Call for Interns!
The Morgan Conservatory offers full and part-time internships during our busy and exciting workshop season, June – August. Interns will be involved in every aspect of our organization, including papermaking, tending the garden, working in the gallery, assisting with workshops, and more! Visit our internship page for more information.
The deadline to apply is April 18th.
Due to Popular Demand!
Introduction to Letterpress Printing: Posters on the Sign Presses filled up so quickly that we decided to offer a second date for the workshop. It has a small maximum class of 8 people so if you are interested in taking this, make sure to sign up soon. Click here to register.
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.
Our first opening reception of 2014 will be Saturday April 11 7p-9p for the OH, Letterpress. This exhibition features letterpress artists from across Ohio and the reception is free and open to the public.
Classes & Workshops
We are very excited to announce that The Morgan Conservatory is now a host site for R&F Handmade Paints encaustic workshops. Our first workshop as a result of this partnership is Encaustics and the Sculptural Artist Book which will be taught by Catherine Nash and will teach how encaustics can be used with handmade paper and books.
In addition, we are working on a partnership with Notre Dame College. As a result, you may earn graduate credit for completing any of the Morgan Conservatory workshops. You don’t need to be a NDC student to earn credit, but you will need to pay a credit fee to NDC in addition to the tuition fee that is paid to us.
The full workshop listing is now available. Click here to check it out and register.
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.