Artist Residency at Halden Bookworks
Application due November 15. Learn more here.
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Want to organize a workshop in your area for your bookarts group? Write to me here.
Interested in a Book Arts & Culture Study Tour in India in 2022? Send me a message to be added to the mailing list.
Helen Hiebert interviewed me for her podcast Paper Talk.
Listen to it here.
I was interviewed by Cut The Craft podcast.
Pick a link from the list here.
My work was exhibited at the Bristol Artist Book Fair 2021.
Visit it here
Maiwa School of Textiles, Canada
Water is... exhibition at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
BIMA explores its current artist's book exhibition weekly in a video series titled Artist's Books Unshelved.
There was a panel discussion titled Artists' Books, The Institutional Perspective November 2020.
Stay tuned for the recording.
We have just launched the website for our studio in Norway.
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My essay titled Kagazghari: Persian for Papermaking has been published in Hand Papermaking Magazine's International Connections issue (Vol. 34, No. 2). Subscribe to get your copy here.
My essay titled Traditional Papermaking in India: Then and Now has been published in Papermaker's Tears by The Legacy Press. Buy your copy here.
My collaborative piece with Catherine Nash is on the cover of the latest Hand Papermaking Magazine. Get your copy here.
Watch my lecture on Papermaking in India at FIT, here.
I recently wrote an article about my watermark animation for Guild of Bookworkers Journal, Vol. 46. Read about the issue here.
An article about book arts and some of my work was published in The Hindu. The article is now available online here.
Students at Scripps College interviewed me along with five other artists. Read all about it here.
My interview for This Book Is Now about the process behind Memory of Long Ago can be read here.
Thomas Hill, at The Library Cafe at Vassar, conducted a short interview with me after my lecture there. The podcast is posted on their website.
Noah Purdy of Miscellany News, Vassar College's student newspaper, wrote a wonderful article about my lecture on Islamic world papermaking and its history.