The July 2013 issue of Hand Papermaking Newsletter (#103) contains
articles from our regular columnists; plus timely listings for national and
international exhibitions, lectures, workshops, etc. In this issue: a project at
the papermaking museum in Steyrermuhl, Austria; working with developmentally
disabled adults; a take on the "paperless society"; the virtues of being a
beginner; a papermakers' spring in Wisconsin; the work of Jacki Parry; and more.
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The digital version of Hand Papermaking Newsletter on view in the paper studio at UW Madison.
Thanks to Jim Escalante.
Hand Papermaking Newsletter is published quarterly as a clearinghouse for subscribers. It includes letters to the editor, short articles from regular columnists, plus timely listings for national and international exhibitions, lectures, workshops, competitions, etc. The newsletter also includes classified and display advertising.
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