Tag Archives: papermaking

From uniform to pulp/ Battlefield to workshop/ Warrior to artist

In the Lobby at Harris Theater last Friday, just before the theater was open for seating for the World Premier of My Lai, a table was set up displaying hand-made paper, some of which had been stencil-printed. It turns out … Continue reading

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What better gift than that

Today is my birthday. JB prepared a lucious meal (sunomono, coho salmon, potatoes, mushrooms– with plenty left over for lunch tomorrow), picked flowers from our garden and put them in a vase that was given to us by IB’s pottery … Continue reading

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Recycling: Washi Tales— transforming

Recycling: Washi Tales opened last night at the Krannert Center in Champaign. It was a transformative theatrical experience, poetic, magical. This drama took the audience on an historical and process-focused journey of what it means to make paper and pushing … Continue reading

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Recycling: Washi Tales

When my son was a senior in college (University of Illinois in Champagne IL) he needed one more credit to graduate and was attracted by a papermaking course. The course was taught by a visiting paper artist, Kyoko Ibe, internationally … Continue reading

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