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Paper Fashion Party Photos Online

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 18.08.2014 }

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Participants created printed paper pocket squares from handmade kozo paper that had been transformed into ‘fabric’ using konnyaku paste.


Heather Buechler Blogs About TRANSIT Residency

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 18.08.2014 }

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Heather Buechler writes of her experiences at the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum in Two Rivers, WI.


CBPA 20th Anniversary Celebration to Coincide with Papercuts Opening

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 21.07.2014 }

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The CBPA anniversary and Papercuts opening will be on September 19, 2014.


Paul Catanese Makes Art With Drones in Papermaker’s Garden and Anchor Graphics

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 30.06.2014 }

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The experiments Catanese is conducting with drones are part of his ongoing Visible From Space project.


Book & Paper Recent Grad Jamie Weaver Storytelling Online, Presenting Paper

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 30.06.2014 }

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Weaver will present a paper in Romania at a Fulbright conference and be storytelling based on her thesis project Hard Rain, Hard Wind.


Book & Paper Student Mary Clare Butler Running DIY Papermaking Workshop on Saturday

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 16.06.2014 }

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The workshop will be 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Sulzer Library.


CBPA Facilities Closed for Summer Renovations

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 10.06.2014 }

The 1104 Wabash building is closed until the beginning of the Fall 2014 semester.


Papermakers Garden Wins Friends of Downtown 2013 “Best Public Space” Award

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 9.06.2014 }

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April Sheridan (Studio Technician and Special Projects Coordinator) was in attendance to receive the award.


Faculty Member Michelle Citron Awarded Highest Individual Grant Available from City of Chicago

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 8.05.2014 }

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Michelle Citron’s film Lives: Visible is an elegy for two cultures – the working class butch/fem world of pre-Stonewall America and the film-based snapshot that captured much of 20th Century American life.


Alumna Maggie Puckett Curates Exhibition of Current and Former InterArts Students at Human Thread

{ Posted by BJ Allen on 8.05.2014 }

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Finite Growth is on view at Human Thread in the Bridgeport Art Center until May 9.


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