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.
Please note – this technique involves a lot of water, and students will get wet. Please wear shoes and clothing that can get wet. Participants should also bring a roll of paper towels to carry this wet sheets home on.
Only 5-6 participants, will fill up fast!
Sunday, July 17, 10-4pm
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