In the January 2014 issue of Hand Papermaking Newsletter (#105) read about the so-called "invention" of paper, a traditional papermaking family in Thailand, casting and embellishing paper vessels, life at papermills during wartime, stone paper, studio equipment maintenance, and the work of Chilean papermaker Carolina Larrea. Scan the listings for national and international exhibitions, events, workshops, etc., and begin planning your 2014 paper activities! Subscribers can log in and download this issue, plus recent back issues. Non-subscribers can order single copies.
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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