Four Saturdays – April 14, 21, 28, & May 5, 2018 (12:00 Noon-4:30 PM)
UVa Education Benefit Eligible*
This four-week course focuses on the craft of creating handmade sheets of paper.
We’ll start with a relatively simple cotton or cotton/abaca paper, then Mitsumata or another Asian fiber, then conclude with something weird and experimental.
The course will be held at UVA’s Ruffin Hall Paper Making Studio.
This is an excellent opportunity for those new to the craft to receive “hands-on” instruction.
In addition, workshop time will be offered to those experienced in molding/casting paper.
Participants can expect to receive 10-20 sheets each.
Schedule: Four Saturdays – April 14, 21, 28, & May 5, 2018 (12:00 Noon-4:30 PM)
Instructor: Cameron Mankin
Location: UVa’s Ruffin Hall Paper Making Studio
Course Fee – Instruction & Paper Making: $250 members/$300 nonmembers (all fees include materials)
Workshop fee for experienced papermakers: $140 members/160 non-members
*UVa Education Benefit Eligible, non-degree certification class #041418 (must use nonmember price).
To be added to the registration list, contact Kevin McFadden: [email protected]
To register send your payment (by check made out to VFH) to:
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
145 Ednam Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903-4629
(Please note “VABC Papermaking” on the remarks line, include your email information if this is your first class at VABC)
For additional course information contact: Garrett Queen: [email protected]