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We will hosting an Arts and Crafts fair during the Queen of all Saints Festival. This event is open to all crafters and commercial vendors.
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Paste paper is a process of brushing pigmented wheat/rice paste onto a damp piece of paper to create a pattern for use in collage, cards, or books.
Arts and Crafts Show run in conjunction with the Downtown Farmers Market.
Suminagashi is an intriguing process of floating ink on a tray of water and transfering a ringed wavy pattern to a sheet of paper.
Learn how to make paper from a wide variety of fibers and pulps, from unusual plant fibers to cotton rags.
Learn to make paper from cotton rag, blue jeans, and wheat straw.
Explore throwing on the potter's wheel, hand building, and natural glaze making.
Art studio open house with demonstrations, tours and farm food workshops.
Learn many different ways to make a book. Bookbinding is an age old process.
With little or no experience learn to make paper from cotton rag, abaca, and daylily leaf.
Make watermarks in paper with papermaker and author, Helen Hiebert.
Learn to make stationery and consider surface designs such as marbling, dying and pasting.
Create a walnut dye bath and work with a variety of dyes to dye paper for various projects in the paper studio.
32nd annual juried outdoor art and fine craft festival in Washington Park.
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This event is for those who have some paper making experience.
Fifty plus years of providing family friendly activities and fun in thriving suburban Michigan City on the beautiful southern shores of Lake Michigan all summer long.