Revive and Renew: Contemporary Artists & Eastern Papers!
This ground-breaking exhibition features 13 North American artists, showcasing the use of handmade Eastern papers and their allied fibers as versatile artistic materials. It is on display through September 30th. Click here for more information and for the link to purchase the 33 page full color catalog.
Second Opportunity to take Pure Hanji with Aimee Lee
Just as we did earlier this year with Wendy Partridge’s workshop, popular demand has lead to a second offering of a 2014 workshop! Aimee Lee will be teaching Pure Hanji: Korean Papermaking not once, but twice. The second offering has just been added to our calendar for August 30-31. To learn more and register click here. Space is limited and registration is required.
The fine-art gallery at the Morgan stands as a backdrop for the versatility of paper, book, and print. It boasts over 1,500 sq. ft. of gallery wall space within the repurposed industrial building. The gallery has presented local, national, and international exhibitions.
Classes & Workshops
It’s that time of year. Our very last workshop of the 2014 summer season is just around the corner. Gabrielle Fox
will be teaching Full Leather Over an Exposed Spine September 13-14. If you are an artist or craftsperson with some bookbinding experience that has been waiting for the Morgan to offer a more advanced workshop, this is what you have been waiting for!
Click here for more information and registration.
The Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation is an Ohio non-profit art center dedicated to the preservation of handmade papermaking and the art of the book. Morgan Conservatory will pursue its educational and charitable purposes by serving the greater community locally, nationally, and internationally with sustainable practices in an innovative green environment.