IAPMA functions through close networking between its members. Each year one bulletin is published and shipped and six newsletters are emailed per year. The website is updated monthly, providing information about exhibitions, publications, projects and techniques involving handmade paper. Artists and papermakers are featured with their individual ideas and approaches. These communications are essential to keep a worldwide association well informed and to create a spirit of mutual relationship. Members are encouraged to share information by contributing text in English, the official language of IAPMA, to any of our publications. The Association does not assist members in distributing their artworks or art crafts. There is no commercial advertising in its publications.
"Inspired by Paper" and "Papier autark"
"Inspired by Paper" was organized by Helene Tschacher and Eva Juras as a touring exhibition for Europe to celebrate the 30th anniversary of IAPMA.
The Exhibition will be shown starting in April 2016 till September 2018 at several places in Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, North Cyprus, Poland, ...
the catalogue contains 38 post cards with one image of an exhibited paper artwork of each participating paper artists.
Catalogue: sold out
"Papier autark" was organized by Helene Tschacher and Eva Juras as a touring Exhibition for Germany to celebrate the 30th anniversary of IAPMA.
The exhibition was shown in May – September 2016 at the paper mill in Homburg, in October/November, at Schloss Burgau, in January – April 2017 at the Papiertechnische Stiftung München.
The catalogue contains 20 post cards with one image of an exhibited paper artwork of each participating paper artists.
Catalogue: sold out
"Paper Art - 261 International Paper Artists" was published in August 2013 in Germany.
To order the book please contact:
25,00 Euro plus mailing costs from Germany
The IAPMA Bulletin is an annual publication that is created by the members, for members. Our bulletins are professionally designed and printed editions, a tradition since 1986. Each edition contains unique handmade paper and each year the Bulletin focuses on a different theme.
The bulletin includes substantial articles concerning specific papermaking techniques, essays of historical interest, features of contemporary artistic approaches, reports on international developments, interviews and reviews of exhibitions.
The bulletins are produced in limited editions of depending on membership levels and subscriptions.
Since Autumn 2000, newsletters are published on the IAPMA website. Members without Internet access can request a printed copy.