The workshop takes place from October 12, 2021 until November 09, 2021.
Limited number of participants, there is still space for 2 persons.
The course will be online through Google Meet.
Silvia Turbiner will explain in the workshops how to prepare bast fibers like Kozo and how to arrange it over a wire structures or willow structures.
Silvia Turbiner has been experimenting since 1980 with handmade paper from plants and uses it as a medium, the main material of her artwork. She is specialized in making papers of transparency and great strength - even in very thin papers; use of great variety of plants and to process the fibers into high quality papers.
Next online course:
Tuesday ,October 12, 2021
3 pm Argentina Time (ART) / 8 pm CET (Germany)
This online class is designed for individuals who are self motivated to learn Japanese papermaking in a private independent study format, without having to wait for a group event. Detailed lessons and dozens of video demonstrations are made available every few days to allow students to work at their own pace.
Participants can take this class at any time and from any location [with internet access] and learn all of the processes involved in how to make Japanese-style nagashizuki-style paper, including identifying the plant itself, harvesting, steaming, stripping and scraping off the outer bark to gain access to the beautiful inner bast fiber, cooking, hand beating, rinsing/cleaning, mixing neri (formation aid), preparing the vat and finally forming sheets of paper. These steps will be followed with pressing and drying as well as a few extra contemporary creative techniques. Along the way, you will learn a little science about the fiber to have a better understanding of the material.
Lessons and materials are available for several months to provide time to work through it all. Price includes 2 hours of private consultation [by appointment].
E-mail Amy Richard:
Take the opportunity to experience a relaxed, informative session creating your own unique artwork in Blaby, home of artist Joy Norman, Leicestershire. Places are available for between one and six students at a time, so you are welcome to bring a friend, (or five!). Dates and times can be flexible, depending upon your requirements. All materials and resources are provided, but with the option for you to bring additional items if you would like to do so. Also provided are refreshments and homemade cake.
Create a cluster of delicate little paper bowls – you can make several different bowls, choosing from a wide selection of coloured, handmade, textured and patterned papers. You will also be shown how to incorporate decorative items such as lace, threads, and spangles to further enhance your work. The larger paper bowls that you could make are suitable for use as LED tea light holders.
Per person: £60 ($74/67€)
Times: 10 am till 4 pm
Please use the contact form on the website
The first bookbindery and paper art studio in Lima, Peru.
Av. Caminos del Inca 257 , Tienda 348
Santiago de Surco
« Papier de plantes, effets d'eau et de motifs » / "Paper of plants and water marks"
« Fibres à papier, empreintes et marques en reliefs » / "Paper of plants and relief print"
« De la feuille au livre » / "From leaves to book"
« Papier de plantes et teintures végétales » / "Paper of plants and végétable dyes"
« Herbier de Méditerranée » / "Herbarium of Méditerrannée"
« Volume et lumière en dentelles végétales » /"volume and lights in vegetable lacies"
Website for workshops:
Papermaking from abaca, kozo, denim, cotton rug pulp. Pulp painting and other surface design techniques. 3D objects from abaca, recycled paper. Make your own paper for a book and learn bookbinding.
Please contact Ilze Dilane for details.
Cronquist Paper Studio
Phone +371 25 608 690
Dieu Donné offers a variety of unique hands-on educational opportunities for adults and children that can be held on-site in our studio or at off-site locations. Educational programs are adaptable for various age groups and circumstances, including school field trips, professional development, community organizations, and more.
Participants learn about the papermaking process—from the history of papermaking to the role handmade paper plays in the contemporary arts—and experiment with creative techniques to create original works of art. Our tactile programs, taught by working artists and educators, provide access to a rare and venerable artistic medium, and give participants an opportunity to experience a complete cycle of creation, from pulp to final project. Programs range from introductory classes to follow-up workshops in specialized techniques.
Brooklyn Navy Yard
Building 3, Suite 602
63 Flushing Ave, Unit 112
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Phone +1 212-226-0573
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Facultad de Artes- Campus Oriente
more info: email@example.com
teléfonos: 354 5033- 354 52 54 - 354 52 10
Horario de atención: 10.00 a 19.00 hrs
John Gerard offers various courses in papermaking for beginners as well as for advanced work in pulp painting, watermarks,and the use of specific fibers such as flax, kozo or gampi.
Auf dem Essig 3
Tel.:+49 (0)2226 - 2102
Fax: +49 (0)2226 - 913 437
Gail Stiffe firstname.lastname@example.org
Papermakers of Victoria inc.
E-Mail to: email@example.com
The workshop takes place from April 13, 2021 until June 17, 2021.
Visit Jacqueline Mallegni's website for the current workshop program:
Paper Rain Studio
634 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501, US
Further details: web.me.com/jennyweissel/news
Papermaking artists are invited to work with the artist Orna Hatzor or on their own, projects at her home studio located at the northern Negev Desert region in Israel.
The studio is fully equipped with a large press, beater, pulp spray, paper dryer, mesh table for pulp pouring, a variety of moulds and deckles, large vats, a mini electric cotton gin, various fibers, earth pigments and a guest room.
The studio is opened on weekdays Sun-Thurs
Phone: +972 (0) 52 - 8018072
The session includes practice and theory of both techniques, from preparation and build their own tools and all necessary for practice at home . Students will be able to experiment on differents papers from the basic designs until the most sofisticated patterns, drawing according to the nature of the pigment and the medium on which it runs.
In the case of marbled paper needles and combs are used, and the Moravian paper, will be used from the earliest tool (fingers and hands) to embossed stamps.
The Basel Paper Mill makes moulds for papermaking in various sizes. These can be also rented in formats A5 and A4.
For courses, workshops, and business events, you can consider renting their mobile vat.
Basic equipment includes a wooden vat with footstool, stirring rod, press, felts, and drying press (for A5 paper). Additionally you can purchase ready-to-use paper pulp.
Basel Paper Mill
St. Alban-Tal 37
René von Arb
Phone: +41 061 2259098
The City of Bath College
Avon Street, Bath BA1 1UP
Telephone: 01225 328 724 ext 720
International Tel: +44 1225 328 724 or 312 191
In unserer Manufaktur in Mattsee, im Salzburger Seenland, fertigen wir in liebevoller Handarbeit große und kleine Kunstwerke aus Papier. Unserer Rohstoffe erhalten wir direkt aus dem eigenen Garten. Dies ermöglicht uns eine einzigartige Vielfalt an Pflanzenpapieren herstellen zu können. Bei der Verarbeitung achten wir darauf, einen möglichst kleinen ökologischen Fußabdruck zu hinterlassen, in dem wir Ressourcen sparend mit der Natur arbeiten.
Nach einer kurzen Einführung in die Papiergeschichte schöpfen Sie Papiere
im A6, A5 und A4 Format. Es werden z.B. Kräuter, frische Blüten und Blätter je nach Jahreszeit in das Papier eingearbeitet. Sie gestalten sich Ihre persönlichen Blütenpapiere. Im Anschluss besteht die Möglichkeit die im Haus befindliche Papierausstellung zu besichtigen.
(nach Absolvierung des Grundkurses)
Harald & Michaela Metzler
Passauerstraße 13, 5163 Mattsee, AUSTRIA
The Papierwerk Glockenbach Studio is based in Munich / Germany. They offer a fully equipped studio for your Paper-Art-Project. Pouring, casting, spraying, squeezing, throwing, beating.... endless possibilities. The initiators are two artists from Germany, their forearms are always feathered with fibers, and they look forward to providing their knowledge, spirit and materials...
Further information, workshops, events, and impressions please skip over to our homepage.
Annamaria Leiste, Raphael Grotthuss
The workshop takes place from November 06, 2020 until November 28, 2021.
Das Jahresprogramm 2021 ist online:
und birgt neben dem Stammprogramm einmalige Workshops zu traditionellen Themen wie dem Pergamentband oder der Herstellung von Drahtwasserzeichen. Konstruktionen aus Papier, Karton und Pappe stehen beim Schachtelbau und den Innovativen Buchformen im Fokus. Zwei Gastvortragende aus Deutschland vermitteln Schmuck aus Papiergarn und Ebru, während Ikebana trifft Papier die möglichen Gestaltungsfelder beider Prozesse im Zusammenspiel aufzeigt.
The annual program 2021 is online
and contains besides our regular program unique workshops on traditional topics like parchment books or the production of wire watermarks. Constructions made of paper, cardboard and paperboard are the focus of our box making and innovative book forms. Two guest lecturers from Germany will present jewelry made of paper yarn and Ebru, while Ikebana meets paper will show the possible design fields of both processes in their interplay.
Werkstatt für Buch- und PapierkünstlerInnen
Kleistgasse 18/4, Eingang ums Eck
Phone: + 43 650 4300681
Tibet Writes- Dharamshala, India
Margaret Mahan and Drew Matott will be conducting ongoing papermaking,
creative writing and bookmaking workshops with Tibetan Refugees in Dharamshala.
Check back for further details. http://www.peacepaper.net/activities.html
Making Your Own Postcard Story
Private WASHI paper making workshop in old Japanese style house
Learn the unique natural plant sources, the processes of creation and make your special postcards with peaceful and relaxing nature sounds.
Instructor Mika Horie is a paper artist, and photographer. Two years ago, I pioneered to discover the history of wild Ganpi trees for producing Ganpi-shi, called “The king of paper” in Ishikawa, and explore the finest and northernmost point of its natural habitat. I work with spontaneity to capture the aesthetics of entire Japanese everyday lives and cultures by my daily photo-shoots, paper making and photographic printing. In my art studio “mume”, we will share Japanese familiar spaces, and the seasonally changing views of the submontane village.
Price: 5,000 JPY per person Time required: About 2 hours
I run my workshops with a maximum of three participants. Please ask if you are four or a larger family or group. The paper will be dried naturally, and sent after a few days, and will be sent free of
charge in Japan. Additional shipping charges will apply if international shipping is required.
A half or full day workshop is also can be arranged for your travel plan. Please contact me if you have any requests or questions.
With Join Gibby Waitzkin and Nicole Uzzell you can explore making paper from natural fibers, learn to color with natural dyes and learn different techniques on how to create forms. 4 students minimum, 8 maximum
Website for workshops:
174 Sarvisberry Lane, Sw
Floyd, VA 24091
Mobile +1 2025280477
Phone +1 5407456330
The artists Betty Disco and Miriam v.d. Linden of studio de Papiertuin are offering workshops and masterclasses at the paper mill, De Middelste Molen, in Loenen, The Netherlands. They offer a variety of specialized workshops throughout the year.
Paper Mill De Middelste Molen
Kanaal Zuid 497
7371 GL Loenen
Phone: +31 55 505 2911
Please register via Email to:
This Residency is located in a quiet village by the Laugarvatn Lake with a view of the Hekla volcano. It has two studios with shared tools, materials and WiFi.
for more Information see download.
Paper tot paper
Creating paper is fun to do and the result will make you very happy. In my studio at the Lindengracht in Amsterdam I do workshops for one day of papermaking. You first make pulp and practice creating and I show all kinds of examples. Then you go to work yourself and I help you where necessary and answer the questions that undoubtedly arise. At the end of the day you learned a lot about handmade paper and you can take a nice stack home with you.
In my studio we make paper of white and colored paper remnants.
The largest mould and deckle are A4 size.
Such a day is for a minimum and a maximum of two people and lasts from 11.00 to 16.00 o’clock and costs fifty euros per person. Children from eight years old can also participate well. Put together a duo and contact me, then we can arrange a date.
VAN PAPIER NAAR PAPIER
Papier scheppen is fijn om te doen en van het resultaat word je erg blij. In mijn atelier aan de Lindengracht in Amsterdam kun je een dag komen papier scheppen. Je gaat eerst pulp maken en het scheppen oefenen en ik laat allerlei voorbeelden zien. Dan ga je zelf aan de slag en help ik je waar nodig en beantwoord de vragen die ongetwijfeld bij je opkomen. Aan het eind van de dag heb je veel geleerd over handgeschept papier en kun je een aardig stapeltje mee naar huis nemen.
In mijn atelier maken we papier van witte en gekleurde papierresten.
De grootste schepramen zijn van A4 formaat.
Zo’n dag is voor minimaal en maximaal twee personen en duurt van elf tot vier uur en kost vijftig euro per persoon. Ook kinderen vanaf acht jaar kunnen hier goed aan deelnemen. Stel zelf een duo samen en neem contact met mij op, dan kunnen we een datum afspreken.
Traditional Japanese papermaking workshops and courses.
I am currently fixing dates for my new 5 day washi papermaking course to be held at my studio in Japan.
The study will include fibre processing, sheet forming, drying and creative techniques with washi.
I intend to tailor the study to individual needs and include meeting artisans, book binding, prints and dyeing techniques.
Suitable for beginners and more advanced papermaking artists.
Studio location Mino City, Gifu Prefecture Japan
Am Hang 8
+49 (0) 6061-2934
The Banff Centre is a catalyst for creativity, with a transformative
impact on those who attend our programs, conferences and
events. Our alumni create, produce and perform works of art
all over the world, lead our institutions, organizations and
businesses, and play significant roles in our cultural, social,
intellectual and economic well-being, and in the preservation
of our environment.
Website for workshops and programs:
Wendy Tokaryk, Print and Paper Facilitator
Phone +1 4037626402
Under the title FASER, FORM & FARBE, the PAPIEROFFIZIN gathers expert knowledge about paper. Knowledge that you can grab ina variety of workshops!
Local and foreign artists and experts will provide exciting courses on techniques and knowledge from hand paper making to bookbinding techniques and printing.
Small groups, an intensive care and a relaxed, family atmosphere are particularly important to us. We offer courses for beginners and experts.
The PAPIEROFFIZIN can be found in Fürth, Germany. It´s very close to Nuremberg in Bavaria.
See this little video we made
Most classes this year will be custom designed for individual students or groups. Phone or email the studio to plan and design your class.
Some of the options are Papermaking, Box making, Stitching on Paper, Decorative Papers, Book making, and more.
Bring your own project for studio time and technical support. Private classes are available for designing and making your own guest books for weddings and other special events.
1618 Cripps Road
Liberty, Tennessee 37095
Paper Making Workshop:
Initiation to the traditional Japanese frame technique
Inclusion, bicolor, and piercing techniques
First encounter with Kozo and Lokta fibers, to play, discover and make sheets
to touch, sheets for leaving words, laying down ideas, a drawing
to explore like a painting, sheets to hang up, to put in the light...
Information, dates, and reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop takes place from July 24, 2021 until July 25, 2021.
XX Paper Festival in Museum of Papermaking in Poland (Duszniki-Zdrój), Saturday and Sunday, 24,25.07, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The celebration takes place in the courtyard of the Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój (entrance from the Sprzymierzonych st.). In the program of an event i.a.:
- presentation of permanent and temporary exhibitions
- demonstration of creating and decorating paper
- demonstration of making masks from paper
- stalls with local delicacies
The Paper Mill in Duszniki had been erected prior to 1562 and its first recorded owner was Ambrosius Tepper. During the flood in 1601 the paper mill suffered partial destruction. The contemporary owner, Gregor Kretschmer, reconstructed the plant and resumed the production of paper.