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Towards Inclusive Practice: Japanese Papermaking Workshop

Endi Poskovic, "The Listener" (from Dream Series), 2022. Color woodcut in multiple panels.
Endi Poskovic, The Listener” (from Dream Series), 2022. Hand-carved color woodcut printed from 15 plates in 11 colors on Kozo Awagami, overall dimension: 54 inch high x 150.5 inch. Image courtesy the artist. 

Sunday, November 12, 2023
12:00 – 3:00 pm


In-person Event

Stamps Gallery
201 South Division Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104


Workshop / Seminar
Open to the public
Free of charge

RSVP Required

Stamps Professor Endi Poskovic, Witt Visiting Artist Nicholas Cladis, and students will discuss the communal nature of the Japanese papermaking workshop and demonstrate sheet formation using kozo and mitsumata fibers. Participants will make their own hand-made sheets of paper applying Japanese nagashizuki method Kozo/​mitsumata fibers and tororo-aoi will be provided. This event is held in conjunction with ARTDES 348 Japanese Papermaking and Water-printing Course, Respond/​Resist/​Rethink: A Student Exhibition for Change, and the Arts & Resistance Theme Semester.

Spaces are limited. Registration is required.