sun do?
Common to the practice of the exhibiting artists is their preoccupation with making the invisible, visible, physical and tangible. They explore what a material can do by directing their creative energy into the origin of things in order to reach new realizations through the process itself.
Artist Talk on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 2 pm - 4 pm with Anne Vilsbøll and Emilie Lundstrøm. The two artists will talk about their artistic materials and work processes.
See download below and