The Art of Making Paper by Hand - Children

The Art of Making Paper by Hand

Papermaking involves creating pulp, which consists of fibers suspended in water and forcing this mixture to drain through a screen, to produce a mat of interwoven fibers. Water is then removed from this mat of fibers using a press. After the sheets of paper have dried, students will sew them into a hand bound book.

We will also explore casting paper where pulp is poured into clay molds and then left to dry. These high relief pieces are dried and then hand colored with pan pastels.

Spring Session 1: Wednesdays, January 9 – February 13, 2019

Skill Level: 4th Grade through High School
Materials Included: Yes
Instructor: Laura Comito
Instructor Bio: Laura Comito

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Included Materials



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  • Sun: 1 pm-4 pm
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