Category: Teaching

Plant to Paper, Paper to Book

This workshop is filling FAST! Only 5 more spaces are left. I’m teaching a two-day workshop at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, in partnership with The Soapbox. Friday July 15th, 5pm – 8pm Saturday…

On the Horizon at paperTHINKtank

It’s been a busy winter season in the studio, and last week’s Japanese papermaking with Philadelphia KOZO was a blast! But what’s on the horizon? March’s workshop is already upon us — March 6 –,…

Kozo & Milkweed Harvest is CANCELLED

I’m really sad to share news that the location where I have been tending a grove of paper mulberry plants for the last three years is now under heavy construction for the I-95 expansion project….

Last Workshops of the 2015 Season

Even though it’s unseasonably warm for November (a whopping 77 degrees today!), we are indeed in late Autumn, and paperTHINKtank only has couple of workshops left in 2015. I am super excited for these final…

The Kozo process begins again!

After harvesting the paper mulberry branches, we go through a process of steaming them to release the outer bark (bast fiber) from the woody core. Tree branches in a kitchen never looks better than this…

Welcoming Our New Intern

Tori Lattanzi is a senior at Moore College of Art + Design and an enthusiastic new papermaker. She’s joining me in the studio this winter and spring to help with the annual KOZO HARVEST and…