Introduction to Japanese Style Papermaking
June 22nd, 2020 6:30 PM
- Instructor: Michelle Wilson
- Workshop Type: Arts
- Workshop Status: Closed
- Workshop Start: June 22nd, 2020 6:30 PM
- Workshop End: June 23rd, 2020 9:30 PM
- Sessions: 2
In this workshop, students will be introduced to the process of making Japanese paper. Japanese paper, often incorrectly referred to as rice paper, is known for its great strength while appearing delicate and gossamer-thin. In this workshop, students will learn the basics of preparing their own fiber, hand beating, and forming sheets in the traditional nagashizuki method. Students will take home wet sheets to dry at home with instructions.
Materials to Bring: Papermaking is a wet process so please wear clothes and shoes that can get wet.
Workshop Fee (includes $25 materials fee): $155.00
Date & Time: Monday & Tuesday, June 22 & 23, 2020 :: 6:30-9:30pm
Location: 375 Rhode Island St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Note: Please read over the SFCB Registration Policies before signing up for a class
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE 3 DAYS PRIOR TO THE START DATE OF THIS WORKSHOP.
About the Instructor | Michelle Wilson
MICHELLE WILSON is a papermaker, printmaker, book, installation, and social practice artist. Her practice includes frequent collaborations with other artists, in particular her ongoing projects Book Bombs (with Mary Tasillo) and the Rhinoceros Project (with Anne Beck). She has been making paper and books since 2002. Wilson has an MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts, and a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. She has taught classes at Magnolia Editions, the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Print Center, the Kala Art Institute, and currently teaches printmaking at San Jose State University and Stanford University.
Past Student Reviews:
“Michele was a knowledgeable and pleasant teacher. She went to a tremendous amount of effort and spent a great deal of time preparing for, then cleaning up after the class.”
“Generous with her time and materials. Very experienced.”
[What did you like most about the workshop?] “Depth of information.”
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103-5133