- $60 for one admission to a two-hour paper-making workshop with paper artist and sculptor Carol Cole
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at a private Spring Garden location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 8 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
The broader culture has all but forgotten the age-old art of making paper by hand, but artist Carol Cole has not. During this two-hour workshop, you will learn to hand-make paper that is not only functional, but also beautiful. Participants will make several sheets apiece, adorning each with colors and collage elements suited to individual taste.
Make Paper From Scratch
All materials are provided as you learn to make your own functional paper, which will be left to dry in the studio before it is mailed to you within a few days.
Be prepared to stay on your feet and get your arms wet up to your elbows during the paper-making process.
Paper Artist and Sculptor
As an artist, Carol Cole has always used her hands, first as a potter and later as a paper-maker. Her art, which includes paper collages and sculptures, has been shown nationally and is in the permanent collections of the Curtis Institute of Music, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.’s Educational Testing Service. A Stanford graduate with a Master’s degree in education from Harvard, when she’s not working on her own creations she teaches the art of paper-making at venues such as the Main Line Art Center and the Delaware Art Museum.